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: Allows four goals in loss

      Kinkaid gave up four goals on 26 shots in Friday's loss to the Oilers. Kinkaid rarely sees any action behind workhorse Cory Schneider and this poor outing certainly isn't going to help his cause. In just four appearances this season, Kinkaid is 1-3-0 with a .881 save percentage. He posted a .915 save percentage in 2014-15, so expect him to be a bit better, but don't expect many wins as he just doesn't see the crease enough.

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      Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Will protect net as Friday's starter

      Kinkaid will start between the pipes Friday, facing the Oilers on the road, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports. Kinkaid is not deployed often, as evidenced by the fact that he has only made three starts in 18 games this season. In that limited sample, he's generated a 2.68 GAA and .893 save percentage while serving as the backup to Cory Schneider

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      Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Stops 28 in win

      Kinkaid stopped 28 of 31 shots in Sunday's win over the Canucks. It was Kinkaid's first start in nearly a month, as Corey Schneider has gotten the nod in almost every game, and the 26-year-old was able to grab his first win of the season. He played well his last time out too, allowing just one goal in a losing effort, but he won't be seeing starts with any sort of regularity.

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      Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Starting Sunday

      Kinkaid will be in net Sunday to take on Vancouver, Rich Chere of The Star-Ledger reports. Sunday will be Kinkaid's third start of the season, a result of starter Cory Schneider's consistently great performances and Kinkaid's lackluster start to the season. In Vancouver, Kinkaid takes on a team looking to snap a two-game skid while playing in the second of back-to-back games on the east coast. This could be Kinkaid's chance to get his season moving in the right direction.

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      Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Plays well in spot start for Schneider

      Kinkaid fought admirably starting in place of Cory Schneider Tuesday, making 17 saves on 18 shots in a loss to Nashville. Kinkaid got the nod in place of Schneider, who was absent due to the birth of his son Wyatt early Tuesday morning. Kinkaid didn't see many shots and gave up a relatively soft goal to Roman Josi on the power play, but kept the Devils in the game. It was much better than his performance Saturday against the Capitals, when he allowed four goals on 26 shots. Chances are Kinkaid won't see much work in the coming weeks, as the Devils don't have many back-to-backs and Schneider needs to earn his paycheck.

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      Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Starting against Predators on Tuesday

      Kinkaid will start in goal Tuesday night against the Predators, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports. Kinkaid will hope for better results after yielding four goals on 26 shots to the Capitals this past Saturday.

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      Devils' Keith Kinkaid: Will start Saturday against Capitals

      Kinkaid will get the start in net in Saturday's tilt against Washington, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports. Cory Schneider got the nod for Friday's 3-1 loss to the Jets, so it isn't a huge surprise that the Devils will opt to roll with Kinkaid in the second of back to back contests Saturday. Kinkaid was solid in limited action with New Jersey last season, posting a 6-5-4 record with a 2.59 GAA and .915 save percentage.

    • Allows two in win

      News: Keith Kinkaid stopped 27 of 29 shots in Wednesday's exhibition win over the Flyers.
      Analysis: Keith Kinkaid has played quite well this preseason, so the Devils should be confident in their backup goaltender heading into the 2015-16 campaign. Starter Cory Schneider is once again expected to shoulder a heavy workload this season, which means fantasy players shouldn't expect Kinkaid to get more than 20 starts over the course of the year.
    • Devils Extend Kinkaid

      News: Keith Kinkaid signed a two-year, $1.45 million contract with the Devils on Monday, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
      Analysis: Keith Kinkaid saw infrequent action behind Cory Schneider this season, but generally played well when his number was called. Over 19 appearances, Kinkaid posted a 6-5-4 record, 2.59 GAA, and .915 save percentage. Schneider is locked in as the Devils' No. 1 goalie long-term and will shoulder a heavy workload again in 2015-16, leaving Kinkaid to pick up the scraps. The 25-year-old could at least make for a reliable streaming option when he receives starts against the weaker teams in the league.
    • Kinkaid Allows Four As Devils Lose

      News: Keith Kinkaid was tagged for four goals on 31 shots Thursday in a 4-3 overtime loss at the hands of the Lightning.
      Analysis: That's a couple subpar appearances in a row to close out the season for the Devils' backup netminder, who'll again take a seat behind Corey Schneider as the Devils wrap up their disappointing season on Saturday. Nonetheless, Keith Kinkaid has been a solid backup -- hardly the cause for the team's struggles -- and he'll likely reprise the role next year.
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