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Nov 2, 2023 2 24 26
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2023 30.45.1 4 1 127 2.87
2022 182.45.4 21 11 767 1 2.48
2021 3526.8 35 14 1320 4 2.17
3y Avg. 2185.9 23 11 895 2 2.45
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Increasing workload

    Andersen (illness) was in the starter's crease Monday in order to take more shots but is still without a clear recovery timeline, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Andersen continues to increase his work in the hope of getting back into the crease this season. With Antti Raanta (lower body) also unavailable, the team will turn to Spencer Martin against the Blackhawks on Monday. Once given the green light, Andersen should get the chance to reestablish himself as the No. 1 option in Carolina.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Ready for limited on-ice activities

    Andersen, who hasn't played since Nov. 2 because of a blood clotting issue, has been cleared to begin limited on-ice activities, the team announced Wednesday. There is no timetable for Andersen's return, but Carolina plans to offer more updates as the goaltender makes further progress. He has a 4-1-0 record, 2.87 GAA and .894 save percentage in six contests this season. The Hurricanes have been leaning heavily on Antti Raanta recently, but the 34-year-old netminder has left plenty to be desired with his 3.04 GAA and .870 save percentage across 23 games in 2023-24. When Andersen is back, he will likely compete with Raanta for starts, though Pyotr Kochetkov, who was loaned to AHL Chicago on Sunday, could rejoin the team after the All-Star break and might also remain in the mix.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Will start skating soon

    Andersen (illness) is still a month from returning to action but is expected to start skating soon. General manager Don Waddell told reporters Sunday, "Over the next week or 10 days, he'll start hitting the ice more," Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Andersen shouldn't be expected back until mid-to-late January but the fact that he is ready to start skating is certainly a step in the right direction. Until the veteran backstop is cleared to play, the Hurricanes figure to continue utilizing Pyotr Kochetkov as the primary option between the pipes. Having said that, Carolina added Aaron Dell on a professional tryout after having placed Antti Raanta on waivers over the weekend.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Out indefinitely

    Carolina announced Monday that Andersen will be out of action indefinitely after it was discovered that he has a blood clotting issue. The Hurricanes added that they are "confident that Freddie will be able to make a full recovery." Andersen, who was moved to injured reserve Monday, has posted a 4-1-0 record with a 2.87 GAA and an .894 save percentage in six appearances this season. At this time, Antti Raanta is projected to be the No. 1 netminder for the Hurricanes. Jaroslav Halak, who is with Carolina on a tryout basis, may get a chance to fill in as well during Andersen's absence. Pyotr Kochetkov could also be in the mix for playing time between the pipes.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: First loss since return from injury

    Andersen made 24 saves in a 2-1 loss to the Rangers on Thursday. Chris Kreider beat Andersen on the power play in the first frame. And Will Cuylle scored the eventual winner with 9:39 remaining in the game. It was Andersen's first loss since his return from injury, and he's 4-1-0 on the season. His 2.87 GAA and .894 save percentage look dull from the outside, but the the Hurricanes continue to sharpen their game. As long as he stays healthy, Andersen will be a solid fantasy play.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Facing Rangers

    Per Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site, Andersen was the first goaltender off the ice at practice and is expected to patrol the crease versus the Rangers on Thursday. Andersen is 4-0-0 this season, giving up 13 goals on 116 shots. He has played two strong games in a row, defeating Seattle and Philadelphia while giving up only four goals on 54 shots. Andersen will face the Rangers, who are returning home after going a perfect 5-0-0 on their Western road trip.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Earns win vs. Flyers

    Andersen stopped 26 of 28 shots in a 3-2 win over the Flyers on Monday. Andersen got off to a shaky start Monday, allowing two goals on just seven shots in the first period, but he'd settle down and blank the Flyers over the final two frames en route to a 3-2 win. Andersen remains unbeaten this season, improving to 4-0-0 despite a mediocre .888 save percentage through five starts. The Hurricanes will be back in action Thursday in a road matchup with the Rangers.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Starting in Philadelphia

    Andersen will defend the road net Monday against Philadelphia, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Andersen has a 3-0-0 record this season, having stopped 77 of 88 shots through four games played. He has posted a mark of 11-4-3 with a 3.06 GAA and a .909 save percentage over 18 career contests against the Flyers.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Wins in return from injury

    Andersen made 24 saves in a 3-2 overtime win over the Kraken on Thursday. Andersen had missed the last three games after taking a puck to the mask in a win at San Jose on Oct. 17. He was exactly what the Hurricanes needed to snap a three-game losing streak. The net belongs to Andersen as long as he's healthy, but he won't have a heavy workload -- he gets injured far too much. But while he's in the blue paint, Andersen should be in your lineup, too.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Starting versus Kraken

    Andersen will protect the home goal versus the Kraken on Thursday, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Andersen hasn't played since taking a puck off the mask versus the Sharks on Oct. 17. He was the backup for the Hurricanes' 3-0 loss to the Lightning on Tuesday, and Andersen will get back in the crease a game later. The Dane has allowed nine goals on 62 shots through his three appearances this season.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Remains unavailable

    Andersen (upper body) won't be in the lineup Saturday against Colorado, Ryan Boulding of NHL.com reports. Andersen will miss a second straight contest after exiting Tuesday's 6-3 win over San Jose early in the first period. Carolina will continue to be cautious him, so Antti Raanta is poised to make another start.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Sitting out Thursday

    Andersen (upper body) will sit out Thursday's game versus the Kraken, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Andersen left his last start in the first period after getting hit in the mask. The 34-year-old's absence is being described as precautionary, so there's little reason for long-term concern at this time. Pyotr Kochetkov will back up Antti Raanta in Seattle.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Leaves start in first period

    Andersen left Tuesday's game versus the Sharks for precautionary reasons after taking a shot to the mask. The Hurricanes didn't specify the nature of the injury, but it's safe to assume it's an upper-body issue for the goalie. Andersen stopped one of two shots prior to his exit. Antti Raanta took over in goal and would likely assume the starter role if Andersen misses any additional time beyond Tuesday.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Holds on for shootout win

    Andersen stopped 25 of 30 shots in Saturday's 6-5 shootout win over the Kings. The Hurricanes led 5-2 just after the middle of the second period, but Andersen couldn't make that lead stick. Despite the late fade, he ended up stopping seven of nine shootout attempts to secure his second in as many starts this season. Andersen has allowed eight goals on 60 shots to begin 2023-24. He'll likely rotate regularly with Antti Raanta, as the Hurricanes are expected to use a tandem to keep both goalies fresh. Carolina plays again Sunday at Anaheim.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Starts season with a win

    Andersen stopped 27 of 30 shots in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Senators. Ottawa would tie the game 3-3 with a pair of goals in the third period against Andersen before the Hurricanes answered with two goals of their own to secure an Opening Night victory. The 34-year-old Andersen went 21-11-1 last year with a .903 save percentage and a 2.48 GAA. He'll likely split starting duties with Antti Raanta to open the 2023-24 campaign.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Starting Opening Night

    Andersen will guard the home goal versus the Senators on Wednesday. Andersen once again opens the season as the Hurricanes' top goalie with Antti Raanta as his understudy. The 34-year-old Andersen was limited to 34 games last season, recording a 21-11-1 record, a 2.48 GAA and a .903 save percentage, a down year by his standards. With Pyotr Kochetkov waiting in the minors, Andersen will need to stay sharp to keep the No. 1 job this year.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Signs two-year deal

    Andersen inked a two-year, $6.8 million pact with Carolina on Saturday, Pierre LeBrun of TSN reports. Andersen was reportedly set to land elsewhere but was able to finalize a deal to remain in Carolina. The club also re-signed Antti Raanta on Saturday, so fantasy players should expect the duo to split the workload heading into the 2023-24 campaign.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Looking to avoid elimination

    Andersen will start on the road in Wednesday's Game 4 versus the Panthers, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports. Andersen has allowed just four goals on 77 shots in two appearances during the Eastern Conference Finals, but he's ended up with a loss in both of those games. He'll get the chance to help the Hurricanes avoid elimination Wednesday, as the Panthers are looking to sweep the series.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Allows just one goal, but loses

    Andersen stopped 16 of 17 shots in a 1-0 loss to Florida in Game 3 on Monday. The only goal Andersen allowed was scored during a Panthers power play. Between him and Antti Raanta, who started in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, Carolina's goaltenders have surrendered just six goals on 103 shots in this series, but the Hurricanes' forwards have gone cold. Carolina now finds itself down 3-0 with Game 4 set to be played Wednesday. It wouldn't be surprising if Andersen started in the must-win contest, especially because Hurricanes coach Rod Brind'Amour's probable motivation for using Raanta in Game 2 was to rest Andersen after Thursday's quadruple-overtime contest. Fatigue shouldn't be a concern after the relatively light workload during Monday's outing. Andersen has a strong track record too, going 5-2 with a 1.58 GAA and a .937 save percentage in eight playoff appearances this year.
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  • Hurricanes' Frederik Andersen: Falls short in 4OT game

    Andersen stopped 57 of 60 shots in Thursday's 3-2 quadruple-overtime loss to the Panthers in Game 1. Andersen gave up a couple of goals to the Panthers' top line in the second period. He settled in for over 100 minutes of playing time before a late turnover in the fourth overtime led to Matthew Tkachuk's game-winning tally. This was the first time Andersen's been charged with a loss this postseason, and just the third time in seven outings he's given up multiple goals. Assuming he recovers well from the marathon game, he should be back in net for Game 2 on Saturday.
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