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  • Writer's pictureDominic Konareski

Jonathan Quick's Career Revival Locks Up New York's Goalie Duo For 2024/25

Jonathan Quick is staying in New York for at least one more season.

On Sunday, the Rangers and Quick agreed to a one-year contract extension with a cap hit of $1.75M. It includes a $775,000 salary, $500,000 signing bonus, a 20-team no-trade clause and a $25,000 performance bonus if he posts a .915 save percentage and reaches 20 starts.

The extension locks up the Blueshirts starting goalies for at least one more season with Igor Shesherkin’s contract being through 2024/25.

Quick came to New York as an already established veteran with multiple championship rings to show his future hall of fame status. Despite the golden status, the last several seasons have been full of inconsistent play with many games of sub .900 save percentages.

The 38-year-old netminder has had himself a revival though in the Big Apple, becoming one of the best backup goalies in recent Rangers history. Frankly I don’t think anyone really expected Quick to have this kind of success.

At the making of this article Jonathan Quick has appeared in 21 games (20 stats), posting a .916 sv% (highest since 207/18) with 2 shutouts to sum up his 13-5-2 record.

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