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Feb 24, 2024 5 25 30
Feb 21, 2024 6 30 36
Feb 19, 2024 3 22 25 6.4
Feb 15, 2024 5 24 29 -0.2
Feb 13, 2024 4 34 38 7.8

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2023 220.25.4 25 13 986 2 2.72
2022 301.86 29 14 1404 1 2.75
2021 685.2 6 6 335 1 2.62
3y Avg. 127.26.1 12 7 591 1 2.78
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Struggles versus Flames

    Skinner allowed five goals on 30 shots in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Flames. The sixth goal was an empty-netter. Skinner is 2-3-1 with 26 goals allowed over his last six outings. His performance has dropped and the team in front of him is also struggling to put together full efforts. The 25-year-old goalie is down to 25-13-2 with a 2.72 GAA and a .901 save percentage through 41 appearances this season. The Oilers' next game is Monday versus the Kings.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Starting against Flames

    Skinner will patrol the home crease Saturday versus Calgary, according to Tony Brar of Oilers TV. Skinner is coming off a 30-save effort in Wednesday's 6-5 overtime loss to Boston. In 40 appearances this campaign, he has posted a 25-12-2 record with two shutouts, a 2.66 GAA and a .903 save percentage. The Flames sit 17th in the league this season with 3.07 goals per contest.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Yields six goals in overtime loss

    Skinner stopped 30 of 36 shots in Wednesday's 6-5 overtime loss to the Bruins. Skinner had a rough second period, and while the Oilers recovered from that, they never gave him a lead to protect. Over his last six outings, Skinner has gone 2-3-1 with 23 goals allowed on 178 shots. The 25-year-old is at 25-12-2 with a 2.66 GAA and a .903 save percentage. His strong January is quickly fading into memory, though playing behind an offense as strong as the Oilers have will continue to give him a chance to win in most starts.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Set to face Bruins

    Skinner is slated to start at home against Boston on Wednesday, per Tom Gazzola of TSN 1260. The Bruins, who rank 13th offensively with 3.32 goals per game, present a difficult assignment, especially for a struggling goaltender like Skinner. The 25-year-old netminder has posted a 3.80 GAA and an .872 save percentage over his last four starts, though Edmonton's strong forward corps resulted in the Oilers still winning two of those contests. Skinner has a 25-12-1 record, 2.57 GAA and .906 save percentage through 39 outings in 2023-24.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Allows three goals but gets win

    Skinner allowed three goals on 25 Arizona shots in Monday's 6-3 win. Skinner is 2-2-0 in his last four starts but has hit something of a rough patch. He's allowed at least three goals in each of the last four games. He could certainly get back to the impressive play he displayed during the Oilers' lengthy win streak, but it's hard to trust a goaltender with an .872 save percentage in his last four starts.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Starting in Arizona

    Skinner will defend the blue paint in Monday's road game versus the Coyotes, Tony Brar of Oilers TV reports. Skinner struggled in his last start Thursday against the Blues, surrendering five goals on only 29 shots en route to a 6-3 defeat. He'll try to get back in the win column in a middling road matchup with a Coyotes squad that's averaging 3.08 goals per game at home this year, 17th in the NHL.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Allows five in loss

    Skinner allowed five goals on 29 St. Louis shots in Thursday's 6-3 loss. Skinner was outstanding during Edmonton's impressive winning streak. However, he's hit a speed bump in February. He's 1-3-0 in his last four starts, over which he has allowed 14 goals for an .880 save percentage. His season-long stats suggest the slump won't last, but it's hard to trust a goalie when their numbers look like that.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Set to defend cage Thursday

    Skinner is expected to patrol the blue paint on the road against St. Louis on Thursday, Tony Brar of Oilers TV reports. Skinner has come back down to earth in his last two outings, posting a 3.59 GAA and .889 save percentage, though he still managed to go 1-1-0 over that stretch. Despite the slight blip on the radar, Skinner continues to see the majority of the workload for the Oilers and figures to remain the preferred choice between the pipes the rest of the way.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Wins high-scoring game

    Skinner stopped 34 of 38 shots in Tuesday's 8-4 win over the Red Wings. The game was tied 3-3 after two periods, with Skinner and the Oilers struggling in the middle frame. They had the better of the third, allowing Skinner to snap his two-game skid with a victory. The 25-year-old has allowed 10 goals over his last four outings, a return to more average play after he was nearly unbeatable in January. On the season, he's gone 24-11-1 with a 2.49 GAA and a .909 save percentage through 37 contests. The Oilers set out on a three-game road trip next, with the first stop in St. Louis on Thursday.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Slated to start

    Skinner is on track to guard the home goal against the Red Wings on Tuesday, Jason Gregor of Sports 1440 Edmonton reports. Skinner was a little shaky in his last start Saturday against the Kings, surrendering three goals on only 25 shots en route to a 4-0 defeat. He'll try to snap his personal two-game losing streak in a home matchup with a Detroit team that's won three of its last four contests, racking up 14 goals over that span.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: On wrong end of shutout

    Skinner stopped 22 of 25 shots in Saturday's 4-0 loss to the Kings. The fourth goal was an empty-netter. Skinner and David Rittich had a goaltending duel in the first period, but the Kings' offense showed up over the final 40 minutes. Skinner has followed up a 12-game winning streak with losses in his last two outings, though he's received just a single goal of support in those defeats. He dropped to 23-11-1 with a 2.45 GAA and a .909 save percentage over 36 appearances. Skinner's recent success means the No. 1 job is his to lose, and he should have plenty of runway to get things turned around.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Expected starter for Saturday

    Skinner is set to start on the road versus LA on Saturday, Tony Brar of Oilers TV reports. Skinner saved 23 of 25 shots against Vegas on Tuesday, but his 12-game winning streak still came to an end due to a lack of goal support. He has a 23-10-1 record, 2.43 GAA and .910 save percentage in 35 appearances in 2023-24. The Kings have been in a freefall, posting a 3-8-6 record over their last 17 outings, so this should be a favorable matchup for Skinner.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Cruises to 12th straight win

    Skinner made 28 saves in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Predators. Colton Sissons batted a puck out of midair midway through the third period to spoil Skinner's shutout bid. Skinner's still the hottest goalie in the league -- the 25-year-old has won 12 straight starts and allowed two goals or fewer in 11 straight, posting a 1.41 GAA and .950 save percentage over the course of the winning streak. The Oilers have won 16 straight as a team, one short of the NHL record, and Skinner will put himself in the Vezina conversation if he stays locked in after the All-Star break.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Keeps winning streak going

    Skinner stopped 27 of 28 shots in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Blue Jackets. Skinner's winning streak has officially crossed the one-month mark -- he's rattled off 11 straight victories, and he hasn't given up more than two goals in any of his last 10 outings. Only a Dmitri Voronkov tally got past Skinner as the Oilers' winning streak reached 14 games Tuesday. Skinner is up to 22-9-1 with a 2.49 GAA and a .908 save percentage through 33 appearances this season. The Oilers' next contest is at home Thursday versus the Blackhawks.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: In goal versus Columbus

    Skinner will defend the blue paint during Tuesday's home game against the Blue Jackets, Jason Gregor of Sports 1440 Edmonton reports. Skinner has been unstoppable over the past month, racking up 10 straight wins while posting an impressive 1.49 GAA and .947 save percentage. He'll try to pick up his 22nd victory of the campaign in a favorable home matchup with a Columbus club that's 5-9-5 on the road this year.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Starting in Calgary

    Skinner will defend the road net Saturday against Calgary, Tony Brar of Oilers TV reports. Skinner has stopped 244 of 258 shots during his nine-game winning streak. He has allowed two goals or fewer in eight straight contests during that span. Skinner has a 20-9-1 record this season with two shutouts, a 2.58 GAA and a .904 save percentage through 31 games played. Calgary is tied for 15th in the league with 3.16 goals per contest this campaign.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Solid in Thursday's victory

    Skinner stopped 25 of 27 shots in Thursday's 4-2 victory over Seattle. That's nine straight wins and counting for Skinner. He allowed two goals midway through the first period, both on breakaways by Eeli Tolvanen and Jared McCann that he had little chance on. The Kraken could not get a puck by Skinner for the remainder of the night as he stopped the final 20 shots he faced. Skinner could get an opportunity to try for 10 straight wins Saturday against Calgary.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Guarding cage Thursday

    Skinner will patrol the home crease versus Seattle on Thursday, Mark Spector of Sportsnet reports. Skinner will be shooting for his ninth straight win, as he has turned his season around after a horrible start. Skinner was 1-5-1 with a 3.87 GAA and an .854 save percentage in his first eight appearances through Nov. 9, but he has gone 18-4-0 with a 2.16 GAA and a .920 save percentage since Nov. 11. Skinner will take on the Kraken, who have lost their last two games after winning the previous eight in a row.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Facing Canadiens

    Skinner will defend the road crease in Montreal on Saturday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports. Skinner has overcome a horrible start to the season by winning 16 of his past 20 outings. He enters Saturday's matchup with a 17-9-1 record to go with a 2.69 GAA and a .901 save percentage. He has won six straight games, giving up only nine goals on 180 shots (.950 save percentage). The Canadiens are averaging 2.71 goals per game, 28th in the NHL.
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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Defeats Chicago

    Skinner stopped 25 of 26 shots in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Blackhawks. Skinner earned his sixth straight win, though it was a tougher challenge than expected. The 25-year-old has allowed a total of nine goals during his winning streak, providing excellent goaltending for the Oilers. For the year, he improved to 17-9-1 with a 2.69 GAA and a .901 save percentage through 28 contests overall. The Oilers' road trip continues Thursday in Detroit.
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