Eddie Lack

#31 G / Carolina Hurricanes / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 197 lb Age: 28 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Hurricanes' Eddie Lack: Outplayed by Karri Ramo in loss

    Lack made just 20 saves while allowing four goals in Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the Flames. The Hurricanes' penalty kill was their undoing, as they gave up two goals on just three shots while shorthanded. Any momentum Lack had built up with shutouts of the Blackhawks and Maple Leafs in his last four appearances before the All-Star break has now dissipated following a defeat to a Flames team he had beaten less than two weeks ago.

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    Hurricanes' Eddie Lack: Starting Wednesday against Flames

    Lack will get the nod in net on Wednesday against the Flames, Aaron Vickers of NHL.com reports. Lack has won two-in-a-row and three of four, which includes shutouts against the Blackhawks and Maple Leafs. In his last start against the Flames, Lack stopped 33 shots while giving up just two goals in a convincing 5-2 win on Jan. 24. He's 9-9-3 on the season with a 2.68 GAA and a .904 save percentage; however, he's played much better of late and gets a plumb matchup against the inconsistent Flames.

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    Hurricanes' Eddie Lack: Stuns Blackhawks with 26-save shutout

    Lack picked up his second shutout of the season Tuesday against the visiting Blackhawks, stopping all 26 shots in a 5-0 win. Well, that was unexpected. Perhaps the 'Hawks -- typically a formidable opponent -- were tuned out of their final game before the All-Star break, as the Hurricanes jumped all over them while Lack held things down on his end. Both of his shutouts have come in his last four starts, and though he's mixed in a couple duds here and there, all in all the Hurricanes have to be happy with what Lack has given them since Cam Ward went down with a concussion.

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    Hurricanes' Eddie Lack: In crease against Blackhawks on Tuesday

    Lack will start in net Tuesday night with the Blackhawks in town. Lack has been terribly inconsistent over his past five starts. He worked a shutout against the Leafs on Jan. 21, but that was sandwiched by performances against the Penguins and Rangers in which he yielded a total of nine goals. The Swedish goalie has a tough task ahead of him as he'll try to slow a Blackhawks squad that currently owns a plus-30 goal differential and is scoring at a rate of three goals per game in January.

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    Hurricanes' Eddie Lack: Turns aside 33 in win

    Lack stopped 33 of 35 shots in Sunday's win over the Flames. Lack was spotted a 3-0 lead early in this one, and used the support to nab his second win in his last three starts. The 28-year-old has been totally hit or miss since taking over the lead role with Cam Ward dealing with a concussion, as he's allowed three total goals in his last three wins against a combined nine in two losses.

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    Hurricanes' Eddie Lack: In net Sunday

    Lack will protect the net Sunday against the Flames. Lack has been blown up in two of his last three contests, but sandwiched between them is a shutout of the Maple Leafs. He'll look for another strong outing Sunday, but faces a tough challenge against a Calgary club ranking fourth in scoring this month at 3.13 goals per game.

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    Hurricanes' Eddie Lack: Surrenders four in loss Friday

    Lack gave up four goals on 32 shots in a 4-1 home loss to the Rangers on Friday. Less than 24 hours removed from a clutch 32-save shutout over the Maple Leafs, Lack laid an egg in this one, allowing a pair of goals in each of the first two periods. He has just seven wins in 20 appearances this year in addition to dreadful numbers (.896 save percentage, 2.85 GAA), so even if he's seeing the lion's share of the Carolina crease time with Cam Ward (concussion) out, he makes for a risky play most nights. Proceed with caution.

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    Hurricanes' Eddie Lack: Starting Friday against New York

    Lack will be in the crease in Friday's game against the Rangers. Lack was perfect in his last outing, stopping all 32 shots he faced en route to a 1-0 shutout victory over the Maple Leafs on Thursday. He'll look to keep rolling Friday in a tough matchup with a Rangers team averaging 2.83 goals per game this season, sixth in the NHL.

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    Hurricanes' Eddie Lack: Stops all 32, wins in OT

    Lack turned aside all 32 shots the Leafs put on net and finally got a goal of support in overtime to take home a 1-0 win Thursday. With Cam Ward concussed, Lack stepped in as the starter Sunday in Pittsburgh and got throttled for five goals, but he bounced back against admittedly inferior competition in this one. Lack's inconsistency and stretches of outright awful play have left him with hideous numbers so far, but perhaps his first shutout of the season as well as the confidence of being Carolina's No. 1 netminder (for now) will give him a boost. Don't get too excited, but don't dismiss him out of hand -- there's plenty of talent here.

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    Hurricanes' Eddie Lack: Confirmed goalie starter Thursday

    Lack will protect the net Thursday night against the Maple Leafs. Cam Ward is Carolina's No. 1 goalie, but he went on injured reserve Wednesday with a concussion. This affords Lack the chance to improve upon his poor rate stats which include a 2.97 GAA and .891 save percentage through 18 appearances. Given that Toronto averages 31.3 shots on goal per game, seventh most in the NHL, Lack could be in for a busy night.

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