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Dec 3, 2022 4 16 20 -0.8
Nov 30, 2022 1 34 35 10.8
Nov 23, 2022 3 19 22 0.8
Nov 12, 2022 2 16 18
Nov 6, 2022 3 33 36

Fantasy Stats

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2022 19.82.8 1 5 174 2.88
2021 53.73.2 4 7 361 2.94
2020 92.24.9 9 6 436 2 2.53
3y Avg. 114.855.2 10 6 543 2 2.56
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Fantasy News

  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Can't hold back Chicago

    Halak surrendered four goals on 20 shots in a 5-2 loss to Chicago on Saturday. The Blackhawks' final goal was scored on an empty net. Halak earned his first win of the season in Wednesday's 3-1 victory against Ottawa, but he wasn't able to build off that success. Halak's 1-6-1 with a 3.04 GAA and .888 save percentage in eight games this season.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Starting against Chicago

    Halak will patrol the home crease Saturday against Chicago, Mollie Walker of the New York Post reports. Halak stopped 34 shots in a 3-1 win over Ottawa on Wednesday for his first win of the season. He has a 1-5-1 record in 2022-23 with a 2.89 GAA and an .897 save percentage. Halak will get the second half of the Rangers' back-to-back after Igor Shesterkin played in Friday's 3-2 overtime loss to Ottawa. Chicago ranks 30th in the league with 2.55 goals per game.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Gets first win of 2022-23

    Halak saved 34 of 35 shots in a 3-1 win against Ottawa on Wednesday. Halak finally earned his first victory of the season, bringing him up to 1-5-1 with a 2.89 GAA and .897 save percentage in seven starts. Igor Shesterkin has received the bulk of the Rangers' starts and that's expected to continue to be the case throughout 2022-23.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Exits ice first Wednesday

    Halak was the first goalie to leave the ice Wednesday, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports, indicating he'll tend the twine on the road versus Ottawa. Halak will be making just his seventh appearance between the pipes for the Rangers this season. In those previous contests, the veteran netminder went 0-5-1 with a career-worst 3.20 GAA and a .881 save percentage. Halak figures to see minimal usage going forward behind starter Igor Shesterkin.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Still looking for first win

    Halak allowed three goals on 22 shots in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Ducks. Halak had another tough outing after watching the previous four games from the bench. The Ducks' pair of goals early in the second period was enough to send him to a sixth straight defeat to begin the year. He's now 0-5-1 with a 3.20 GAA and an .881 save percentage through six outings. Halak's lack of quality performances likely means the Rangers will continue to lean on the reigning Vezina Trophy winner, Igor Shesterkin, to handle upward of 80 percent of the starts.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Set to start Wednesday

    Halak is expected to start on the road against Anaheim on Wednesday, according to Mollie Walker of the New York Post. Halak is 0-4-1 with a 3.22 GAA and .883 save percentage in five games this season. He stopped 16 of 18 shots in a 2-1 loss to Nashville in his last start Nov. 12. This is a solid opportunity for him to earn his first victory of the season. Anaheim has the 30th-ranked offense with 2.53 goals per game. The Ducks have also lost their last three contests, bringing them down to 5-13-1 this season.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Stops just 16 shots in loss

    Halak stopped 16 of 18 shots in a 2-1 loss to Nashville on Saturday. Halak has a 0-4-1 record, 3.22 GAA and .883 save percentage in five games this season. He's had a terrific career, but not much should be expected of him at the age of 37. Even if his play improves, Halak's playing time will be limited as long as Igor Shesterkin is healthy.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: First off ice Saturday

    Halak was the first goaltender off the ice Saturday, according to Mollie Walker of the New York Post, indicating he will likely defend the road crease in Nashville. The 37-year-old netminder is 0-3-1 this season with a 3.49 GAA and an .882 save percentage. Halak has had the Predators' number during his career, going 15-4-6 with a 1.99 GAA and a .927 save percentage. He's looking for his first win this season against a Predators team that's 5-8-1 and in seventh place in the Central Division. Nashville has had trouble scoring at times this season, averaging 2.71 goals per contest.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Still seeking first win

    Halak made 33 saves during a 3-2 overtime loss to the visiting Red Wings on Sunday. In an Original Six matchup, Halak executed two key third-period saves to force the extra stanza but remained winless. The 37-year-old netminder denied sniper Dominik Kubalik on a breakaway with 3:51 remaining in the final frame and a pinching Filip Hronek with 34 seconds to go. It wasn't enough for Halak (0-4-0), who failed to hold a 2-0 first-period advantage. This game marked the first time in six opportunities the Rangers lost after scoring first.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Guarding cage Sunday

    Halak will get the starting nod at home against the Red Wings on Sunday, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports. Halak will make his first start since Oct. 26 and he's still looking for his first win of the season. The 37-year-old is 0-3-0 while giving up 11 goals on 83 shots in three starts. He'll continue seeing occasional starts behind workhorse Igor Shesterkin.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Early struggles continue

    Halak allowed three goals on 29 shots in Wednesday's 3-0 loss to the Islanders. Halak has lost all three of his starts with the Rangers in regulation while allowing a combined 11 goals on 83 shots for a dreadful .867 save percentage. The Rangers controlled the puck for most of this one but couldn't solve Ilya Sorokin, while Halak struggled again despite facing few quality chances against. If the 37-year-old netminder fails to turn things around, New York could call Louis Domingue up from AHL Hartford to take over as Igor Shesterkin's backup.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Set to start Wednesday

    Halak is expected to start Wednesday versus the Islanders, per Jon Lane of NHL.com Halak left plenty to be desired in his first two starts with the Rangers, allowing eight goals over those games. He's still searching for his first win of the season and a game against the Islanders might provide him with just that. The Islanders aren't a strong team offensively and they've dropped their last three games.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Drops consecutive starts

    Halak allowed five goals on 21 shots Sunday as the opportunistic Blue Jackets earned a 5-1 victory over the Rangers. Halak, who is winless in two starts, may have to wait awhile for another chance. The primary backup to Igor Shesterkin, Halak earned his first start since dropping a 4-1 decision to the Jets on Oct. 14 and allowed five even-strength goals Sunday. The 37-year-old netminder has 285 career wins but has embraced his No. 2 role during his first season with the Rangers.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Facing Columbus

    Halak will be between the pipes at home against Columbus on Sunday, Mollie Walker of the New York Post reports. Halak will get his second start of the season versus a Blue Jackets team that played last night in a 6-3 loss to Pittsburgh. He stopped 30 of 33 shots in a 4-1 loss to Winnipeg on Oct. 14 during his Rangers debut.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Comes up short in Blueshirts debut

    Halak allowed three goals on 33 shots in Friday's 4-1 loss to the Jets. The fourth goal was an empty-netter. Halak put in a solid effort in this contest, but it wasn't enough with the Rangers' lack of goal support. The 37-year-old is in his 18th NHL campaign, though he's served in a backup role for much of the last four years. He went 4-7-2 with a 2.94 GAA and a .903 save percentage in 17 games for the Canucks last year, and he shouldn't be expected to see much more than that as the backup to reigning Vezina winner Igor Shesterkin.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Will be in goal Friday

    Halak will be in net Friday against Winnipeg. Halak is being rolled out in the second half of a back-to-back and the Rangers' third game in four days. By contrast, the Jets are well rested going into their season opener. That all combines to make this a tough assignment for Halak.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Now starting Wednesday

    Halak will start Wednesday's home game versus the Bruins, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports. Igor Shesterkin was initially expected to get the start, but he was scratched just before puck drop. Halak will get a chance for a tune-up in this preseason contest, though Rangers fans and fantasy managers alike will be holding their collective breath for an update on Shesterkin's status.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Participates in scrimmage

    Halak (hand) played half of an intrasquad scrimmage Thursday, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports. Halak was brought in as a free agent on a one-year deal to serve as Igor Shesterkin's backup. Halak was sidelined by a hand injury late last year but is now healthy. As a 37-year-old veteran, he may not play much in preseason, and backing up the reigning Vezina winner likely means he'll spend much of the year watching from the bench.
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  • Rangers' Jaroslav Halak: Snags one-year deal

    Halak (hand) inked a one-year, $1.55 million contract with the Rangers on Wednesday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports. Halak was limited to just 17 games for the Canucks last year behind Thatcher Demko but could see more outings as the No. 2 behind Igor Shesterkin. The veteran Halak's numbers weren't great when he did get the chance to play, as he went 4-7-2 with a 2.94 GAA.
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  • 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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