Fantasy Stats

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2022
2021

Fantasy News

  • Bruins' Kyle Keyser: Lands two-way deal

    Keyser signed a one-year, two-way contract with Boston on Tuesday. Keyser has yet to make his NHL debut and he's spent the last two seasons playing at the AHL and ECHL levels. He posted a 2.75 GAA and .908 save percentage in 33 appearances with AHL Providence during the 2021-22 campaign. The 23-year-old likely won't see any time with Boston next season unless he's used as an injury replacement.
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  • Bruins' Kyle Keyser: Reassigned to AHL

    Keyser was demoted from the taxi squad to AHL Providence on Sunday, according to CBS Sports. Keyser has shuffled between the minors and the taxi squad multiple times this month. The 22-year-old likely won't see any time with the big club this season.
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  • Bruins' Kyle Keyser: Quick return to taxi squad

    Keyser rejoined the taxi squad Thursday, per CapFriendly. Keyser was sent to AHL Providence earlier in the day, but he quickly came back to the taxi squad. It's unlikely the 22-year-old plays at the NHL level this season, as Jeremy Swayman would likely be summoned to the NHL if Linus Ullmark or Tuukka Rask get hurt.
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  • Bruins' Kyle Keyser: Sent to AHL affiliate

    Keyser was reassigned to AHL Providence from the taxi squad Thursday, Mark Divver of the New England Hockey Journal reports. Keyser has yet to make his NHL debut and likely won't do so this season as long as Linus Ullmark and Tuukka Rask remain healthy.
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  • Bruins' Kyle Keyser: Returned to minor-league affiliate

    Keyser was reassigned to AHL Providence on Saturday. Although he's been sent to the AHL, Keyser will likely be back with the big club ahead of Sunday's game versus the Senators if Jeremy Swayman (COVID-19 protocols) remains unavailable.
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  • Bruins' Kyle Keyser: Called up to big club

    Keyser was recalled from AHL Providence on Thursday, Mark Divver of the New England Hockey Journal reports. With Jeremy Swayman entering the league's COVID-19 protocols, Keyser has been brought up to fill the No. 2 goalie slot behind Linus Ullmark. The 22-year-old Floridian has yet to make his NHL debut but is in his third season with Providence, where he's put up a 2.44 GAA and .914 save percentage in 12 games this year.
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  • Bruins' Kyle Keyser: Struggling as backup

    Keyser has gone 1-4-1 with an .890 save percentage in his first professional season with AHL Providence. Keyser had the second-best save percentage in the OHL last season with a .915, but is still working out the kinks in Providence. A surprising preseason by Keyser turned a lost of heads in Boston, but he still has a lot of development to go through before he sees the NHL.
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  • Bruins' Kyle Keyser: Earns win in Team USA's WJC opener

    Keyser stopped 13 of 14 shots in Team USA's 2-1 win over Slovakia at the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship on Wednesday. Keyser gave his country a chance to win a game in which it took his teammates the better part of the first two periods to find their legs. He was calm and steady throughout the contest with his biggest stop coming on a (horribly called) penalty shot late in the third period. Montreal prospect Cayden Primeau is expected to start for the United States on Friday, but it's clear that Keyser, who is having a remarkable season for OHL Oshawa (2.31 GAA, .931 save percentage in 24 games), is in the running to be the No. 1 man for the Americans.
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  • Bruins' Kyle Keyser: Joins AHL Providence

    Keyser is slated to join AHL Providence, the Boston Globe reports. Keyser, who logged a 28-13-0 record to go along with a 3.16 GAA and .904 save percentage in 47 regular-season games with OHL Oshawa this past season, joined the B's as an undrafted free agent this past fall. He'll provide the organization with added goaltending depth and could potentially rise up the ranks down the road with a strong minor-league performance.
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