It hasn't entirely been his fault, however.
Playing behind a sputtering offense, Quick could be in net Saturday night for the Kings when they host a Minnesota Wild team trying to bounce back from its first loss in two weeks.
Quick was instrumental to Los Angeles' brilliant start to 2010-11, compiling a 6-0-1 record with a 1.12 goals-against average and an NHL-best three shutouts through Oct. 27. He hasn't won in six starts since, however, posting a 2.95 GAA while going 0-4-2.
It seems likely Quick, who also lost six consecutive decisions from March 25-April 10, 2010, will be back in goal Saturday despite his skid. He just got a night off Tuesday - a 4-3 win over Nashville - to snap his string of six straight starts for the Kings.
Quick, 6-2-1 with a 2.51 GAA lifetime against Minnesota (8-4-3), was back in net Thursday, stopping 29 shots in a 3-2 loss to Vancouver. Two of the goals he allowed, though, came when the Kings were a man down as they let the opposition have six power plays for a fourth straight game.
Los Angeles (7-6-3) got off to an awful start against the Canucks, falling behind 3-0 in the first period as they were outshot 12-3. Drew Doughty scored in the second period, but the Kings didn't get another goal until Mike Richards knocked in the puck with 1:10 to play with Quick on the bench for an extra attacker.
Offensive woes like that have been an ongoing problem for Los Angeles, which has been held to two goals or fewer in nine of 11 games.
"We should be scoring more, especially myself right on top of the list," said Williams, who had 22 goals last season. "We need to find ways when we're down in games to come back. We need a comeback win, just for our psyche and our confidence to know that we can come back."
It could be tough for the Kings, who went 2-0-2 against Minnesota last season, to get their offense on track if the Wild go with Josh Harding in goal.
Harding has a 0.75 GAA with a shutout in winning his last four starts, but he's backed up Niklas Backstrom in Minnesota's last two games.
Backstrom stopped 41 shots in Tuesday's 3-0 win over Calgary, extending the Wild's winning streak to five games, before turning aside 33 shots in Thursday's 3-1 loss to San Jose. It was Minnesota's first defeat since Oct. 27.
Kyle Brodziak scored Thursday's lone goal for the Wild, who had killed 23 consecutive short-handed situations before allowing two goals in two power plays in the second period.
"They scored two power-play goals, and that was the difference," Backstrom said. "We played OK but I know we can play a lot better. We have to learn from that and move on."
Backstrom was 1-1-1 with a 1.59 GAA and a shutout against the Kings last season.
Minnesota's Devin Setoguchi, who has four goals and four assists, had three goals and an assist in six games against the Kings in 2010-11 with San Jose.
Anze Kopitar, Los Angeles' leader with eight goals, had two goals and four assists against the Wild last season.