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Nov 1, 2022 0 2 2
Oct 30, 2022 3 32 35
Oct 27, 2022 6 32 38
Oct 25, 2022 2 29 31
Oct 23, 2022 4 30 34

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2022 33.74.8 3 2 171 2.93
2021 -1.6-1.6 1 22 7.81
2019 2165.7 20 11 985 4 2.67
3y Avg. 71.455.5 7 4 336 1 2.75
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Designated for injured reserve

    Stalock (concussion) was placed on injured reserve Monday. Stalock could technically be activated in time for Thursday's matchup with Los Angeles, though that seems unlikely at this point with no games between now and then. Fortunately for the Hawks, Petr Mrazek (hip) has been activated off IR in a corresponding move. Once both Mrazek and Stalock are healthy, the duo will likely split the netminding duties this season.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Remains out Thursday

    Stalock (concussion) won't suit up for Thursday's game versus the Kings, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Stalock was injured Tuesday versus the Islanders on a collision in the crease. The Blackhawks signed Dylan Wells to serve as Arvid Soderblom's backup for as long as Stalock remains out, and he does not yet have a timeline to return.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: In concussion protocol

    Stalock is in the league's concussion protocol after he suffered an injury versus the Islanders on Tuesday, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Stalock suffered the injury early in the first period in a collision with Casey Cizikas. The 35-year-old Stalock will have to clear the concussion protocol before he's eligible to return to action. The Blackhawks' goaltending depth is in dire straits with Petr Mrazek (groin) also on the shelf.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Exits Tuesday's game

    Stalock (upper body) suffered an injury in the first period of Tuesday's game versus the Islanders, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Stalock was ran into by Casey Cizikas early in the contest and needed to leave the game. Stalock was able to skate off under his own power. Arvid Soderblom took over in goal, and he would be the Blackhawks' No. 1 if the news on Stalock's status isn't good.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Gets starting nod Tuesday

    Stalock will defend the home net Tuesday versus the Islanders, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Stalock is coming off a 32-save effort in Sunday's 4-3 shootout loss to Minnesota. He has a 3-2-1 record this season with a 2.95 GAA and a .914 save percentage through six appearances. Stalock and the Blackhawks will look to halt New York's three-game win streak.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Suffers shootout loss

    Stalock made 32 saves during a 4-3 shootout loss to the Wild on Sunday. Stalock remained under near-constant pressure from Minnesota's high-powered offense. The 35-year-old netminder twice yielded game-tying goals to Matt Boldy moments after Jake McCabe, in the first period, and Andreas Athanasiou, in the third, handed the Blackhawks one-goal advantages. Stalock then surrendered shootout goals to Kirill Kaprizov and Frederick Gaudreau, who notched the winner.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Starts third straight game

    Stalock stopped 32 of 38 shots during a 6-5 loss to the Oilers on Thursday. The 2005 fourth-round draft pick entered Monday on a personal three-game winning streak, turning aside 75 of 81 shots during that span. After yielding six goals Thursday, fantasy managers will likely be hesitant to roll him out there the next time he gets the nod.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Slated to start Thursday

    Stalock is scheduled to be in the home crease versus Edmonton on Thursday, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports. Stalock has been exceptional this season, as he is 3-1-0 and has stopped 105 of 112 shots sent his way. He played in only one NHL game over the last two seasons but has taken over the net for Chicago in the early going this season. He has a tough test against Connor McDavid and the Oilers, who have scored 25 goals in seven games this season.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Set to start Tuesday

    Stalock is expected to be between the pipes at home versus Florida on Tuesday, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Stalock is expected to see the bulk of the workload for the Hawks while Petr Mrazek (groin) is sidelined. With Stalock as the starter, Arvid Soderblom will serve as the No. 2 option. In his three appearances this season, the 35-year-old Stalock is 2-1-0 with a 2.13 GAA and .938 save percentage.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Earns comeback win

    Stalock made 30 saves as the Blackhawks rallied to a 5-4 victory over the Kraken on Sunday. Stalock, who is attempting to earn the No. 1 role, rebounded from a tough start Sunday to earn the win. The 35-year-old netminder has served as a backup for much of his 11-year NHL career but earned 20 wins in 36 starts when given extended run in 2019-20. Stalock allowed two goals in the opening 7:31 of the first period Sunday but turned aside all seven shots he faced on the penalty kill and blanked the quick-starting Kraken over the final 29 minutes, 17 seconds to secure his second win in as many appearances.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Starting Sunday afternoon

    Stalock will be between the pipes Sunday afternoon at home against Seattle, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Seattle ended a three-game winless skid Friday with an upset win over Colorado. Stalock will make his second start of the season after getting his first win of the year Friday in a relief appearance against Detroit. He stopped all 10 shots he faced after Petr Mrazek (groin) was forced to leave the contest. Mrazek's absence will provide Stalock and recent call-up Arvid Soderblom with some additional playing time.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Earns win in relief appearance

    Stalock stopped all 10 shots he faced in Friday's 4-3 overtime win over the Red Wings. Stalock entered the game in the third period after Petr Mrazek left the contest with an undisclosed injury. It was another solid effort for Stalock, who has given up one goal on 47 shots across two appearances this season. His solid play allowed the Blackhawks to erase a two-goal deficit and ultimately earn the win in overtime. Should Mrazek be out for any length of time, Stalock figures to take over as the Blackhawks' primary netminder. Their next game is a matinee Sunday versus the Kraken.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Ends up on wrong end of shutout

    Stalock allowed a goal on 37 shots in Thursday's 1-0 loss to the Golden Knights. It was a heroic effort from Stalock behind a team that was playing the second half of a back-to-back, but he received no support. Only Paul Cotter's second-period tally got past Stalock. The 35-year-old netminder matched his games-played total from the last two years combined with this appearance. He should see semi-regular usage as the Blackhawks' backup, but the lack of support is likely to be an ongoing issue, and it's safe to assume he won't be able to keep all of his games as close as this one.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Guarding cage Thursday

    Stalock will make the start in Thursday's road game versus the Golden Knights. Petr Mrazek was tagged for five goals in the season opener versus the Avalanche on Wednesday, and Stalock will get his season debut a day later. Stalock has played just one game in the last two seasons combined, yielding six goals on 28 shots in a start for the Sharks last year. He may stick as the Blackhawks' backup all year, but he probably won't return much value for fantasy managers.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Will start Thursday

    Stalock will be in the road goal Thursday at Minnesota, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Coach Luke Richardson said that Stalock would play the entire game against the Wild on Thursday. Stalock is battling Petr Mrazek for the No. 1 job with the Blackhawks. He lost in his only NHL appearance last season, as he gave up six goals in 46 minutes with the Sharks.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: To play entire game Saturday

    Stalock will be between the pipes Saturday, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Stalock will face the Red Wings Saturday as he is battling Arvid Soderblom for the backup job with the Blackhawks. Stalock has played in only one NHL game over the last two seasons and at the age of 35, could be a better bet to see time in the minors if Soderblom is ready for the NHL.
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  • Blackhawks' Alex Stalock: Signs with Chicago

    Stalock signed a one-year, $750,000 contract with the Blackhawks on Wednesday, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports. At this point it isn't clear if Stalock will be expected to slot in as Chicago's No. 2 netminder behind Petr Mrazek. The 34-year-old netminder hasn't spent significant time in the NHL since 2019-20, when he went 20-11-4 while posting a 2.67 GAA and a .910 save percentage through 38 appearances with the Wild.
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  • Sharks' Alex Stalock: Assigned to AHL affiliate

    Stalock was reassigned to AHL San Jose on Saturday, Curtis Pashelka of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Stalock's demotion indicates Adin Hill (lower body) should be available for Saturday's game versus LA. Stalock could be in for an extended stay in the minors.
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  • Sharks' Alex Stalock: Shows rust after 17-month absence

    Stalock allowed six goals on 28 shots in Saturday's 8-0 loss to the Predators. The Predators didn't take it easy on Stalock, with their fourth line doing much of the damage to the 34-year-old. Stalock was playing for the first time since Aug. 7, 2020 in the Edmonton playoff bubble. He missed all of the 2020-21 season with an upper-body injury and long-term effects of COVID-19 before getting into action with AHL Bakersfield in January. With the Sharks missing top netminders Adin Hill and James Reimer to lower-body injuries, Stalock figures to get some playing time at the NHL level in the near term. Zach Sawchenko, who stopped six of eight shots in relief Saturday, will start Sunday's game versus the Ducks.
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  • Sharks' Alex Stalock: Facing Predators on Saturday

    Stalock will patrol the crease Saturday against visiting Nashville, per Sheng Peng of San Jose Hockey Now. Stalock will make his season debut Saturday against Nashville. As visitors, the Predators have gone 15-10-4 while averaging 3.14 goals for and 27.7 shots on goal, ranking 14th and 27th, respectively. Nashville also holds the sixth-ranked road power-play percentage with 24.4.
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