Rumor: Jonathan Quick has signed a new deal.
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Rumor: Jonathan Quick has signed a new deal.

NHL insider reports that veteran goaltender Jonathan Quick has earned himself at least one more NHL contract.

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Veteran National Hockey League goaltender Jonathan Quick took a backup role with the New York Rangers this season, the team he grew up cheering for, and it may prove to be the best decision of his storied NHL career.

Quick has experienced an incredible resurgence with the Rangers this season, putting up the best numbers he has in years with a 2.45 goals against average and a .916 save percentage over 21 appearances for the Rangers on the season. Not only has the move to New York helped Quick re-establish himself as a quality NHL goaltender, but now it seems to have padded his pocket book as well.

Although no official announcement has been made as of yet, former NHL goaltender turned NHL insider Kevin Weekes is now reporting that Quick and the Rangers have decided to extend their relationship with a new contract.

"I'm told Jonathan Quick is signing a contract extension with the New York Rangers, I believe it's one year, but Jonathan Quick is signing a contract extension with... the New York Rangers," said Weekes with confidence.

Update: Bally Sports' Andy Strickland is also reporting a contract extension for Quick, adding that it will come with a slight raise compared to his current deal.

Update: NHL insider Chris Johnston is reporting the full details, 1 year deal at $1.275 million.