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Blues' Jordan Binnington: Avoids knee surgery
Binnington will not require surgery on his injured knee, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports Tuesday.
Binnington appeared to have rediscovered his game in the playoffs, going 4-1 with a 1.75 GAA in five outings before suffering a knee injury in Game 3 against Colorado on May 21. The 28-year-old netminder found himself watching from the bench for much of the regular season in favor of Ville Husso but will no doubt be hoping his playoff performance can propel him into resecuring the starting job heading into the 2022-23 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Done for series
Binnington (knee) will not play against Colorado in Round 2 but could be available for Round 3, if the Blues advance, Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic reports.
The netminder was injured during the first period of Game 3 on Saturday. Thankfully, Binnington does not need surgery, but he's nonetheless unavailable as the Blues look to bounce back from a 2-1 series deficit. Ville Husso will assume starting duties with the recently recalled Charlie Lindgren backing up.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Dealing with lower-body injury
Binnington is being evaluated for a lower-body injury, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Binnington was hurt in the first period of Saturday's Game 3. There was some concern of an upper-body injury due to head contact on the play, but that worry has been quelled with this latest update. Binnington will likely be considered day-to-day going forward, and Ville Husso would be expected to start Monday's Game 4 if the former isn't ready to play.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Injury details clarified
Binnington is dealing with a suspected knee sprain, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Rutherford adds if the knee sprain is confirmed, Binnington would be at risk of missing multiple weeks. This will likely mean the Blues have to turn to Ville Husso as the starter for the remainder of the team's playoff run, while Charlie Lindgren or Joel Hofer will be called up from AHL Springfield.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Hurt in net-front collision
Binnington (undisclosed) suffered an injury in Saturday's Game 3 versus the Avalanche, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Binnington was run into by Avalanche center Nazem Kadri and Blues defenseman Calle Rosen as the two players competed for a rebound in front of the net. There was contact with Binnington's head on the play, which is never a good sign. Ville Husso replaced him in goal.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Guarding cage Saturday
Binnington will guard the home goal Saturday versus the Avalanche in Game 3, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Binnington has won four of his five playoff starts, including both of his games at home. The 28-year-old put in a strong effort Thursday versus the Avalanche, stopping 30 of 31 shots to help the Blues tie the series at one game apiece. He'll need a similarly strong effort Saturday, as the Avs have rarely been kept quiet for extended lengths of time.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Bounces back in Game 2
Binnington stopped 30 of 31 shots in Thursday's 4-1 win over the Avalanche in Game 2.
The Blues' defense was sharper in this contest, and Binnington took care of most of the shots that got through. The only goal he allowed was a Gabriel Landeskog power-play tally on a rebound. This was Binnington's fourth win in five playoff shots, and he'll likely be back between the pipes as the series shifts to St. Louis for Game 3 on Saturday.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Between pipes Thursday
Binnington will guard the road goal Thursday versus the Avalanche in Game 2, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Binnington made 51 saves in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Avalanche in Game 1. It was his first loss in four playoff contests after he retook control of the starting role from Ville Husso midway through the first round. Binnington will need some defensive help from his teammates to keep his workload down against a dangerous offense Thursday.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Makes 51 saves in overtime loss
Binnington stopped 51 of 54 shots in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Avalanche in Game 1.
Binnington did everything he could to keep it close as the Avalanche pressed in the second and third periods. They couldn't solve him before Jordan Kyrou tied the game with a power-play goal. In overtime, the Blues failed to register a shot, while Binnington stopped the first 12 he faced before Josh Manson beat him. Through four appearances, Binnington's allowed only eight goals, but the Avalanche showed just how much stronger they are than the Wild with the onslaught in Tuesday's Game 1. Expect the 28-year-old to get a chance to even the series in Game 2 on Thursday.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: In goal for Game 1
Per Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic, Binnington was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate, indicating he'll guard the road goal during Tuesday's Game 1 versus Colorado.
Binnington was fantastic after replacing Ville Husso as St. Louis' No. 1 option in goal starting with Game 5 of the Blues' first-round matchup with the Wild, securing three straight wins while posting an impressive 1.67 GAA and .943 save percentage. The 28-year-old will try to secure his fourth victory of the playoffs in a rough road matchup with an Avalanche team that racked up 21 goals through four games during its first-round sweep of the Predators.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Clinches series Thursday
Binnington stopped 25 of 26 shots in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Wild in Game 6.
The Blues had a 4-0 lead by the end of the second period, so Binnington just had to guide it home. The only goal he allowed was to Matt Dumba with 13:35 left in the game. Binnington won the last three games of the first-round series, allowing only five goals on 88 shots. He'll be the presumptive starter for the Blues as they take on the Avalanche in a tough second-round matchup.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Set to start Thursday
Binnington is slated to tend the twine at home versus the Wild in Thursday's Game 6.
Binnington is riding a two-game winning streak after having supplanted Ville Husso as the preferred option between the pipes for the Blues. In his two postseason appearances, the 28-year-old Binnington is sporting a .935 save percentage. If the netminder can secure the series victory with a win Thursday, he may cement himself as the No. 1 option for the rest of the playoffs, though Husso will no doubt be waiting in the wings.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Holds down fort Tuesday
Binnington allowed two goals on 32 shots in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Wild in Game 5.
A pair of Kirill Kaprizov power-play goals in the first period was all that Binnington surrendered. He settled in over the last two periods as the Blues surged for the win and 3-2 series lead. He's won both of his starts in the series, allowing four goals on 62 shots. Binnington will likely start again Thursday in Game 6 as the Blues look to finish off the series.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Set to start versus Wild
Binnington is expected to tend the twine against Minnesota for Tuesday's Game 5 on the road, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Binnington put together a solid performance in Game 4 in which he gave up just two goals on 30 shots (.933 save percentage). Based on that outing, the 28-year-old netminder will get the nod against Tuesday over Ville Husso who struggled in his last two outings, allowing nine goals on 59 shots. At this point, the Blues will likely continue to ride the hot hand and Binnington's hold on the starting gig should be considered tenuous at best.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Guarding cage Sunday
Binnington will get the starting nod at home against the Wild on Sunday, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Ville Husso coughed up nine goals on 59 shots in two games after posting a 37-save shutout in Game 1 against the Wild, so Binnington will try to get the Blues back in the win column Sunday. Binnington posted a 3.13 GAA and a .901 save percentage with an 18-14-4 record during the regular season.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Back to winning ways in playoffs
Binnington made 28 saves in Sunday's 5-2 Game 4 win over the Wild.
Ville Husso started the first three games of the series, but the Blues turned to Binnington after Husso allowed nine goals between Games 2 and 3. The playoff-tested Binnington delivered a strong performance, helping his team tie the series at two games apiece. Binnington has almost certainly earned the start for Tuesday's Game 5 with this outing, and his forgettable regular season is now a distant memory.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Luck runs out in Denver
Binnington allowed four goals on 33 shots in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Avalanche.
Binnington was shaky in extending his winning streak to five games Saturday in Arizona, but he couldn't pull off another lucky win Tuesday. The 28-year-old gave up a soft goal to start the third period that ended up being the difference. He's at 18-14-4 with a 3.13 GAA and a .901 save percentage in 37 outings this season. Ville Husso seems likely to start Friday's regular-season finale at home against the Golden Knights.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Slated to make road start
Per Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Binnington was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate, indicating he'll start between the pipes in Tuesday's road game against the Avalanche.
Binnington wasn't great in his last appearance Saturday against Arizona, surrendering four goals on just 20 shots, but he was still able to come away with a win thanks to strong goal support from his teammates. He'll try to extend his personal winning streak to six games in a road matchup with a slumping Colorado team that's lost four straight contests.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Sloppy in fifth straight win
Binnington stopped 16 of 20 shots in Saturday's 5-4 overtime win over the Coyotes.
The Blues took their foot off the gas in the third period, allowing the Coyotes to force overtime. Binnington was far from excellent in this one, but he did enough to get his fifth win in a row. The 28-year-old is up to 18-13-4 with a 3.10 GAA and a .902 save percentage through 36 appearances. The Blues' road trip continues in Anaheim on Sunday -- a game Ville Husso is likely to start.... See More ... See Less
Blues' Jordan Binnington: Slated to start
Per Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic, Binnington was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate, indicating he'll start between the pipes in Saturday's road game against Arizona.
Binnington has been excellent over the past two weeks, picking up four straight wins while posting a 4-0-0 GAA and an admirable 1.75 GAA and .944 save percentage. He'll try to secure his 18th victory of the season in a highly favorable road matchup with a Coyotes team that's 10-27-2 at home this year.... See More ... See Less
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