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2022
2021 68.94.9 8 4 342 1 3.31
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Solid in relief of Campbell

    Kallgren stopped all 10 shots he faced in relief of Jack Campbell in Sunday's 7-3 loss to the Lightning in Game 4. Kallgren made his postseason debut a little before the midway mark of the second period. With the Lightning leading 5-0 at the time, they didn't pressure Kallgren much, allowing him to have a solid relief appearance. The 25-year-old probably won't see much additional playing time -- Campbell is the Maple Leafs' top goalie by a noticeable margin despite two poor outings through four playoff games.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Solid in win

    Kallgren made 24 saves in a 5-2 win over Boston on Friday. Kallgren was solid against the Bruins, but it's likely his last outing this season unless the Leafs and Jack Campbell get into deep trouble in the postseason.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Starting season finale

    Kallgren will guard the home goal during Friday's regular-season finale against the Bruins, NHL.com's Dave McCarthy reports. Kallgren was solid in his last start Sunday against the Capitals, turning aside 34 of 37 shots en route to a 4-3 victory. He'll try to secure his eighth win of the season in a home matchup with a Boston team that's 25-12-3 on the road this year.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Outlasts Vanecek in shootout

    Kallgren stopped 34 of 37 shots in Sunday's 4-3 shootout win over Washington. Kallgren had a forgettable first few minutes of the third period, allowing a pair of Capitals goals and also tripping Alex Ovechkin with a poke check attempt on a breakaway, leading to the Russian superstar exiting the game after colliding hard with the boards. Toronto erased the 3-1 deficit created by Washington's two-goal burst, and Kallgren stood tall in a seven-round shootout, stopping the final six attempts. With the win, Kallgren improved to 7-4-1 on the season.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Draws start Sunday

    Kallgren will guard the cage in Washington on Sunday, Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sun reports. Kallgren is coming off the worst outing of his young NHL career, coughing up eight goals on 36 shots in Thursday's loss to Tampa Bay. He's allowed 16 goals on just 92 shots over his last three appearances, lowering his season save percentage to .882 through 12 games. The 25-year-old rookie sports an unsightly 4.76 GAA on the road this season.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Endures ugly loss Thursday

    Kallgren allowed eight goals on 36 shots in Thursday's 8-1 loss to the Lightning. Kallgren's struggles continued against the Lightning, allowing four goals in both the second and third periods en route to a blowout loss. In his last five starts, the rookie netminder sports an ugly 4.52 GAA with a .851 save percentage. Despite his poor play of late, Kallgren should continue to back up Jack Campbell while Petr Mrazek (groin) remains on injured reserve.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Lucky win on unlucky night

    Kallgren made 25 saves in a 5-4 overtime win over the Senators on Saturday. Kallgren had no chance on the first goal, which was a one-timer on a 2-on-0 in the first. The second came off a rebound that hit his own defender and went in. The third goal was an impossible one, too -- Kallgren had the point shot lined up and a perfect tip in front had him still aligned left when the puck went right. Ottawa went up 4-3 in the third when Ilya Lyubushkin coughed up the puck to Tim Stutzle, who quickly scored with a snap shot. Thankfully, the Leafs have the firepower to outscore most opponents and they changed Kallgren's luck with a win in OT. The big Swede is now 6-3-1 with a 3.02 GAA and .895 save percentage.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Stuck behind sleepy squad

    Kallgren made 23 saves in a 5-2 loss to the Sabres on Tuesday. He allowed four goals. Kallgren had to backstop a squad that just didn't play well Tuesday. They came out flat and lifeless, and the netminder had little support. Kyle Okposo put the Sabres up 1-0 on a power play when he fired a beautiful shot from the right hashmarks at 7:25 of the first. Tage Thompson scored another power-play goal from the slot at 9:11 of the second period and Jeff Skinner wired a shot from the slot at 4:09 of the third that got past Kallgren. Rasmus Dahlin poured fuel on the fire just 1:34 later with a nice shot from just above the bottom of the right circle.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Deemed fine by coach

    Kallgren (upper body) was given the all-clear by head coach Sheldon Keefe after Tuesday's 7-6 overtime loss to the Panthers, Joshua Kloke of The Athletic Toronto reports. Kallgren sustained the injury in the second period, but he was healthy enough to back up Jack Campbell from the third period onward. This is a good sign for Kallgren's availability going forward -- he's unlikely to serve in much more than a backup role for the rest of the season anyway.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Exits after taking puck to mask

    Kallgren left Tuesday's game versus the Panthers in the second period after he was hit in the mask by a puck, Kevin McGran of The Toronto Star reports. The puck hit toward the lower end of the mask near Kallgren's neck, prompting the Maple Leafs to replace him with Jack Campbell. Kallgren allowed three goals on 23 shots prior to his exit. It's unclear if he'll return to Tuesday's game at this time -- if not, an update on his status could be available in head coach Sheldon Keefe's postgame comments.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Tending twine Tuesday

    Kallgren will get the starting nod in Florida in Tuesday, David Alter of The Hockey News reports. Jack Campbell earned a win over Tampa Bay on Monday so Kallgren will start the second half of the back-to-back. The 25-year-old rookie is 4-2-1 with a .906 save percentage through seven career NHL games, but he's coughed up 14 goals over his last four appearances. Tuesday's matchup against the league's best offense will be his toughest test to date.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Plenty of game action ahead

    Kallgren made 20 saves in a 7-3 win over the Jets on Thursday. Blake Wheeler opened the scoring when he got past Mark Giordano in the slot at the 3:19 mark of the first. Paul Stastny pushed the score to 2-0 about four minutes later when he stuffed in a wraparound by Kallgren's left pad as the netminder was looking right. Nikolaj Ehlers wired a shot from the right face-off dot on an early second power play to push the Jets up 3-2, but that was all the Jets could get. With Petr Mrazek (lower body) out for six weeks, Kallgren will get plenty of game action as the team's number two guy behind Jack Campbell.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: In goal Thursday

    Kallgren will get the starting nod at home versus the Jets at home Thursday, Kevin McGran of The Toronto Star reports. Kallgren is coming off a 23-save relief performance against the Bruins on Tuesday after Petr Mrazek (groin) was forced off due to injury. With Jack Campbell (hip) expected back soon, the 25-year-old Kallgren figures to be relegated to the backup role but will need to fill it after Mrazek was ruled out for the next six weeks. Still, the bulk of the workload figures to go to Campbell, which will limit Kallgren's value outside of the occasional start.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Tough night in net

    Kallgren made 14 saves in a 4-2 loss to Montreal on Saturday. He allowed three goals. The ice was tilted hard at Jake Allen at the other end and the shots showed it -- 51-18. It was a hard game for Kallgren to stay sharp. He had almost no chance on a perfect cross-ice pass to David Savard that was just out of Kallgren's reach on the Habs' first score. Cole Caufield beat him on the power play to push the score to 2-1 and Paul Byron broke in hard on the right wing, faked a pass and then fired it through Kallgren for the go-ahead goal.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Starting Saturday

    Kallgren will be between the pipes on the road against Montreal on Saturday, David Alter of The Hockey News reports. Kallgren is 2-1-1 with a 2.32 GAA and one shutout in his first four NHL games. Since stepping in for the injured Jack Campbell (ribs), the 25-year-old Kallgren has outplayed Petr Mrazek to the point the club actually put Mrazek on waivers. Still, once Campbell is cleared to play, Kallgren will be bumped to at least a spot on the bench if not returned to the minors.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Starting Saturday in Nashville

    Kallgren will be between the pipes against the Predators on Saturday, Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sun reports. Kallgren has been fantastic in his first taste of NHL action, turning aside 79 of 82 shots en route to a 2-0-1 record. The 25-year-old will make his first career road appearance against a Nashville squad that's averaged a middling 3.00 goals for at home this season.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Calm, cool and composed in win

    Kallgren made 34 saves in a 3-2 win over the Hurricanes on Thursday. He went into the second with a 2-0 lead and then Ethan Bear got to a loose puck and fired a goal five-hole on Kallgren. Then Vincent Trocheck pushed a loose puck past him with just 3.6 seconds remaining. Kallgren is remarkably even-keeled in the blue paint, especially for a guy with two NHL starts. While his AHL numbers have been middling, Kallgren's development in Sweden was progressive and he backstopped Vaxjo to an SHL championship last season. His resilience and composure may be just what the Leafs need right now.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Tending twine versus Canes

    Kallgren will defend the cage against Carolina at home Thursday, David Alter of The Hockey News reports. Kallgren stopped all 35 shots he faced in his first NHL start against the Stars on Wednesday and will be rewarded with another opportunity Thursday. If the 25-year-old netminder continues to perform near this level, he may force the Leafs into some difficult decisions once Jack Campbell (ribs) is cleared to play. Still, Kallgren shouldn't be expected to see too many starts once Campbell is back, making him a temporary fantasy target.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Blanks Dallas in first start

    Kallgren turned aside all 35 shots he faced in Tuesday's 4-0 win over the Stars. The 25-year-old's first start for the Maple Leafs couldn't have gone any better. Kallgren's AHL numbers this season don't suggest he's the NHL's next elite netminder, and shooters could put together a book on him quickly, but at least in the short term he's putting significant pressure on Petr Mrazek at the top of the Toronto depth chart.
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  • Maple Leafs' Erik Kallgren: Set to start Tuesday

    Kallgren is expected to be in goal at home versus Dallas on Tuesday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports. Kallgren will make his first NHL start after debuting in a relief performance against Arizona on Thursday in which he gave up a goal in overtime after stopping all 10 previous shots he faced. With Jack Campbell (ribs) expected to be sidelined for at least another 10 days, it appears the Leafs want to see what they have in Kallgren.
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