Keith Kinkaid

#1 G / New Jersey Devils / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 195 lb Age: 26 College: Union (N.Y.)

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    Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Saves 37, but falls in shootout

    Kinkaid stopped 37 of 39 shots through 65 minutes of play Thursday in Toronto, but allowed the only goal of the shootout to get stuck with a 3-2 loss. He actually came within 126 seconds of a victory, but gave up Tyler Bozak's game-tying tally with just a couple minutes left in regulation. Still, Kinkaid played well in a friendly matchup against the bottom-feeding Leafs; unfortunately, the Devils' recently resuscitated offense wasn't able to do much on other end. He doesn't usually draw many starts behind Cory Schneider, but Kinkaid should see a little more action in the near future, as the Devils play two back-to-back sets next week.

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    Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Drawing rare start Thursday

    Kinkaid will work between the pipes Thursday night against the Maple Leafs, Chris Johnson of Sportsnet reports. Kinkaid is accustomed to a light workload in net as the backup to Cory Schneider, but the Devils figure it's time to dust him off since his last appearance was back on Jan. 12. If you're thinking about rolling with Kinkaid in daily formats Thursday, consider that the Leafs are ranked sixth in the league with 30.9 shots on goal despite a last-place standing in the Atlantic Division.

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    Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Tagged for four in loss to Blues

    Kinkaid was beaten four times on 36 shots in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to St. Louis. Cory Schneider's backup had been doing solid work recently, giving up a total of just five goals in his prior three starts coming in, but his opportunities remain few and far between. This one, on the road against a Blues team that was primed for an offensive breakout, won't help Kinkaid win more starts, but he wasn't going to do that anyway with Schneider taking on a massive workload.

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    Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Starting Tuesday

    Kinkaid will start in the crease Tuesday against the Devils, Tom Gulitti of The Record reprots. Kinkaid will finally get his first chance in net since the turn of the calendar to 2016. While he's been decent in limited chances (2.42 GAA and .0905 save percentage in eight appearances), Cory Schneider remains the team's workhorse and will continue to see most of the starts. Kinkaid may catch a break Tuesday, however, with the Blues slated to be without multiple forwards for the contest.

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    Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Stifles 'Canes again

    Kinkaid stopped 26 of 28 shots to take home a 3-2 win Tuesday against Carolina. The Devils have mostly rolled Kinkaid out in friendly matchups, and the 'Canes fit the bill -- he shut them down in Carolina back on Dec. 3 and was nearly as sharp in this one. Nonetheless, he continues to pick up starts only rarely as the backup to workhorse Cory Schneider.

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    Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Starting in blue paint Tuesday

    Kinkaid will draw a home start Tuesday night versus the Hurricanes, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Kinkaid has been inconsistent as the backup to Cory Schneider this campaign. He coughed up 12 goals in four starts in the first two months, but has let in just four scores in three December contests. On Dec. 3, he picked up a win against the Hurricanes in what was easily his best start of the year. He'll look to fool Carolina yet again Tuesday.

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    Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Takes loss against Ducks

    Kinkaid made 16 saves for the Devils in Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Ducks. He had last gotten a start Dec. 3, although he'd appeared in relief on Dec. 13. Kinkaid is -- at best -- a stop-gap for the Devils and fantasy owners, too.

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    Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Gets sixth start of season

    Kinkaid will be in net on Saturday against Anaheim, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports. Kinkaid has allowed just one goal in each of his last two outings, registering a 1.30 GAA. Used infrequently this season, the 26-year-old has started five games, posting a 2-3-0 record. As long as regular starter Cory Schneider remains healthy, do not expect Kinkaid to see significant time this season.

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    Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Allows a goal in relief

    Kinkaid stopped 11 of 12 shots after entering midway through the second period of Sunday's loss to the Islanders. Kinkaid relieved the ineffective Cory Schneider 7:28 into the middle frame and did his part to keep the Devils in the contest, but his mates were unable to light the lamp en route to a 4-0 loss. Schneider receives the vast majority of the starts though, so while it was a solid performance in relief, it likely won't mean much by way of playing time for the 26-year-old.

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    Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Picks up second win of season Thursday

    Kinkaid turned aside 30 of 31 shots to pick up his second win of the season Thursday against the Hurricanes. The Devils gave Cory Schneider the night off and Kinkaid had easily his best performance of the season. He was particularly good as the game went on considering New Jersey was outshot 23-18 after the first period. These starts won't come too often for Kinkaid, so it's nice to finally see him take advantage of the opportunity.

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