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Nov 21, 2022 3 24 27 6.8
Nov 13, 2022 2 19 21
Oct 28, 2022 2 19 21
Oct 20, 2022 4 27 31

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2022 21.85.5 3 1 89 2.77
2021 57.93.4 6 3 382 3.57
2020 65.43.4 5 8 417 1 2.86
3y Avg. 128.354.6 12 9 713 1 3.06
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  • Jets' David Rittich: Starting Friday

    Rittich will be between the home pipes against Columbus on Friday, Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press reports. Rittich has won his last three starts, giving up seven goals on 69 shots as he has not seen a lot of action in the last five weeks. He is 3-1-0 with a 2.77 GAA and an .890 save percentage in his first season with the Jets. He will face the Blue Jackets, who have scored only 60 goals in 21 games this season, but get back Patrik Laine from an ankle injury which sidelined him the last seven games.
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  • Jets' David Rittich: Earns overtime win

    Rittich stopped 26 of 29 shots in Monday's 4-3 overtime victory over the Hurricanes. Rittich was gifted a 3-0 lead before Carolina rallied for three goals in the final five minutes to force overtime. However, Josh Morrissey was able to net the winner in OT and preserve a win for Rittich. The 30-year-old netminder is now 3-1-0 with a .891 save percentage in limited action backing up Connor Hellebuyck.
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  • Jets' David Rittich: Slated to play against Canes

    Rittich is set to defend the cage at home versus Carolina on Monday, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports. Rittich will be making just his fourth appearance in the crease this season and figures to be one of the least utilized backups in the NHL this year. The 30-year-old netminder's lack of starts isn't due to his performance but rather Connor Hellebuyck being a workhorse goalie that wants to play as much as possible.
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  • Jets' David Rittich: Picks up overtime win

    Rittich allowed two goals on 21 shots in Sunday's 3-2 overtime win over the Kraken. Rittich didn't get to play with a lead in the contest. The Jets bounced back from a couple of one-goal deficits and Mark Scheifele sealed the win 54 seconds into overtime. Rittich is now 2-1-0 with eight goals allowed in his three appearances so far. Connor Hellebuyck has been excellent as the Jets' primary goalie, so Rittich will likely be confined to a backup role with infrequent playing time.
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  • Jets' David Rittich: Starting in Seattle

    Rittich will get the starting nod in Seattle on Sunday, Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press reports. Rittich will make his third appearance of the year for Winnipeg. He's allowed six goals on 52 shots in two outings so far, going 1-1-0 in the process. Rittich has yet to make a start at home this season. He posted an .898 save percentage on the road during the 2021-22 campaign.
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  • Jets' David Rittich: Nabs overtime win

    Rittich stopped 19 of 21 shots in Friday's 3-2 overtime win over the Coyotes. Rittich was beat twice by Christian Fischer in the first period and then settled in the rest of the way. The Jets went on for a comeback win to earn Rittich his first victory of the year in his second start. The 30-year-old has allowed six goals on 52 shots while serving as the backup to Connor Hellebuyck.
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  • Jets' David Rittich: Expected to start Friday

    Rittich is expected to get the road start against Arizona on Friday. Rittich will make his second start of the season as the Jets are playing the second game of back-to-back contests. Rittich gave up four goals on 31 shots in a 5-2 loss to Vegas as he saw his only action in the second game of back-to-back games. He will face the Coyotes, who should be full of energy as they have their first ever game in the 5,000 seat Mullett Arena in Tempe.
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  • Jets' David Rittich: Loses team debut

    Rittich allowed four goals on 31 shots in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Golden Knights. The fifth goal was an empty-netter. Rittich got the damage out of the way early, giving up all four goals in the first period. The Jets pushed back a bit in the third but never came close to evening the score. The 30-year-old is coming off of a horrendous 2021-22, and he'll likely be starting games only when Connor Hellebuyck is being rested. Rittich shouldn't be expected to play that often, especially if he can't put together many positive results.
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  • Jets' David Rittich: Expected in goal Thursday

    Rittich is expected to start Thursday against Vegas, per Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun. Rittich is preparing for his first start of the season. He struggled with Nashville in 2021-22, posting a 6-3-4 record, 3.57 GAA and .896 save percentage in 17 contests. As long as Connor Hellebuyck is healthy, Rittich will likely be used sparingly. Unfortunately, his first opportunity of the season will likely be a difficult one. Vegas has a great offense and is off to an impressive 3-1-0 start.
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  • Jets' David Rittich: Slated to start

    Rittich is expected to start between the pipes in Wednesday's home preseason game versus the Flames, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports. At this point it isn't clear if Rittich will play the entirety of Wednesday night's exhibition game. The 30-year-old netminder was decent in his last preseason appearance Thursday against Montreal, stopping nine of the 10 shots he faced through two periods. Rittich is expected to enter the season as Winnipeg's No. 2 netminder behind Connor Hellebuyck.
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  • Jets' David Rittich: Set for two periods Thursday

    Rittich is slated to start and play two periods against the Canadiens on the road Thursday, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports. Rittich isn't exactly coming into Winnipeg on a high note after posting a career-worst 3.57 GAA in 17 appearances for the Predators last season. The 30-year-old netminder certainly shouldn't expect to see much in the way of starts behind workhorse Connor Hellebuyck who has played in the most games of any NHL netminder over the last three seasons.
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  • Jets' David Rittich: Moving north of border

    Rittich signed a one-year, $900,000 contract with the Jets on Wednesday. Rittich struggled as the Predators' backup last season, posting a 6-3-4 record with a 3.57 GAA and an .886 save percentage in 17 contests. He'll have a chance to fill the same role for the Jets behind another top starter in Connor Hellebuyck. Rittich seems unlikely to get more than 20-25 games, so he'll be a low-end option in fantasy even if his performance improves.
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  • Predators' David Rittich: Chased from Game 1

    Rittich surrendered five goals on 13 shots in 15:04 of ice time in Tuesday's 7-2 loss to the Avalanche in Game 1. The Avalanche's high-octane offense was far more than Rittich could handle. Connor Ingram stopped 30 of 32 shots in relief, which could see Rittich relegated to the backup role for Thursday's Game 2. Regardless of which goalie plays, the Avalanche score far too many goals to make either of them a good DFS option in what's expected to be a fairly quick series.
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  • Predators' David Rittich: Between pipes Tuesday

    Rittich will get the starting nod on the road against Colorado for Game 1 on Tuesday, Brooks Bratten of the Predators' official site reports. Rittich will continue to deputize in goal for the Predators while Juuse Saros (lower body) remains sidelined for at least the first two games of the postseason. In his last five appearances, the Czech netminder went 1-0-2 with a disastrous 4.82 GAA and .875 save percentage. Unless Rittich can find another level in his game, Nashville might be too far behind in the series by the time Saros is cleared to play.
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  • Predators' David Rittich: Prevails in shootout

    Rittich stopped 42 of 46 shots in Thursday's 5-4 shootout win over the Avalanche. The Predators battled back from an early deficit, and Rittich got better as the game went on. He made all three saves in the shootout to secure the win, his first since March 13. The 29-year-old is up to 6-3-4 with a 3.57 GAA and an .886 save percentage in 17 outings. Juuse Saros (lower body) may not be available to start the playoffs, so it's looking like Rittich could be the Predators' primary goalie going forward. Connor Ingram is expected to start Friday's regular-season finale versus the Coyotes.
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  • Predators' David Rittich: Starting Thursday

    Rittich will be between the pipes Thursday in Colorado, John Glennon of NHL.com reports. Rittich hasn't emerged victorious since March 13, a span of seven appearances that features an awful 4.67 GAA and .863 save percentage. Colorado's playoff seed is set, but Nashville could leapfrog Dallas and take over the first wild-card spot with a pair of victories, so the Predators should be plenty motivated in this one.
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  • Predators' David Rittich: Takes loss in relief

    Rittich took over in the third period, allowing two goals on five shots in Tuesday's 5-4 loss to the Flames. Rittich entered the game late in the third period after Juuse Saros left with a lower-body injury. A last-second goal from Matthew Tkachuk tied the game before Elias Lindholm's overtime goal handed Rittich the loss. The 29-year-old goaltender is now 5-3-4 on the season with a .883 save percentage.
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  • Predators' David Rittich: Kept busy in overtime loss

    Rittich allowed five goals on 47 shots in Sunday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Wild. Rittich was solid given the high volume of shots the Wild put up, but he came up just a couple of seconds short of forcing a shootout. The 29-year-old has been used sparingly behind Juuse Saros this season. Rittich is 5-3-3 with a 3.44 GAA and an .887 save percentage through 15 outings. The Predators have a back-to-back Thursday in Colorado and Friday in Arizona, which should afford him one more start in the regular season.
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  • Predators' David Rittich: Guarding crease Sunday

    Rittich will get the starting nod Sunday at home against the Wild. Rittich stopped all nine shots he faced in relief of Juuse Saros during Saturday's loss to the Lightning. The 29-year-old is 5-3-2 with a 3.33 GAA and an .886 save percentage through 14 games this season. He stopped 26 of 28 shots in a March 13 win over Minnesota.
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  • Predators' David Rittich: Perfect in relief

    Rittich was perfect in relief after taking the Predators' net at 2:08 of the third period Saturday during the 6-2 loss to the Lightning. He made nine saves. Rittich was solid in relief of starter Juuse Saros, who was saddled with the loss. The former is 5-3-2 with a 3.33 GAA and .886 save percentage. The Preds are four points up on Vegas for the final wild-card spot with four games remaining, and the team will likely rely heavily on Saros, not Rittich, to ensure that gap doesn't close.
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