The Los Angeles Kings will be without starting goaltender Jonathan Quick over the long term. That’s bad news for a team that has started the season 0-3-0 and who currently sit at the bottom of the Pacific Division. Lisa Dillman, a sports reporter for the Los Angeles Times, tweeted about the injury update on Wednesday morning.
According to Dillman’s grammar-and-spelling-butchered tweet “Recovery and rehab aren’t always predictable but Kings General Manger Dean Lombard said he is expecting Quick to be out ‘about 3 months'” <sic>. “Kings” should probably be possessive, “Manger” should be “Manager”, and “Lombard” should be “Lombardi.” Furthermore, she used single quotes instead of double, something you only do when a quote is within a quote as my quote of her was (see her tweet far below). I guess I’m under pressure to mind my own spelling and grammar now — so here goes.