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Dec 3, 2022 1 21 22
Nov 27, 2022 7 37 44 0.4
Nov 23, 2022 5 33 38 1.6
Nov 19, 2022 6 37 43 1.4
Nov 14, 2022 3 29 32

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Goals Against Average
2022 19.62.5 1 5 238 4.28
2021 94.44.7 12 6 462 3.34
2020 715.9 6 2 275 3 2.06
3y Avg. 124.255.2 13 8 575 2 2.77
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Dealing with another groin injury

    Mrazek sustained a groin injury in Saturday's game versus the Rangers, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Head coach Luke Richardson added the Mrazek's injury is a new one and not an aggravation of the one that kept him out of the lineup earlier in the season. The Blackhawks will likely lean on Arvid Soderblom as the primary goalie, though it's believed Mrazek won't be out long-term.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Exits Saturday's contest

    Mrazek (undisclosed) left Saturday's game against the Rangers and won't return to the contest. Mrazek stopped 21 of 22 shots through two periods. Arvid Soderblom will play between the pipes for the rest of the game. Chicago is already missing Alex Stalock (concussion), so if Mrazek is unavailable for any significant amount of time, then Chicago might have to lean on Soderblom.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Facing Rangers

    Mrazek will guard the visiting crease against the Rangers on Saturday, according to Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times. Mrazek gave up seven goals on 44 shots in his last start, a 7-2 loss to Winnipeg on Sunday. He's 1-5-1 with a 4.28 GAA and an .878 save percentage this season. Mrazek will face the Rangers, who lost a 3-2 overtime decision to Ottawa on Friday. New York has averaged 2.96 goals per game this season.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Allows seven goals vs. Jets

    Mrazek surrendered seven goals on 44 shots in a 7-2 loss to Winnipeg on Sunday. Mrazek's allowed at least five goals in each of his last three games. He's 1-5-1 with a 4.27 GAA and .878 save percentage in eight contests. Those are terrible numbers, but it's not likely to get much better for him with the rebuilding Blackhawks.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Set to start Sunday

    Mrazek was the first goalie off the ice at the morning skate, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports, indicating he will start Sunday at home against Winnipeg. Mrazek allowed five goals on 38 shots in Wednesday's 6-4 loss to Dallas during his last outing. He has a 1-4-1 record this season with a 3.86 GAA and an .885 save percentage across seven previous starts. Mrazek has gone 6-2-0 versus the Jets in his career, permitting just 19 goals on 234 shots.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Yields five third-period markers

    Mrazek turned aside 33 of 38 shots during Wednesday's 6-4 defeat to the host Stars. Mrazek, who didn't execute his first save until the 13:38 mark of the first period Wednesday, yielded the game's opening goal 17 seconds later. The 30-year-old netminder kept the Stars silent for the next 36 minutes, before the Stars scored five times during a nine-minute, third-period span, sealing the Blackhawks' fifth straight loss. Mrazek (1-4-1) remains winless in his past five starts, surrendering 11 goals in consecutive outings.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: First off ice Wednesday

    Mrazek was the first goaltender off the ice Wednesday, according to Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times, indicating that he will defend the road crease against Dallas. Mrazek is 1-3-1 with a 3.65 GAA and an .889 save percentage. He had a tough start Saturday, giving up six goals on 43 shots to the Bruins. Mrazek will take on the Stars, who have found the back of the net 73 times in 19 games this season.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Buried by Bruins

    Mrazek made 37 saves in Saturday's 6-1 loss to the Bruins. Chicago got out-shot 43-18 on the night, and while Mrazek was able to keep things close through the first half of the game, eventually the floodgates opened. The veteran netminder is 0-2-1 since returning from a groin injury, allowing 11 goals over the three starts, and on the season he carries a 3.66 GAA and .889 save percentage.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Gets Saturday's start

    Mrazek will be tending the road crease against Boston on Saturday, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Mrazek and Arvid Soderblom have shared the net since Mrazek returned to action Nov. 10. Mrazek is 1-2-1 with a 3.16 GAA and an .897 save percentage this season. He has an extremely tough foe Saturday, as Boston is a league-best 15-2-0 while scoring an NHL-high 69 goals this season.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: On wrong side of shutout

    Mrazek allowed three goals on 32 shots in Monday's 3-0 loss to the Hurricanes. Mrazek didn't receive any help in this contest, while the Hurricanes got two goals in the first period and one more in the second to cruise to the win. The loss dropped Mrazek to 1-2-1 through five appearances, and he's allowed 15 goals on 146 shots. The 30-year-old hasn't won in his two starts since returning from a groin injury, so he could face a challenge from Arvid Soderblom for playing time. The Blackhawks host the Blues on Wednesday.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Set to face Hurricanes

    Mrazek was the first goalie off the ice at the morning skate, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports, indicating he will start Monday at home against Carolina. Mrazek stopped 33 shots in a 2-1 overtime loss to Los Angeles last Thursday during his return to the lineup from a groin injury. He has a 1-1-1 record through four games this season while surrendering 12 goals on 114 shots.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Unlucky in overtime loss

    Mrazek (groin) stopped 33 of 35 shots in Thursday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Kings. Mrazek put together a spectacular return from the injured list, but a Kevin Fiala goal with 1.4 seconds left in overtime spoiled his outing. Prior to the groin injury, Mrazek had allowed 10 goals in three games, so this was easily his best outing of the season. He's now 2-1-0 through four contests with 11 goals allowed on 114 shots. With Alex Stalock (concussion) still out, Mrazek should retake the No. 1 job in goal for Chicago. Next up is a road game versus the hapless Ducks on Saturday.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Set to start Thursday

    Mrazek (groin) is slated to guard the road net in Thursday's game against Los Angeles, according to Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times. Mrazek hasn't played between the pipes since Oct. 21 because of his groin injury. He had been on the injured reserve list, but he was activated Monday. Before he got hurt, he had gotten off to a rough start this season, stopping 69 of 79 shots over three starts. The Kings rank 13th offensively with 3.27 goals per game.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Taken off IR

    Mrazek (groin) has been activated from injured reserve, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports. In a corresponding move, the Blackhawks moved goaltender Alex Stalock (concussion protocol) to injured reserve. Mrazek will be available for Thursday's game against Los Angeles after missing eight contests with a groin strain.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Closing in on return

    Mrazek (groin) could return to action at some point during Chicago's upcoming West Coast road trip, which begins Nov. 10 against the Kings, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Mrazek began skating Sunday, but he's frequently dealt with groin issues over the past three seasons, so the Blackhawks aren't going to rush him back. Alex Stalock will continue to operate as Chicago's No. 1 netminder until Mrazek is ready to return.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Skates Sunday

    Mrazek (groin) skated Sunday, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Mrazek remains on injured reserve after he suffered a groin strain Oct. 21 against Detroit. The Blackhawks plan to bring him along slowly this week.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Lands on IR

    Mrazek (groin) was placed on injured reserve Sunday. Mrazek was injured in Friday's game against Detroit. He will be unavailable for a week, starting with Sunday's contest against Seattle. This shifts Alex Stalock into the No. 1 goalie position for the Blackhawks with call-up Arvid Soderblom as the backup.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Not practicing Saturday

    Mrazek (groin) is not at practice Saturday, according to Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times. Mrazek was injured in Friday's game against Detroit and left the game after the second period. Alex Stalock and Arvid Soderblom are the netminders at practice Saturday. Stalock should be considered the likely starter for Sunday's game versus Seattle.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: Exits Friday's game

    Mrazek (undisclosed) will not return to Friday's game against the Red Wings. Mrazek did not return to the contest after the second intermission. He was tagged with three goals on 18 shots before being replaced by Alex Stalock. Mrazek will likely undergo further testing before there's an official update on his status.
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  • Blackhawks' Petr Mrazek: In goal against Detroit

    Mrazek will start between the pipes in Friday's home game versus the Red Wings, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Mrazek played pretty well in his last appearance Saturday against San Jose, stopping 24 of 26 shots en route to a convincing 5-2 victory. The 30-year-old netminder will try to secure a second straight win in a home matchup with a Detroit team that's racked up 12 goals through its first three games of the season.
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