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Apr 16, 2022 7 26 33 -1.8
Apr 12, 2022 2 28 30
Apr 10, 2022 2 23 25
Apr 8, 2022 2 19 21
Apr 5, 2022 4 18 22

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2021 3526.8 35 14 1320 4 2.17
2020 117.64.9 13 8 598 2.96
2019 297.85.7 29 13 1434 3 2.85
3y Avg. 266.455.9 26 12 1276 1 2.83
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Fantasy News

  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Suffered torn MCL

    Andersen missed the final six games of the regular season and the entirety of the playoffs after suffering a torn MCL on April 16 versus the Avalanche, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Andersen was evidently nearing a return, but the Hurricanes were eliminated from the playoffs by the Rangers before the Danish netminder could rejoin the lineup. Assuming he makes a full recovery, Andersen will presumably return to his role as Carolina's No. 1 netminder in 2022-23. He went 35-14-3 while posting an admirable 2.17 GAA and .922 save percentage through 52 regular-season appearances this year.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Attends Monday's practice session

    Andersen (lower body) was on the ice for a portion of Monday's practice, though coach Rod Brind'Amour wouldn't provide more of an update, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. At this point, Andersen should be considered status quo heading into Game 4 against the Rangers on Tuesday, so fantasy players should continue to expect him to remain sidelined indefinitely until the team provides a clearer update. As long as Antti Raanta continues to get his team through, the Canes are unlikely to rush Andersen back into the nets.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Limited participant at practice

    Andersen (lower body) was a limited participant at Thursday's practice, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports. Although Andersen is clearly making progress in his recovery, he'll need to log at least one full practice before potentially making his postseason debut. Antti Raanta has been excellent for the Hurricanes in Andersen's absence, so there's no reason for Carolina to rush him back before he's fully healthy.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Return timeline still uncertain

    Andersen (lower body) will not play Tuesday against the Bruins, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. There's no real update on Andersen's status at this point. Per head coach Rod Brind'Amour, he still hasn't gotten back on the ice, and the team won't have an update until he does. Tuesday will be his 11th straight absence.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Remains out of lineup

    Andersen won't be available Sunday for Game of the Hurricanes' first-round series against the Bruins due to a lower-body injury, CardiacCane.com reports. Antti Raanta's starting with Pyotr Kochetkov working in a backup role. The Hurricanes lead the series 2-1 and have thus far outplayed Boston without needing Andersen, who has been skating on his own but remains without a concrete return timeline.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Still sidelined

    Andersen (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup for Wednesday's Game 2 against the Bruins, CardiacCane.com reports. The Hurricanes likely don't feel the need to rush Andersen back, as Antti Raanta was fantastic in Monday's Game 1 versus Boston, stopping 35 of 36 shots en route to a 5-1 victory. Barring a poor performance, Raanta will almost certainly continue to operate as Carolina's workhorse in goal until Andersen is ready to return.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Ruled out of Game 1

    Andersen (undisclosed) won't be available for Monday's Game 1 versus the Bruins, Sara Civian of The Athletic reports. Andersen skated on his own Sunday, which is a step in the right direction, but he'll presumably need to practice with the team before making his postseason debut. With Andersen on the shelf, look for Antti Raanta or Pyotr Kochetkov to get the start in goal in Game 1.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Still not skating

    Andersen (undisclosed) has yet to resume skating according to coach Rod Brind'Amour, Chip Alexander of The Raleigh News & Observer reports Thursday. Given the fact that Andersen has yet to get back on the ice, fantasy players should probably anticipate him missing some of the playoffs in addition to Thursday's regular-season finale. Still, despite the layoff, Andersen should immediately reclaim his spot as the preferred option between the pipes whenever given the all-clear to return.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Out at least one week

    Andersen (undisclosed) will miss at least a week before being re-evaluated, according to coach Rod Brind'Amour, Sara Civian of The Athletic reports Monday. It's certainly not good news for the Hurricanes, who will be without their starting netminder for at least the next four games. During Andersen's absence, Antti Raanta will be tasked with the goaltending duties, though a back-to-back versus the Devils and Islanders on Saturday and Sunday, respectively, could see Pyotr Kochetkov pressed into service. It's been a fantastic year for the 32-year-old Andersen, who got back over the 30-win threshold for the first time since 2018-19 when he was with Toronto.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Exits with injury in third period

    Andersen (undisclosed) needed assistance getting off the ice in the third period of Saturday's game versus the Avalanche, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Andersen was hurt late in the third period after making a save. He allowed seven goals on 33 shots prior to the injury. It's never a good sign when a player needs help off the ice, and it would be a huge blow for the Hurricanes to lose their top netminder for any amount of time. More information on his status should surface before Monday's game versus the Coyotes. If Andersen misses time, Antti Raanta would take over as the starter and Alex Lyon would likely be recalled from AHL Chicago to serve as backup.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Slated to start Saturday

    Andersen is expected to be in goal versus the Avalanche on the road Saturday, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Andersen watched from the bench against Detroit on Thursday but will be back in the crease as he looks to extend his two-game winning streak. With 35 wins on the year, the veteran is just three victories shy of matching the career best he set back in 2017-18 while with the Maple Leafs.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Getting close to career mark

    Andersen made 28 saves in a 4-2 victory over the Rangers on Tuesday. He's part of the NHL's top penalty kill, which shut down the NHL's second-ranked power play (0-4 with just four shots on the night). Andersen was beaten by K'Andre Miller at the 1:03 mark of the second period when the Rangers' defender cut to the right post and converted a cross-crease post from Mika Zibanejad. That made it 1-0. Chris Kreider scored his 50th of the season at 18:22 of the third period with the Rangers' net empty to draw the game to 3-2., but that was it. Andersen is now 35-13-3, and with eight games left for the Canes, he has every change to best his career win mark of 38 (2017-18).
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Between pipes versus Rangers

    Andersen will tend the twine in Tuesday's road matchup against the Rangers. Andersen has appeared in five of the Canes' last six contests in which he posted a 2-3-0 record and 2.27 GAA. With just one more victory, the 32-year-old Dane will reach the 35-win mark for the fourth time in his nine-year NHL career. Heading into the postseason, Andersen should be the Game 1 starter and could get some rest down the stretch in order to get him ready for a deep run.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Snaps skid versus Ducks

    Andersen stopped 23 of 25 shots in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Ducks. Andersen entered Sunday on a three-game losing skid, but he was able to put that to rest with little trouble from the Ducks. That run was just the second time all season the 32-year-old netminder has lost three games in a row. He's at 34-14-3 with a 2.07 GAA and a .925 save percentage in 50 appearances this season. Andersen will likely get the nod again Tuesday versus the Rangers in a battle between the Metropolitan Division's top two teams.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Facing Ducks on Sunday

    Andersen will get the starting nod at home against Anaheim on Sunday, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. As expected, Andersen will look to snap his three-game losing streak. The 32-year-old goalie has fallen to 33-13-3 but he's still sporting a terrific 2.07 GAA and .926 save percentage through 49 games this season. He turned away 31 of 32 shots in a Nov. 18 victory over the Ducks.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Likely starting Sunday

    Andersen will likely start Sunday against the Ducks, Chip Alexander of The Raleigh News & Observer reports. There's a chance fellow netminder Antti Raanta could still start Sunday, but he sat out the Hurricanes' morning skate, so it's looking like Andersen will get the nod for a second straight contest.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Gets starting nod

    Andersen will guard the home goal during Friday's matchup with the Islanders, Chip Alexander of The Raleigh News & Observer reports. Andersen struggled in his last start Tuesday versus the Sabres, surrendering four goals on just 18 shots en route to a 4-2 defeat. He'll try to shake off that poor performance and get back in the win column in a home matchup with an Isles team that's 14-15-5 on the road this year.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Trampled by Buffalo

    Andersen stopped 18 shots in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Sabres. Carolina scored the only goal of the first period, but the game was all Buffalo after that as Andersen didn't play up to his usual standards. The veteran netminder hadn't allowed more than three goals in a game in over a month, but despite a stellar 2.02 GAA and .914 save percentage over his last nine starts, he's managed only a 4-4-1 record during that stretch.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Gets starting nod

    Andersen will start between the pipes in Tuesday's road game versus the Sabres, Chip Alexander of The Raleigh News & Observer reports. Andersen wasn't great in his last appearance Saturday versus Minnesota, surrendering three goals on just 19 shots en route to a 3-1 defeat. He'll try to shake off that lousy performance and get back in the win column in a road matchup with a Buffalo team that's 13-17-6 at home this year.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Can't stop Wild

    Andersen made 16 saves in a 3-1 loss to Minnesota on Saturday. His opponent, Marc-Andre Fleury, was more than twice as busy as the Andersen in a game that was tilted hard at the Wild net. But Minnesota took full advantage of its opportunities to put up three before the Dane's mates finally scored. Mats Zuccarello wired a wrister from above the left face-off circle on a first period power play that eluded Andersen. Dmitry Kulikov fooled him early in the second and Kirill Kaprizov threaded the puck through a sliver of space inside the left post from a sharp angle to push the Wild up 3-0 at 7:24 of the third. The Wild are 8-0-1 in the past nine games, so this loss wasn't on Andersen. He'll get his 34th win soon enough.
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