Jonathan Quick brings Stanley Cup to Hamden

Hundreds of people lined up at Hamden High

Hundreds of people lined up at Hamden High School to take pictures with Jonathan Quick and the Stanley Cup yesterday.

HAMDEN - It was a homecoming for L.A. Kings goalie and Stanley Cup champion Jonathan Quick yesterday.

The former Milford resident was back in Connecticut raising money for a local family.

Hundreds of people lined up at Hamden High School, where Quick once played, to take pictures with Quick and the cup.

Quick was raising money for the family of Jason Pagni, a close friend who died in a car accident earlier this year.   

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