Andrew Hammond

#30 G / Ottawa Senators / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 216 lb Age: 28 College: Bowling Green State

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Senators' Andrew Hammond: Continues losing streak

    Hammond allowed three goals on 26 shots in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Avalanche. That makes three losses in his last three starts for Hammond, and he still hasn't won a game since Jan. 4. In his last five appearances, he's got a GAA of 4.43 and a save percentage of .841. You would be wise to steer clear of the 28-year-old netminder for the foreseeable future.

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    Senators' Andrew Hammond: Starting in goal against Colorado

    Hammond will be between the pipes Thursday against the Avalanche. Hammond hasn't won a game since Jan. 5 and was lit up for four goals in his last appearance. The 28-year-old will have another chance at proving his worth against Colorado, the 12th-ranked scoring team in the NHL.

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    Senators' Andrew Hammond: Thrashed in relief appearance

    Hammond gave up four goals on 18 shots after relieving Craig Anderson in Thursday's 7-2 loss to the Oilers. Anderson keeps giving Hammond opportunities to cut into his playing time, and the Hamburglar keeps blowing them. He's been blown up for a dozen goals in his last two starts and hasn't been able to establish any reasonable level of consistency in his backup role. That said, he famously caught fire in the second half of last season, so maybe Anderson's struggles will motivate the Sens to give Hammond a little extra run to see if lightning can strike twice.

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    Senators' Andrew Hammond: Lets in five in loss

    Hammond made 29 saves on 34 shots in a loss to the Islanders on Friday. Hammond's last two starts have been ones he would like to forget, as he let in 12 goals over those two contests. The memories of his magical run last year disappear further over the horizon by the day.

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    Senators' Andrew Hammond: Starting in crease Friday

    Hammond will start in goal at home Friday night against the Islanders, Chris Stevenson of TSN 1200 reports. It's been a horrible start to 2016 for Hammond, a second-year netminder from British Columbia. His 3.60 GAA and .884 save percentage this month has resulted in two straight losses after hanging on for an overtime win against the Blues on Jan. 4. On Friday, he squares off against an Islanders squad that averages 2.7 goals per game, 12th best in the NHL.

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    Senators' Andrew Hammond: Delivers strong relief work in loss

    Hammond entered Thursday's game against New Jersey in the first period, turning aside 11 of 12 shots in an eventual 6-3 loss. Unfortunately, Craig Anderson put the Sens behind the eight ball by giving up four goals in the first 13:56 of action -- too deep a hole to dig out of. Anderson's thrown down more than a few duds lately, so Hammond could have a path to increased playing time, though his own work has hardly been worthy of the 'Hamburglar' label.

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    Senators' Andrew Hammond: Back with Sens

    Hammond (personal) has officially returned to the activate roster for the Senators. Hammond reprises his role as the primary backup for the Senators. The 27-year-old has not been able to wrestle too many starts away from veteran backstop Craig Anderson, who has made 34 starts compared to nine for Hammond. The Kings will host the Sens this Saturday, but it's too soon to tell if Hammond or Anderson will draw the start in that contest.

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    Senators' Andrew Hammond: Could rejoin team by Thursday

    Hammond (personal) could rejoin the Senators as soon as Thursday, Wayne Scanlan of the Ottawa Citizen reports. Hammond has been away from the Senators since Monday attending to a personal matter, so its certainly encouraging that he's reportedly on the verge of rejoining the team. Following Wednesday' matchup with the Ducks, the Senators don't play until Saturday against the Kings. If Hammond is able to rejoin the Senators prior to Saturday's contest, he'll likely slot into Ottawa's lineup as Craig Anderson's backup against LA.

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    Senators' Andrew Hammond: Leaves team to attend to personal matter

    Hammond has temporarily left the Senators to attend to a personal matter. It's not clear if the personal matter Hammond is dealing with is related to him or another relative, but he will be away from the team for a period of time. Chris Driedger will handle the backup duties behind Craig Anderson until Hammond returns.

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    Senators' Andrew Hammond: Lit up for seven goals in loss

    Hammond allowed seven goals on 36 shots in Sunday's loss to the Capitals. It was a brutal performance for Hammond, after he had looked strong his last time out in a win over the Blues last week. The 27-year-old had actually split the last six starts with Craig Anderson, but more clunkers like Sunday's outing could tip the scales a little bit away from Hammond.

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