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Western Central Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
56-19-7 119
53-22-7 113
49-22-11 109
46-30-6 98
45-30-7 97
39-32-11 89
28-42-12 68
25-50-7 57

2021 Goaltending

STATS W
Wins
L
Losses
OTL
Overtime Loss
GAA
Goals Against Average
SV%
Saves Percentage
SO
Shutout
Regular Season 1 2 0 3.71 .879 0
Post Season 0 3 0 3.64 .913 0

Top Connor Ingram News

  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Headed to minors

    Ingram will be sent back to AHL Milwaukee on Tuesday, Patrick Williams of AHL.com reports.

    Ingram went 0-3-0 with a 3.64 GAA in his four postseason appearances after Juuse Saros (lower body) was injured. The 25-year-old Ingram figures to jump into the starting role as the Admirals look to make a postseason run of their own. If the Predators opt to let David Rittich go in the offseason, Ingram could be in line for the backup role next year.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Can't keep season going

    Ingram allowed four goals on 37 shots in a 5-3 loss to the Avalanche in Monday's Game 4. The fifth goal was an empty-netter.

    Ingram couldn't make a 3-2 lead stick over the last 16:02 of the third period. The 25-year-old allowed 14 goals across three starts and a relief appearance, as the Avalanche's powerful offense was just too overwhelming to contend with. He's strengthened his case to serve as the Predators' backup behind Juuse Saros (lower body) next season, especially if David Rittich is allowed to walk in free agency.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Tending twine Monday

    Ingram will be in goal at home versus Colorado on Monday for Game 4, Brooks Bratten of the Predators' official site reports.

    Ingram has faced a barrage of rubber in three postseason appearances in which he stopped 114 of 124 shots (.919 save percentage). Despite being unable to earn his club a victory, the Preds will continue to roll with the 25-year-old youngster, who will be looking to stave off a sweep at the hands of Colorado.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Continues to impress even in loss

    Ingram made 35 saves Saturday in a 7-3 loss to Colorado in Game 3 of the Western Conference First Round. He allowed six goals.

    The game was close until the mid-point of the second period. At 12:54 of that frame, Roman Josi knotted the score at 3-3, but the ice tilted hard and fast at Ingram's net after that. Gabriel Landeskog scored at 14:02 and then at 14:41, Nazem Kadri received a gift from Ingram, who passed the puck from behind the net straight to the Avs' pivot. Devon Toews wired a slap shot from the top of the left circle at 9:33 of the third period to push the score to 6-3. Ingram is the first rookie goalie to start a playoff game for the Preds and has held his own against the high-flying Avs, though it hasn't been enough to win a game.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Facing Avalanche

    Ingram will guard the home goal during Saturday's Game 3 versus Colorado, Brooks Bratten of the Predators' official site reports.

    Ingram was fantastic in Thursday's Game 2 against the Avalanche, stopping 49 of 51 shots, but it wasn't enough, as the Predators ultimately fell to Colorado by a score of 2-1 in overtime. The 25-year-old netminder will try to help Nashville avoid falling into a 3-0 series hole by shooting for his first career NHL playoff win in a rematch with the same high-powered Avs squad Friday.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Heroic effort falls short

    Ingram stopped 49 of 51 shots in Thursday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Avalanche in Game 2.

    Ingram got the nod after a solid relief appearance Tuesday. He was even sharper this time around, but the Predators' offense couldn't find a difference-making tally before Cale Makar scored in overtime. Ingram has allowed just four goals on 84 shots in his two postseason appearances, and he should be considered the favorite to start Saturday's Game 3 back home in Nashville.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Gets nod for Game 2

    Ingram will guard the road goal during Thursday's Game 2 versus the Avalanche.

    Ingram played well after relieving David Rittich in the first period of Game 1 against Colorado on Tuesday, stopping 30 of 32 shots in the eventual 7-2 loss. The 25-year-old rookie will try to earn his first career NHL playoff victory in a tough road rematch with the same Avalanche squad Thursday.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Solid in relief outing

    Ingram allowed two goals on 32 shots in relief of David Rittich during a 7-2 loss to the Avalanche in Tuesday's Game 1.

    By the time Ingram entered the contest, the Avalanche already had a five-goal lead, and they were never in danger of losing it. The 25-year-old's solid performance raises some questions as to which goalie the Predators will start in Thursday's Game 2. Ingram has just four appearances to his name at the NHL level, so he would be a shaky DFS option at best against a tough opponent if he gets the nod.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Loses control in loss

    Ingram allowed five goals on 27 shots in Friday's 5-4 loss to the Coyotes.

    After the Predators took a 4-0 lead 6:57 into the game, Ingram should have had this one in the bag. Instead, he surrendered five unanswered goals to the Coyotes, and the Predators couldn't pull even. Combined with the Stars' regulation win over the Ducks, the Predators are now set to face the Avalanche in the first round of the playoffs. Ingram will likely serve as backup to David Rittich for that series, which starts Tuesday in Denver. Ingram went 1-2-0 with 11 goals allowed on 91 shots in three appearances at the NHL level this season.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Slated to start

    Ingram is on track to start between the pipes in Friday's road game against Arizona, John Glennon of BroadwaySportsMedia.com reports.

    Ingram wasn't great in his last NHL appearance Nov. 3 against the Oilers, surrendering four goals on just 29 shots en route to a 5-2 loss. He'll try to shake off the rust and pick up his second top-level win of the season in a favorable road matchup with a Coyotes team that's 10-27-3 at home this year.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Back with big club

    Ingram was promoted from AHL Milwaukee on Wednesday.

    Juuse Saros exited Tuesday's loss to the Flames with a lower-body injury, so Ingram will likely be in the lineup for Thursday's game versus Colorado at a minimum. Ingram's gone 1-1-0 while posting a 3.03 GAA and a .906 save percentage through two top-level appearances this year.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Sent back to minors

    Ingram was reassigned to AHL Milwaukee on Monday.

    Ingram's demotion is a good indication that Juuse Saros (illness) will at least be fit enough to serve as the backup against San Jose on Tuesday. For his part, the 25-year-old Ingram is 1-1-0 with a 3.03 GAA in his two NHL contests his year and is unlikely to play much down the stretch unless another injury pops up for Saros or David Rittich.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Recalled, backing up Sunday

    Ingram was recalled from AHL Milwaukee on Sunday and will dress as the backup in Pittsburgh.

    Juuse Saros is dealing with an illness, so David Rittich was given the starting nod. Ingram made his NHL debut in a two-start stint between Oct. 24 and Nov. 3, and he's been plenty busy at the AHL level with a 2.72 GAA and .914 save percentage in 50 appearances this year.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Sent to AHL affiliate

    Ingram was reassigned to AHL Milwaukee on Friday.

    Ingram's demotion suggests Juuse Saros (illness) will likely be available for Friday's game versus the Devils. Ingram will probably remain in the minors as long as Saros and David Rittich are available.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Called up Tuesday

    Ingram was called up from AHL Milwaukee on Tuesday.

    Juuse Saros is unavailable due to an illness, so Ingram is up with the big club. He'll likely be the backup to David Rittich for Tuesday's game versus the Red Wings, although it seems unlikely Ingram's stay will be a long one.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Back to minors

    Ingram was reassigned to AHL Milwaukee on Thursday, Paul Skrbina of The Tennessean reports.

    Ingram produced mixed results in his first two NHL starts. He earned a win over Minnesota in his first career outing but coughed up four goals on 29 shots in Wednesday's loss to Edmonton. He'll likely stay with AHL Milwaukee until another injury arises.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Falls to high-powered Oilers

    Ingram gave up four goals on 29 shots Wednesday in a 5-2 loss to Edmonton.

    Ingram, fresh off his first NHL win Sunday at Minnesota, yielded a pair of goals to Leon Draisaitl, plus single tallies by Kailer Yamamoto and Devin Shore, to take his first career loss. The 24-year-old netminder has a .906 save percentage through two starts and will continue to play behind No. 1 starter Juuse Saros.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Starting against Edmonton

    Ingram will guard the road goal during Wednesday's matchup with the Oilers, Adam Vingan of The Athletic reports.

    Ingram was sharp in his NHL debut Oct. 24 against the Wild, stopping 33 of 35 shots en route to a 5-2 victory. The 24-year-old netminder will try to secure a second straight win in a tough road matchup with an Edmonton team that's gone 7-1-0 to start the year.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Victorious in NHL debut

    Ingram turned away 33 of 35 shots to earn his first career win in a 5-2 defeat of Minnesota.

    The 24-year-old, making his first NHL start, was handed a 3-0 lead in the first period and did his part to keep Minnesota from climbing back into the game. Ingram gave up goals to Nick Bjugstad midway through the second and Nico Sturm late in the frame, but those tallies merely bookended a pair of Nashville goals that kept the Predators in control. With David Rittich on the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list, Ingram will serve as Juuse Saros' backup going forward.

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  • Predators' Connor Ingram: Starting Sunday

    Ingram is starting Sunday's game against the Wild, Brooks Bratten of the Predators' official site reports.

    The 24-year-old will finally make his NHL debut. Ingram didn't have a great showing in limited AHL action last year (3.48 GAA, .899 save percentage in five starts), but he was dynamite in 2019-20 when he went 21-5-6 with marks of 1.92 and .933 for AHL Milwaukee. He'll face a Wild team that's won all four of its games to start the season, rattling off 15 goals along the way.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 196 lbs
Birthplace: Saskatoon, SK
Age: 25
Shoots: Left