HAMDEN — Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick said he owes a lot of his success to his late youth hockey coach, Jason Pagni. On Sunday, at Hamden High's Joseph Bruno Field, the Stanley Cup champion goaltender tried his best to return the favor.

Less than a month removed from his second championship in three seasons, Quick held a private Stanley Cup viewing fundraiser for Hamden Youth Hockey players and their families. The event raised money for the Gabriella & Madelyn Education Fund, established for Pagni's daughters following his death in a one-car crash in North Haven on Jan. 31.

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