Quick, Penner & Mitchell Signing Autographs On LA's Stanley Cup Off Day (Video)

Quick, Penner & Mitchell Signing Autographs On LA's Stanley Cup Off Day Tuesday was an off day in the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals, with both the Los Angeles Kings and New Jersey Devils electing to practice at the Kings and Lakers shared facility in El Segundo (CA). The Toyota Sports Center (TSC) is located 15 miles southwest of Staples Center and two miles south of Los Angeles International Airport.

After the conclusion of the Kings morning skate, players exited the facility to an awaiting group of loyal and long suffering fans.

Stud goaltender Jonathan Quick was among the very last to leave the complex early Tuesday afternoon. Since most fans had already left the TSC by that point, a smaller group of remaining loyalists had what turned out to be a more intimate encounter with the probable Conn Smythe award winner (NHL playoff MVP). Check out Quick's interaction with fans, as he sat in his black Mercedes-Benz CS, per the below iFolloSports.com original video.


Earlier in the day, left wing Dustin Penner drove out of the gated parking lot equipped with a massive playoff beard and a beautiful Ferrari. The luxury automobile turned out to be a loner, with Penner indicating that his ride was in the shop. Take a look at the below piece of iFolloSports.com original video, showing the 6-4 behemoth getting out of his car to sign autographs for anyone who was interested.


35-year-old defenseman Willie Mitchell left his hometown Vancouver Canucks in 2010, signing a two-year/$3.5 million contract with the Kings. Two years later, he is on the verge of winning the Stanley Cup, after taking out the Canucks in the first round of this season's playoffs. Below is an iFolloSports.com original video clip of Mitchell giving a couple minutes to the LA fans.


Click this link to view iFolloSports.com original video of Devils players Ilya Kovalchuk and David Clarkson, as well as coaches Adam Oates and Larry Robinson, as they signed for fans after the conclusion of New Jersey's Tuesday practice.