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2022
2021 96.24 10 9 526 1 2.90
2020 70.65 6 6 338 1 2.42
3y Avg. 77.24.1 7 7 441 1 2.93
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Will not be at training camp

    Brossoit (hip surgery) will not be available for training camp, according to Steve Carp of The Sporting Tribune. Brossoit underwent offseason surgery on his hip and will miss all of training camp, leaving Logan Thompson to start in net with Adin Hill as the backup. There is no timetable for Brossoit's return at this time, but once he does return, he likely will start in the minors.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Progressing after surgery

    Brossoit (undisclosed) is "ahead of schedule" but likely won't be ready for Opening Night, Jason Gregor of OilersNation.com reports. With Robin Lehner (hip) out for the 2022-23 season, Brossoit and Logan Thompson are expected to handle the goaltending duties for Vegas. Brossoit underwent surgery this offseason and, while the progress has been good, it sounds like he could begin the year on injured reserve. The 29-year-old posted a 2.90 GAA and an .895 save percentage through a career-high 24 appearances last season. An extended absence for Brossoit or a hot start by Thompson could shape how the team utilizes the tandem once both are available.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Will undergo offseason surgery

    Brossoit (undisclosed) will need surgery during the offseason, coach Pete DeBoer told reporters Tuesday, per Jesse Granger of The Athletic. While the coach refused to provide any specifics regarding Brossoit's undisclosed injury, the fact that he will need to undergo a procedure certainly should raise some concerns for fantasy players. Even if the 29-year-old netminder is cleared in time for training camp, he could face a challenge for the No. 2 spot from Logan Thompson.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Lands on injured reserve

    Brossoit (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. Schoen didn't specify if this was a long-term injured reserve move or not, but the Golden Knights need to find cap relief to activate Mark Stone (back). With Brossoit having already missed 11 games over 26 days, he's met the requirements to be activated from LTIR whenever healthy. The 29-year-old goalie has already been ruled out through Saturday due to his absence from the Golden Knights' road trip.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Return timeline extends

    Brossoit (undisclosed) will not be a part of Vegas' upcoming road trip, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. Brossoit will remain absent from the Golden Knights' lineup for at least three more games, and likely for the foreseeable future with an undisclosed injury. The 29-year-old goalie has not played since March 15, when he posted an abysmal save percentage of .692, surrendering four goals in only 13 shot attempts. Despite the sub-900 save percentage on the year (.895), Brossoit has still orchestrated an overall record of 10-9-3. Expect Vegas to lean heavily on Robin Lehner to primarily guard the net for the time being.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Remains out

    Brossoit (undisclosed) is not close to returning, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. The Golden Knights' injury situation is unlikely to get any better in the near term -- Granger reports none of the team's injured players are close to returning. Brossoit has not played since March 15 and remains out indefinitely until he makes a return to practice. Robin Lehner and Logan Thompson have handled the goaltending duties in Brossoit's absence.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Unavailable Sunday

    Brossoit (undisclosed) will not be available Sunday against Vancouver, per the NHL's media site. Brossoit will be out for the fifth straight game and he hasn't made an appearance since March 15. In the meantime, Robin Lehner and Logan Thompson will handle the goaltending duties.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Out Friday

    Brossoit (undisclosed) will not be available Friday against the Kraken, per the NHL's media site. Brossoit has now been unavailable for the last four games. Logan Thompson will start again with Robin Lehner serving as the backup. There's currently no timeline for the 29-year-old Brossoit, but his next chance to suit up will be Sunday in Vancouver.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Not ready to return

    Brossoit (undisclosed) is not available for Wednesday's game versus the Kraken, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. While Brossoit remains sidelined, the Golden Knights will get a boost in their goaltending room with the return of Robin Lehner (lower body) to the backup role. Logan Thompson is set to start, while Brossoit's next chance to suit up is Friday's rematch versus the Kraken.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Unavailable again

    Brossoit (undisclosed) will not be in the lineup to face Chicago on Saturday, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. With both Brossoit and starter Robin Lehner (lower body) sidelined, the Knights will once again utilize Logan Thompson between the pipes against the Blackhawks. Even once cleared to play, Brossoit may be hard-pressed to secure regular starts if Thompson can help secure the team a playoff spot.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Dealing with undisclosed issue

    Brossoit (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup for Thursday's game versus Nashville, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. With Brossoit unavailable, Logan Thompson will get the start in goal against the Predators with Jiri Patera serving as his backup. At this point it isn't clear how long Brossoit will be sidelined.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Won't start Thursday

    Contrary to a previous report, Brossoit won't start Thursday's game versus the Panthers, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. Brossoit was expected to start, but Logan Thompson will get the nod instead. This may be a blessing in disguise for Brossoit's fantasy managers -- he's lost three straight games and facing the Panthers is a tough matchup for any player.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Starting Thursday against Panthers

    Brossoit is expected to start Thursday against visiting Florida, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. Brossoit has been terrible over a three-game losing streak, giving up 10 goals on just 68 shots. Things could remain ugly Thursday given that the Panthers boast the league's most prolific offense with an average 4.10 goals for and 36.7 shots for.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Gets hook in Winnipeg

    Brossoit allowed four goals on 13 shots before being pulled in the second period of Tuesday's 7-3 loss to the Jets. Logan Thompson was hardly any better, allowing three goals on 10 shots after replacing Brossoit, but Brossoit was saddled with the loss. With a 1-6-1 record over the past month, Brossoit has struggled at the worst time for a Vegas team that's locked in a tight playoff race. Robin Lehner (lower body) can't be back soon enough.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Guarding cage Tuesday

    Brossoit will guard the road goal Tuesday versus the Jets, Danny Webster of the Las Vegas Sun reports. Brossoit has gone 1-5-1 in his last seven appearances, posting a 3.03 GAA and an .888 save percentage in that span. Even with the Jets slumping a bit, they've still put up 19 goals in their last six games, so Brossoit could be challenged in this contest.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Can't stop skid Friday

    Brossoit allowed four goals on 32 shots in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Penguins. The fifth goal was an empty-netter. The Golden Knights rallied back from a two-goal deficit, but the Penguins pushed back for the win in the third. Brossoit took his second loss in as many nights, though he's provided decent goaltending in the absence of Robin Lehner (lower body). For the season, Brossoit is 10-8-3 with a 2.78 GAA and an .899 save percentage. Fantasy managers may feel more comfortable turning to the 28-year-old as a streaming option Sunday versus the Blue Jackets.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Guarding cage Friday

    Brossoit will get the starting nod in Pittsburgh on Friday, Josh Getzoff of PensTV reports. Brossoit stopped 21 of 23 shots in Thursday's loss to Buffalo. He's now 10-7-3 this season with a 2.72 GAA and a .901 save percentage through 22 games. The 28-year-old is 1-4-1 with an .890 save percentage over his last six outings.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Strong game in loss

    Brossoit made 21 saves in a 3-1 loss to the Sabres on Thursday. He allowed two goals. Brossoit made several strong saves to keep his team in the game, but he couldn't stop the game-winner. Late in the third, Victor Olofsson fired a perfect laser from the left circle over his shoulder and in off the bar. Brossoit is now the de facto starter with Robin Lehner (lower body) back in Vegas for medical assessment. The team will be in Pittsburgh on Friday and Columbus on Sunday.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Facing Sabres on Thursday

    Brossoit will defend the cage Thursday in Buffalo, per Jesse Granger of The Athletic. Brossoit has gone 4-3-3 with a 2.79 GAA and .896 save percentage over his last 10 appearances. At home, the Sabres have posted a weak 9-16-4 record while averaging 2.76 goals for and 30.1 shots on goal, ranking 25th and 24th, respectively. Buffalo also holds the 12th-ranked home power-play percentage at 23.4.
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  • Golden Knights' Laurent Brossoit: Sloppy in Friday's win

    Brossoit stopped 20 of 24 shots in Friday's 5-4 win over the Ducks. Brossoit wasn't very sharp in this one, but the Golden Knights' offense gave him sufficient support to get the win. He had gone 0-3-1 in four starts when Robin Lehner (upper body) was sidelined. Brossoit is now 10-6-3 with a 2.76 GAA and a .900 save percentage through 21 outings. He'll likely serve in a backup role for the remainder of the season.
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