Jhonas Enroth

#1 G / Los Angeles Kings / EXP: 6YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 165 lb Age: 27 College: None

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      Kings' Jhonas Enroth: Perfect in relief

      Enroth stopped all eight shots he faced in relief of Jonathan Quick in Sunday's loss to the Hurricanes. Quick had an off night, allowing four goals in the opening two periods, so Enroth was in net for the final period and gave his mates a chance to come back, as he held the Hurricanes off the board in the third frame. The Kings have a quick turnaround with another game Monday followed by a contest Wednesday, so Enroth could see a start some point this week.

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      Kings' Jhonas Enroth: Starting Friday against Detroit

      Enroth will be between the pipes in Friday's game against the Red Wings. Enroth has been phenomenal in limited action this season, posting a 3-0-0 record with a ridiculous 0.67 GAA and .979 save percentage with a single shutout in three appearances. On Friday he will take on a Red Wings squad that has averaged just 2.21 goals scored per game this season, tied for fourth worst in the NHL.

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      Kings' Jhonas Enroth: Expected in net Friday

      Enroth was the first goalie off the ice Friday morning, and is expected to be between the pipes for the evening's game against the Red Wings, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports. It appears the Kings will just give Jonathan Quick a day off, and Enroth is expected to get the look in net because of it. Enroth has been spectacular in his three starts this season, posting a 0.67 GAA and .979 save percentage in the contests. Assuming he starts, the netminder will face a Red Wings club that has struggled offensively this season.

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      Kings' Jhonas Enroth: Starting in net Thursday

      Enroth was first off the ice in the Thursday morning skate, and has announced that he will start in goal later that night against the Islanders, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports. The Swede has only made two appearances with the Kings this season, though he came up victorious in those road matchups against the Sharks and more recently, the Blues. With six years worth of NHL experience and a career .911 save percentage, Enroth is a capable backup, but very rarely does he spell No. 1 netminder Jonathan Quick.

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      Kings' Jhonas Enroth: Will start in net Tuesday

      Enroth will get the start in net Tuesday versus the Blues. Enroth has participated in just one game this season, but came out with the victory. He let in just one goal during that matchup and owns a .975 save percentage. He'll draw another tough start in this one against the Blues, who own an 8-2 record and have scored 30 goals on the season.

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      Kings' Jhonas Enroth: Starting Thursday against San Jose

      Enroth will be in the crease in Thursday's game against the Sharks, Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News reports. Thursday will mark Enroth's season debut. He played well this preseason, finishing with a .933 save percentage and a 1.61 GAA in limited action. On Thursday he will take on a Sharks squad that has been average offensively thus far this season, netting a total of 16 goals through their first six games of the season.

    • Strong preseason for Kings' backup

      News: Jhonas Enroth finished with a .933 save percentage and a 1.61 goals against average in parts of three preseason games for the Kings.
      Analysis: Jhonas Enroth split time with Jonathan Quick this preseason but that trend doesn't figure to continue into the regular season with Quick set to see a heavy workload again for the Kings. Enroth's numbers should ultimately improve this year, however, as he'll be playing behind a solid Kings blue line as opposed to the porous defenses of the Sabres and Stars.
    • Kings Sign Enroth

      News: The Kings signed Jhonas Enroth to a one-year deal worth $1.25 million on Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
      Analysis: Jhonas Enroth will take over as the Kings' top backup behind starter Jonathan Quick, in the wake of the team's recent trade of Martin Jones. As long as Quick remains healthy, Enroth isn't likely to see a ton of action, but it's not hard to imagine the Kings -- who failed to qualify for the 2014-15 playoffs -- turning things around this season, a scenario that would give Enroth value in daily formats as a spot starter.
    • Stars' Enroth Will Test Free Agency

      News: Despite having had talks, Stars GM Jim Nill confirmed on Friday that Jhonas Enroth will test free agency.
      Analysis: Jhonas Enroth is one of just a handful of goaltenders who will hit free agency and has been a NHL starter previously. His career numbers are decent, but he had a rough year leading up to free agency, playing 50 games split between the cellar-dwelling Buffalo Sabres and the defensively starved Stars. He finished the year with a .904 save percentage.
    • Stars' Enroth Closes Season With 24-Save Win

      News: Jhonas Enroth stopped 24 of 25 shots in Saturday's win over Nashville.
      Analysis: Jhonas Enroth finished the year strong, winning four straight games and stopping 99 of 104 shots in the process (.952 save percentage). If the Stars re-sign the 26-year-old in the summer, he could be of some decent fantasy value next season. With the way Kari Lehtonen struggled this season, Enroth could potentially steal the starting gig away from the inconsistent veteran. Enroth didn't have the best overall season, but his red-hot finish could be a sign of a good things to come.
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