Petr Mrazek

#34 G / Carolina Hurricanes / EXP: YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 190 lb Age: 28 College: None

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    Hurricanes' Petr Mrazek: Returns with a 'W'

    Petr Mrazek (concussion) turned aside 23 shots in a 5-2 win over Detroit on Tuesday.Mrazek, who was sidelined for the previous six games, was sharp in his return to active duty, giving up only a pair of re-direction goals. He's now posted a .915 save percentage or better in five of his last six appearances and, if Tuesday is any indication, appears poised to once again taking over the primary goaltending duties in Carolina.

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    Hurricanes' Petr Mrazek: Gets starting nod Tuesday

    Petr Mrazek (concussion) will be between the pipes for Tuesday's road clash with the Red Wings, Sara Civian of The Athletic reports.Mrazek will return to the crease for the first time following a six-game stretch on the shelf due to his concussion. Prior to getting hurt, the netminder posted a 2-2-0 record and 2.51 GAA in his last five outings. With Mrazek fully fit, he figures to see the bulk of the workload down the stretch, perhaps only watching from the bench in back-to-backs.

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    Hurricanes' Petr Mrazek: Nearing return to action

    Petr Mrazek (concussion) could be back in the lineup versus Detroit on Tuesday, Michael Smith of the Carolina Hurricanes' official site reports.While nothing has been confirmed in regard to Mrazek's status, the fact that the organization sent Alex Nedeljkovic backs to the minors would seem to indicate Mrazek will at least be healthy enough to serve as the backup. Once given the all-clear, the 27-year-old figures to see the bulk of the starts down the stretch in order to help the club hold onto a spot in the playoffs.

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    Hurricanes' Petr Mrazek: Out at least couple more games

    Per coach Rod Brind'Amour, Petr Mrazek (concussion) should be back soon but not in the next couple games, Brian Compton of NHL.com reports.If we take couple to mean two, that would rule Mrazek out for this weekend's back-to-back against the Islanders and Penguins. His next chance to return after that would come on the ensuing leg of Carolina's road trip Tuesday in Detroit. With Carolina battling for a playoff spot and relying on depth goalies at the moment, the team won't take long getting Mrazek back in there once he's healthy.

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    Hurricanes' Petr Mrazek: Drawing close to return

    Coach Rod Brind'Amour indicated Friday that he intends to have Petr Mrazek (concussion) take part in another practice before putting him in a game but didn't completely rule out a return this weekend, Sara Civian of The Athletic reports.Assuming he does well overnight with the concussion protocol, it seems likely Mrazek will at least join the team on its upcoming three-game road trip. With a back-to-back set on tap, the staff may elect to insert Mrazek for one of the two contests, especially with James Reimer (lower body) sidelined.

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    Hurricanes' Petr Mrazek: Hoping to travel with team

    Petr Mrazek (concussion) still needs to clear the concussion protocol but is hoping to travel with the team for its five-game road trip, Sara Civian of The Athletic reports.Even if Mrazek does make the trip, it's not clear when he might be ready to get back into the crease. The Carolina Hurricanes' upcoming back-to-back versus the Islanders and Penguins on Saturday and Sunday, respectively, could be a good opportunity to get back into the lineup. Until Mrazek is given the all-clear, Anton Forsberg and Alex Nedeljkovic figure to continue splitting the workload.

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    Hurricanes' Petr Mrazek: Still 7-10 days away from returning

    According to general manager Don Waddell, Petr Mrazek (concussion) is still 7-to-10 days away from returning to action, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.Mrazek will miss Carolina's next three games at a minimum, but it sounds like the Carolina Hurricanes are hopeful that he'll be ready to return shortly thereafter. Anton Forsberg and Alex Nedeljkovic will continue to shoulder the load in goal until Mrazek or James Reimer (lower body) is ready to return.

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    Hurricanes' Petr Mrazek: Unclear timeline to return

    Head coach Rod Brind'Amour relayed that Petr Mrazek (concussion/neck) has a "long-term" injury, ESPN reports. "Long term to me is a week," Brind'Amour clarified to Chip Alexander of The Raleigh News & Observer.Brind'Amour wasn't very transparent in his prognosis, but general manager Don Waddell said that Mrazek has "more of a neck injury" and hasn't dealt with headaches. Considering Brind'Amour sees a week as a long-term injury, it's possible Mrazek could be back this weekend if he clears the league's concussion protocol. The Carolina Hurricanes recalled Anton Forsberg and Alex Nedeljovic -- the latter will start Tuesday against the Stars -- from AHL Charlotte for the time being because James Reimer (lower body) is also out "long term".

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    Hurricanes' Petr Mrazek: Injury details revealed

    Petr Mrazek suffered a concussion during Saturday's game versus the Maple Leafs, Michael Smith of the Carolina Hurricanes' official site reports.Mrazek will sit out of Tuesday's game versus the Stars as he works through the league's concussion protocol, and it's likely James Reimer (lower body) won't be ready either. The Hurricanes recalled both Anton Forsberg and Alex Nedeljkovic to fill the void, but they may make a move before Monday's trade deadline.

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    Hurricanes' Petr Mrazek: Relieved by emergency goalie

    Petr Mrazek left Saturday's game against Toronto with an upper-body injury and will not return.Mrazek replaced James Reimer in goal after Reimer suffered a lower-body injury. With both goalies down, the Carolina Hurricanes were left with an emergency goaltender, that being 42-year-old David Ayers. Ayers drives a zamboni for Toronto's minor-league affiliate.