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Dec 1, 2022 1 10 11 6
Nov 29, 2022 2 30 32 9
Nov 25, 2022 3 38 41 4.6
Nov 23, 2022 3 23 26 1.6
Nov 21, 2022 4 19 23 -0.2

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2022 43.25.4 4 1 186 1 2.30
2021 206.7 3 55 0.00
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Appearance in relief nets win

    Kochetkov stopped 10 of 11 shots in relief after he came into Thursday's 6-4 win over the Blues. He earned the win. Kochetkov has been outplaying Antti Raanta lately, as the latter had allowed three goals on 15 shots Thursday before getting pulled to start the third. We don't know if the Canes are going to ride the hot hand, which is certainly Kochetkov, during Frederik Andersen's injury absence (lower body), or if pushing the rookie becomes a necessity should Raanta be hurting, which may be possible given his slow reactions to plays, especially in the second frame. Monitor this situation very closely.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Earns win in overtime

    Kochetkov stopped 30 of 32 shots in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime win over Pittsburgh. Kochetkov allowed a goal early in the first period to Sidney Crosby and one late in the third to Jake Guentzel but was perfect in between as the Hurricanes beat the Penguins in overtime. Kochetkov snapped a four-game winless skid, improving to 3-1-3 with a .917 save percentage this season. The 23-year-old netminder has started five of Carolina's last six games over Antti Raanta while Frederik Andersen (lower body) remains sidelined.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Starting in Pittsburgh

    Kochetkov will guard the road goal verses the Penguins on Tuesday, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Kochetkov was solid in his last outing, turning away 38 of 41 shots against the Bruins on Friday, but he ultimately took a loss due to insufficient goal support. He'll try to rebound with a win against a Pittsburgh team that's averaging 3.45 goals per game this campaign, ninth in the NHL.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Comes up short in OT

    Kochetkov stopped 38 shots in Friday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Bruins. The young netminder did well just to earn a point for the Hurricanes given the volume of rubber he faced, but Kochetkov did squander a 2-0 lead Carolina built in the first period, and he got caught just a bit too deep in his crease on David Pastrnak's power-play winner in OT -- although even perfect positioning might not have been enough to deny Pastrnak's rocket shot. Kochetkov has started four straight games for the 'Canes, going 0-1-3, but Antti Raanta should be back between the pipes for Saturday's clash with the Flames.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Gets Friday's start

    Kochetkov will defend the home crease against Boston on Friday. Kochetkov picked up his first career regulation NHL loss Wednesday, giving up three goals on 26 shots to the Coyotes. Kochetkov is 2-1-2 with a 2.22 GAA and a .908 save percentage. He will have a tough matchup against the Bruins, who are leading the NHL with an average of 4.05 goals per contest.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: First regulation loss in NHL

    Kochetkov made 23 saves in a 4-0 loss to the Coyotes on Wednesday. He allowed three goals. Nick Schmaltz beat him on the Coyotes' first shot of the game and only shot of the first frame, scoring off the rush with a wrister from the left circle. Kochetkov made several saves that kept his team in the game, but he couldn't get in front of a Lawson Crouse shot in the third that hit a player in front and dropped onto the big forward's stick. Nick Bjugstad put in Arizona's third goal on a rebound in tight. Kochetkov lost in regulation for the first time in eight NHL games (seven starts).
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Will start Wednesday

    Kochetkov will start at home against Arizona on Wednesday. Kochetkov stopped 19 of 23 shots in a 4-3 loss to Winnipeg on Monday. Antti Raanta was originally expected to start Wednesday, but he tweaked something, according to Cory Lavalette of North State Journal. Raanta will still serve as the backup goaltender. Kochetkov has an opportunity here to have a strong start given that the Coyotes rank 29th offensively with 2.59 goals per game.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Signs four-year extension

    Kochetkov signed a four-year contract extension with Carolina on Wednesday, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Kochetkov's new deal will carry an average annual value of $2 million. He has appeared in seven career games with the Hurricanes, posting a 5-0-2 record with a 2.16 GAA and a .909 save percentage. Kochetkov has made NHL four starts this season due to the absence of Frederik Andersen (lower body).
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Loses in overtime

    Kochetkov allowed four goals on 23 shots in Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to Winnipeg. Kochetkov struggled from the start Monday, allowing a first-period goal to Pierre-Luc Dubois. However, the Canes were able to overcome a late 3-0 deficit and force overtime before Josh Morrissey beat Kochetkov on a breakaway. The 23-year-old Kochetkov is now 2-0-2 on the season, dropping his last two starts in overtime, with a .914 save percentage. He'll continue to back up Antti Raanta while Frederik Andersen (lower body) remains sidelined.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Tending twine Monday

    Kochetkov will get the starting nod in Winnipeg on Monday, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Kochetkov has been impressive in his limited NHL action this season. The rookie netminder has allowed just four goals on 70 shots through three starts, giving him a .943 save percentage alongside a 2-1-0 record. Monday will be his third consecutive road outing as he looks to bounce back from his first career loss.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Can't hold on Saturday

    Kochetkov allowed two goals on 21 shots in Saturday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Wild. Kochetkov had a 1-0 lead to protect for over 40 minutes, but he couldn't get it to the finish line. Sam Steel tied the game in the third period and Alex Goligoski won it for the win 1:12 into overtime. Despite the setback, Kochetkov has been effective through his three starts so far. He's allowed just four goals on 70 shots and posted a 2-0-1 record with one shutout. Antti Raanta has seen the more difficult matchups in a particularly tricky part of the schedule, but Kochetkov is showing that it's only economics that keeps him off the NHL roster when both Raanta and Frederik Andersen (undisclosed) are healthy.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Starting versus Minnesota

    Kocketkov will defend the road crease against Minnesota on Saturday, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports. Kochetkov has been outstanding in replacing the injured Frederik Andersen (lower body) on the Carolina roster, as he is 2-0-0 while giving up only two goals in 49 shots. He is coming off a 3-0 shutout win over Chicago on Monday and faces the Wild, who have lost two in a row and are scoring a modest 2.76 goals per game this season.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Earns first career shutout

    Kochetkov posted a 27-save shutout in Monday's 3-0 win over the Blackhawks. Kochetkov was playing just his fifth career regular-season game. He had an excellent outing and rode an early lead to his first shutout. The 23-year-old's only losses came in last year's postseason -- he's a perfect 5-0-0 to begin his regular-season career, including two wins this season. A tougher test awaits Thursday versus the Avalanche, though Kochetkov and Antti Raanta have been splitting starts evenly with Frederik Andersen (undisclosed) on the shelf.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Starting in Chicago

    Kochetkov was the first goalie off the ice at the morning skate, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports, indicating he will start Monday on the road versus Chicago. Kochetkov made 20 saves in a 7-2 win over Edmonton last Thursday during his season debut. He has been sharing starts with Antti Raanta because Frederik Andersen (lower body) has been unavailable.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Wins in season debut

    Kochetkov made 20 saves in a 7-2 win over Edmonton on Thursday. It was his season debut and coach Rod Brind'Amour was quick to commend him post game: "I really liked [Kochetkov's] game. He came in in a tough spot against a high-powered team and he made some huge saves. That's the difference in the game there early and we kind of settled in." Kochetkov competes hard and could be in line for a few more starts with Frederik Andersen out short term with a lower-body injury.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Slated to start Thursday

    Kochetkov is expected to guard the home net against Edmonton on Thursday. Kochetkov was called up by Carolina because Frederik Andersen (undisclosed) is unavailable. Antti Raanta started in Wednesday's 3-0 loss to Florida, so Kochetkov will get an opportunity to make his NHL season debut. He drew a tough assignment given that the Oilers have averaged 3.79 goals per game this season. Edmonton is missing one of their top forwards in Evander Kane (wrist), but they still have Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl. Kochetkov has a 3.00 GAA and .911 save percentage in five AHL games this season.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Summoned from minors

    Kochetkov was called up from AHL Chicago on Tuesday. Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports Frederik Andersen may have gotten injured at practice Tuesday, so Kochetkov was recalled as an insurance option. Ondrej Kase (concussion) was placed on injured reserve in a corresponding move. Kochetkov could play during this stint with the big club if Andersen is unable to suit up Wednesday versus the Panthers or Thursday versus the Oilers.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Waived for assignment

    Kochetkov hit the waiver wire Wednesday to reassign him to the minors, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Kochetkov stopped 26 of 29 shots in Tuesday's preseason clash with the Sabres but was a long shot to make the 23-man roster for Opening Night. Unless there is an injury to Frederick Andersen or Antti Raanta, Kochetkov shouldn't be expected to make his way back to the NHL any time soon.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Assigned to AHL affiliate

    Kochetkov was assigned to AHL Chicago on Tuesday. Kochetkov will join Chicago for the AHL's Western Conference finals. The 22-year-old netminder went 13-1-2 while posting an admirable 2.09 GAA and .921 save percentage through 15 minor-league appearances during the regular season.
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  • Hurricanes' Pyotr Kochetkov: Stops 10 in relief

    Kochetkov stopped 10 of 12 shots after replacing Antti Raanta in the second period of Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Rangers. Kochetkov allowed a pair of goals after Raanta was pulled in the loss. The rookie goaltender has an .889 save percentage in three postseason appearances (the first two coming in Carolina's opening-round matchup against the Bruins). Kochetkov should continue to serve as Raanta's backup while Frederik Andersen (lower body) remains sidelined.
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