Last Game
Fri, Apr 29
@ Edmonton Oilers (49-27-6)
  • Rogers Place
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Final / SO
3

Western Pacific Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
50-21-11 111
49-27-6 104
44-27-11 99
43-31-8 94
40-30-12 92
32-37-13 77
31-37-14 76
27-49-6 60

2021 Goaltending

STATS W
Wins
L
Losses
OTL
Overtime Loss
GAA
Goals Against Average
SV%
Saves Percentage
SO
Shutout
Regular Season 4 7 2 2.94 .903 0

Top Jaroslav Halak News

  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: May be done for season

    When asked if Halak, who's dealing with a hand injury, is done for the year Saturday, coach Bruce Boudreau said "I got the report from the other day, and it didn't look good," Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.

    The Canucks likely aren't going to make the playoffs, so it looks like it will be an uphill battle for Halak to return to action this season. If he's unable to suit up again, the 36-year-old goaltender will finish the year having gone 4-7-2 while posting a 2.94 GAA and a .903 save percentage through 17 appearances.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Not traveling with team

    Halak (hand) won't travel with the Canucks on their upcoming two-game road trip, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.

    Halak was hurt in the first period of Tuesday's game versus the Senators, and it'll be enough to keep him out of action at least until next Tuesday. He'll miss games Thursday in Minnesota and Saturday in Calgary, barring a significant turnaround. Spencer Martin will likely be summoned from AHL Abbotsford again to serve as Thatcher Demko's backup during Halak's absence.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Exits start

    Halak (hand) exited Tuesday's game after the first period, Iain MacIntyre of Sportsnet.ca reports.

    Halak was slashed on the hand in a scramble in front of the net, but he didn't leave the game until the first intermission. The netminder stopped all 14 shots he faced prior to his exit. The severity of his injury is unknown, but more information should arise before Thursday's game versus the Wild.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Starting Tuesday

    Halak will start Tuesday against visiting Ottawa, Farhan Lalji of TSN reports.

    Halak has played sparingly this season behind workhorse starter Thatcher Demko, posting a 3-3-0 record, ugly 3.57 GAA and .877 save percentage in eight appearances since Jan. 31. Opposing Ottawa sits 25th overall since March 1 with an average 2.84 goals for.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Performs well in win

    Halak stopped 28 of 29 shots in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Coyotes.

    Halak picked up his second win in his last three outings, and the Coyotes never really gave him much of a challenge. He only allowed a goal to Nick Schmaltz in the second period. Halak improved to 4-7-2 with a 3.01 GAA and an .899 save percentage in 16 appearances. He'll likely return to backup duties Saturday versus the Sharks, as the Canucks will ride with Thatcher Demko as long as they have a chance to make the playoffs.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Starting against Arizona

    Halak will defend the blue paint during Thursday's road game versus the Coyotes, David Quadrelli of Canucks Army reports.

    Halak wasn't great in his last start March 28 versus the Blues, surrendering three goals on 28 shots en route to a 4-1 loss. He'll try to bounce back and secure his fourth win of the season in a favorable road matchup with an Arizona team that's 10-23-1 at home this year.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Starting in St. Louis

    Halak will be between the pipes Monday against the Blues, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.

    Halak has played sparingly behind workhorse Thatcher Demko this season, posting a 3-6-2 record, 3.19 GAA and .894 save percentage. Opposing St. Louis is tough on home ice (20-9-4) and has averaged a fourth-ranked 3.65 goals for since Feb. 1.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Pulls off upset

    Halak stopped 32 of 33 shots in Wednesday's 3-1 win over the Avalanche.

    Halak put in one of his best performances of the season in a tough road matchup, and he was rewarded with the win. This was his first victory since Jan. 31, and the 36-year-old improved to 3-6-2 on the season after limiting the Avalanche to just a Nazem Kadri power-play goal. Halak has a 3.19 GAA and an .894 save percentage in 14 outings. Thatcher Demko will likely start Thursday versus the Wild as the Canucks continue their four-game road trip.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Starting in Colorado

    Halak will defend the blue paint during Wednesday's road game versus the Avalanche, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.

    Halak hasn't started since Feb. 28 versus New Jersey, when he surrendered six goals on just 14 shots before being replaced by Thatcher Demko in the second period of the eventual 7-2 loss. He'll try to shake off that disastrous performance and secure his third win of the season in a brutal road matchup with a Colorado team that's 25-3-3 at home this year.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Makes relief appearance

    Halak stopped 14 of 15 shots in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Flames.

    Halak played the third period after Thatcher Demko gave up four goals on 29 shots in the first two. This was a solid showing for Halak in his first appearance in nearly three weeks. The 36-year-old has struggled with a 2-6-2 record, a 3.41 GAA and an .886 save percentage in 13 appearances this season. The Canucks have yet to name a starting goalie for Sunday's game versus the Sabres.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Receives mercy pull

    Halak allowed six goals on 14 shots in Monday's 7-2 loss to the Devils.

    Halak and the Canucks found themselves in a 3-0 hole after the first period. Vasili Podkolzin put them on the board in the second, but Halak leaked another three tallies in a span of 3:11 before he was replaced in goal by Thatcher Demko. The 36-year-old Halak will take the loss in this one, dropping to 2-6-2 with a 3.42 GAA and an .883 save percentage. He's given head coach Bruce Boudreau little reason to deviate from starting Demko in most games. The Canucks don't have a back-to-back again until March 19 and 20, so it could be a while before Halak gets back in the crease.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Tending twine Monday

    Halak will start between the pipes Monday in New Jersey, per Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650.

    Halak has posted a 2-1-1 record with a 3.04 GAA and .882 save percentage over his last five appearances. At home, New Jersey has gone 10-13-3 while averaging 31.5 shots on goal and 2.96 goals for, ranking 15th and 19th, respectively. The Devils also hold the 15th-ranked home power-play percentage at 22.5.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Gives up two goals in relief outing

    Halak surrendered two goals on 11 shots in Saturday's 7-4 loss to the Ducks.

    Halak entered the game early in the second period after the Ducks established a 5-0 lead against Thatcher Demko. The Canucks improved as the game went on, but the deficit was too much to overcome. Halak wasn't exactly great despite a light workload -- he won't be pushing to take many starts away from Demko any time soon. Halak has a 2.93 GAA and an .899 save percentage in 11 appearances this season.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Blitzed by Islanders

    Halak gave up five goals on 12 shots in 16:19 of Wednesday's 6-3 loss to the Islanders.

    The Canucks weren't ready to play, and Halak wasn't able to cover for their early lapses. The 36-year-old endured his worst outing of the season and took the loss for his troubles. He's now 2-5-2 with a 2.90 GAA and a .903 save percentage in 10 appearances. With the Canucks still clinging to playoff aspirations, Halak is unlikely to see much playing time until they're mathematically eliminated, as Thatcher Demko has emerged as a reliable workhorse in goal.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Facing Islanders on Wednesday

    Halak will start Wednesday's game against the visiting Islanders.

    The 36-year-old has played sparingly behind workhorse Thatcher Demko in his first year as a Canuck, producing a 2-4-2 record with a 2.40 GAA and .918 save percentage thus far. The scoring woes of the Islanders are well documented, as they currently sit dead-last in the NHL with a paltry 92 goals for in 39 games this season, so this is a nice soft matchup for Halak.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Between pipes Monday

    Halak will get the starting nod on the road against Chicago on Monday.

    After missing time while in the COVID-19 protocols, Halak will be making his first appearance in the crease since Dec. 30 versus the Kings, a stretch of 11 games on the sidelines. Even prior to his absence, the 36-year-old netminder was the clear second choice behind Thatcher Demko and figures to continue seeing infrequent opportunities.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Triumphant return to crease

    Halak stopped 20 of 21 shots in Monday's 3-1 win over the Blackhawks.

    Halak's shutout bid was spoiled by Connor Murphy in the third period, but the veteran goalie was otherwise strong. This was Halak's first appearance since Dec. 30, as he missed time in the COVID-19 protocols. The 36-year-old improved to 2-4-2 with a 2.40 GAA and a .918 save percentage through nine appearances. With Thatcher Demko in place as the Canucks' No. 1 goalie, Halak is unlikely to see significant playing time in the second half of the campaign.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Departs COVID-19 protocols

    Halak exited the NHL's COVID-19 protocols Thursday.

    Halak has posted a 1-4-2 record with a 2.59 GAA and a .915 save percentage over eight appearances this season. The 36-year-old has missed the last six games while in the virus protocols. Thatcher Demko cleared protocols the same day as well, likely spelling the end of Michael DiPietro's current active roster stint.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Joining team on road

    Halak won't leave with the team ahead of Thursday's matchup with Winnipeg but is expected to link up with the Canucks shortly thereafter according to coach Bruce Boudreau, Farhan Lalji of TSN reports.

    Even if Halak can be with the team for Thursday's game-day skate, it seems unlikely he would be immediately thrust back into action after having not played since Dec. 30 against the Kings. Still, the veteran netminder could be an option at some point during the Canucks four-game road trip, especially with Thatcher Demko (COVID-19 protocols) also not making the initial trip.

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  • Canucks' Jaroslav Halak: Guarding cage Saturday

    Halak will defend the net against Carolina on the road Saturday.

    Halak has gone 1-4-2 with a 2.59 GAA and a .915 save percentage over eight appearances in 2021-22. His most recent start was Dec. 30 against the Kings where he took home a 2-1 shootout loss, stopping 34 of 35 shots. Carolina has an 11-4-1 record and has averaged 3.63 goals and 34.3 shots on goal per game at home this season, ranking in the top five and top ten respectively.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-11, 185 lbs
Birthplace: Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
Age: 37
Experience: 15
Shoots: Left