Cam Ward

#30 G / Carolina Hurricanes / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 185 lb Age: 31 College: None

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      Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Takes loss to Sabres

      Ward succumbed to the Sabres on Friday by letting in three goals on 14 shots. He was replaced by Eddie Lack for the third period. Ward coughed up each goal at even strength. There isn't much to be excited about with Ward as he backstops for a losing team (8-11-4) and has allowed three or more goals in more than half of his appearances this season.

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      Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Will start Friday against Buffalo

      Ward will start in net for Friday night's road contest against the Sabres. Ward has a 7-6-3 record, 2.35 GAA and .906 save percentage for the Hurricanes this season. Heading into the 2015-16 campaign, hockey pundits might have thought backup Eddie Lack would spell Ward more often than he has. However, Lack has only made six appearances between the posts in 22 games.

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      Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Strong in Wednesday's win

      Ward turned aside 30 of 31 shots to emerge the victor in Wednesday night's home contest against the Oilers. Make that two consecutive wins for Ward, who had gone the previous four appearances without a regulation victory. This latest performance should be a nice confidence booster for Ward as he recorded a poor 3.01 GAA and .878 save percentage in eight career games against the Oilers heading into Wednesday.

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      Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Will start in cage Wednesday

      Ward will start in net and oppose the Oilers on Wednesday. Ward has made seven starts in November, allowing three or more goals in five of those matches. However, it's not like Wednesday's matchup is a bad draw for Ward. Edmonton is currently in last place in the Western Conference, owns a minus-9 goal differential, and remains without mega prospect Connor McDavid (clavicle).

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      Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Turns aside 26 in win

      Ward stopped 26 of 29 shots in Sunday's win over the Kings. The win snaps a four game losing streak for Ward, though he got little in the way of offensive support en route to an 0-3-1 mark in that span. His rate stats actually took a hit in this one, falling to a .902 save percentage and 2.44 GAA, but getting back in the win column could help get him going.

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      Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Starting in goal Saturday

      Ward will draw the start in net Sunday versus the Kings, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & ObserverWard has had a tough time with bonus hockey lately, having been dealt overtime or shootout losses in three straight appearances. Certainly Ward could stand to get more goal support from the team's skaters as they've collectively added just eight scores over his past five starts.

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      Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Starts Friday

      Ward will receive the start in net Friday against the Maple Leafs. Ward continues to struggle in net, allowing three goals in each of his last three starts to up his GAA to 2.52 and lower his save percentage to .898 on the season. However, Eddie Lack hasn't done well either, resulting in Ward receiving most of the starts. He'll be back in net Friday, facing a Maple Leafs squad scoring 2.74 goals per game this season.

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      Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Facing the Flyers as Saturday's starter

      Ward will start between the posts Saturday, facing shots from the visiting Flyers. Following the Saturday morning skate, Hurricanes head coach Bill Peters shared his thoughts on Ward's play. "I think he's played well. He's in a little bit of a zone, and we play well in front of him. We'll keep plugging away and reassess after tonight. We have two good goaltenders and confidence in both guys, but we're going to go with Wardo this evening." Eddie Lack is the other netminder that Peters mentions though he has only made four starts compared to 13 for Ward.

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      Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Saves 18 in overtime loss

      Ward took an overtime loss against the Wild on Thursday, giving up 18 goals on 21 shots. This game offers a prime example of how the NHL's new 3-on-3 overtime can warp goalie stats, as more games are now being decided in the extra frame. That means more goals on netminders' stat lines, and this one turned a reasonable-but-not-awesome .900 save mark into an ugly .857. Ward doesn't pick up many wins, but he'd taken the victory in three of four before landing in the loss column twice in a row now.

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      Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Expected to start Thursday

      Ward was in the starter's net Thursday morning and is the expected starting goalie for the evening matchup at home against the Wild, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. It has been a rough start for the 31-year-old Ward, as he and the Hurricanes have struggled to 5-6-0 and 6-9-0 records respectively. Ward eclipsed the 30,000 minutes played milestone in his last game, but hasn't played especially well this season, posting a 2.45 GAA and a .904 save percentage. He draws a difficult matchup against a Minnesota team that has been scoring at a high clip of 3.07 goals per game, the fourth highest rate in the league. The Wild have won their last two games and are currently in second place in the Central Divison.

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