Jonathan Quick came up huge for the Los Angeles Kings Friday night, as he led the team to a 4-1 road win over the Anaheim Ducks. Quick turned away 24 of the Ducks’ total of 25 shots on goal.

It was more than just an ordinary day in the office for Quick. With the win, he has managed to improve his career total victories to 350 — a mark only three other US-born goalies had achieved. He also became only the third goalie still playing today in the NHL to hit the milestone, per NHL Public Relations.

Jonathan Quick joined Marc-Andre Fleury (508) and Carey Price (360) as just the third active goaltender to reach the 350-win mark.

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The 36-year-old Quick is no longer among the elite netminders in the NHL, but he’s still highly regarded and remains as the most dependable Kings goalie this season. He is 14-10-6 this season and owns a 2.55 GAA to go with a .913 SV%.

With Quick’s help — and the loss of the Vegas Golden Knights to the Arizona Coyotes — the Kings have climbed to the second spot in the Pacific Division with 63 points, just two points behind the Calgary Flames.

The Kings will now look to extend their win streak to five games when they return home for a date with the New York Islanders Saturday night.