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Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Goals Against Average
2021 232.55.7 23 14 1015 3 2.41
2020 77.27.7 7 3 256 2 1.50
3y Avg. 155.956 15 9 636 3 2.25
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Takes loss in Game 7

    Swayman made 28 saves on 31 shots Saturday in a 3-2 loss to Carolina in Game 7 of their Eastern Conference First Round series. Max Domi was his kryptonite with two goals and an assist, and Teuvo Teravainen wasn't far behind with a goal and a helper. Swayman finishes his first postseason as a starter with a 3-2 record, 2.63 GAA and .911 save percentage.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Between pipes for Game 7

    Swayman will get the start Saturday for Game 7 in Carolina, per Kevin Paul Dumont of The Boston Globe Swayman is 3-1 with a .913 save percentage since taking over for Linus Ullmark in the series. The 23-year-old netminder was sharp in Game 6, stopping 23 of 25 shots to earn the victory.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Sharp to force Game 7

    Swayman stopped 23 of 25 shots in Thursday's 5-2 victory over Carolina. Swayman blanked the Hurricanes for the first two periods before Andrei Svechnikov scored a pair in the third. It was a strong bounce-back outing from the 23-year-old netminder after allowing four goals in Game 5. The Bruins are now 3-1 in the series since Swayman replaced Linus Ullmark in goal. The Alaska native has a .913 save percentage so far in the playoffs.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Starting Game 6

    Swayman will be in goal for Thursday's Game 6 home clash with Carolina, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports. Despite posting a subpar .892 save percentage in Game 5 on Tuesday, Swayman will remain the starter for the Bruins. In the previous two home games, the 23-year-old netminder allowed just four goals on 53 shots in a pair of victories. If he can compete at that level Thursday, Swayman should be capable of forcing a Game 7 back in Carolina.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Buried in Game 5

    Swayman allowed four goals on 37 shots in Tuesday's 5-1 Game 5 loss to the Hurricanes. Carolina's fifth goal was an empty-netter. Swyman helped sway momentum in the Bruins' direction when he was inserted into the crease for Games 3 and 4 in Boston, but he met the same fate as Linus Ullmark on the road. After Ullmark gave up four goals apiece in Games 1 and 2, Swayman followed suit in the Game 5 loss. Boston will likely stick with the 23-year-old Swayman in net for a must-win Game 6 given his 2-0 home record, though official confirmation should come down sometime before puck drop Thursday evening.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: In goal Tuesday

    Swayman will get the starting nod on the road for Game 5 against the Hurricanes on Tuesday, Conor Ryan of reports. Swayman is coming off back-to-back wins at home that tied the series up at two games apiece, so it shouldn't be surprising to see him continuing to defend the cage Tuesday. In those two outings, the 23-year-old netminder faced just 53 shots, stopping 49 of them for a .925 save percentage. Still, Swayman's hold on the starting gig should be considered tenuous at best with Linus Ullmark waiting to step in if needed.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Two wins in as many starts

    Swayman made 24 saves in the 5-2 Game 4 win over the Hurricanes on Sunday. Swayman has won both of his starts this postseason, allowing two goals in each game. He'll almost certainly remain the starter in Boston's crease for Tuesday's Game 5, when the Bruins will try to become the first team to win a game on the road in this series.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Starting Sunday afternoon

    Swayman will patrol the home crease for Sunday's Game 4 against the Hurricanes, as Joe Haggerty of Boston Hockey Now reports that the Bruins won't be making any changes to their lineup compared to the previous game. Swayman gets the nod for this important matinee after holding the Hurricanes to two goals on 27 shots to win Game 3. Linus Ullmark started the first two games of the series and allowed four goals in each en route to consecutive losses.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Wins first NHL playoff start

    Swayman made 25 saves in a 4-2 win over the Hurricanes on Friday in Game 3. It was his first Stanley Cup Playoff start. He was beaten by Vincent Trocheck at 9:17 of the first on a rebound to put the Canes up 1-0 and then by Jaccob Slavin on a wrist shot from the point at 11:30 of the third. That made it 4-2. Swayman's only previous postseason appearance came in relief of Tuukka Rask last season. His strong work Friday warrants the start in Game 4, especially with Linus Ullmark's shaky eight goals allowed over the first two contests against Carolina.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Gets nod for Game 3

    Swayman will guard the home goal during Friday's Game 3 versus the Hurricanes, Joe Haggerty of reports. Linus Ullmark struggled in Games 1 and 2 against Carolina, suffering back-to-back losses while posting an ugly 4.16 GAA and .860 save percentage, so the Bruins will turn to Swayman for what will essentially be a must-win Game 3 on Friday. Swayman went 26-10-2 while posting a 2.45 GAA and a .917 save percentage through 41 appearances during the regular season.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Gets little help in loss

    Swayman made 22 saves in a 5-2 loss to Toronto on Friday. He allowed four goals. Swayman really can't be faulted for any of the goals. Ilya Mikheyev beat him on the power play, William Nylander deked him son a high-speed breakaway and Nick Abruzzese tipped a waist-high shot right in front of the net that froze the netminder. Then Nylander beat him again on a one-man dangle-and-deke show that went through all of Swayman's teammates deep in the offensive zone. Swayman is the go-to guy for the Bruins for the postseason and will need to play big in the net to get his team into Round 2.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Taking on Toronto

    Swayman will guard the road cage during Friday's matchup with the Maple Leafs. Swayman was a little shaky in his last start Sunday against the Canadiens, surrendering three goals on 26 shots, but he was still able to come away with a win thanks to strong goal support from his teammates. The 23-year-old American will try to end the regular season with a bang by securing his 24th victory of the year in a rough road matchup with a Toronto team that's 30-8-2 at home this season.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Earns win Sunday

    Swayman stopped 23 of 26 shots in Sunday's 5-3 win over Montreal. Two of the three goals scored on Swayman came while Boston was shorthanded. The 23-year-old goaltender has not allowed more than three goals in any of his past five starts, sporting a 3-2 record over that span. Swayman will likely split time in net with Linus Ullmark as the Bruins prepare for the playoffs.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Gets no help against Pens

    Swayman made 28 saves in a 4-0 loss to Pittsburgh. He allowed three goals. Swayman is 2-3-0 in his last five starts and 2-4-0 in his last six appearances. Jake Guentzel had a big night Thursday at Swayman's expense, potting a hat trick and topping the 80-point mark for the first time in his career. But only one of the goals was questionable and his teammates didn't give him any support. Swayman's rookie season has been as impressive as Igor Shesterkin's was last year, but it remains to be seen if he can become as good as the Ranger already is in his sophomore season.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Starting in Pittsburgh

    Swayman will patrol the crease during Thursday's road game versus the Penguins. Swayman has been sharp recently, securing back-to-back wins over the Penguins and the Blues while posting an admirable 1.49 GAA and .935 save percentage. He'll try to pick up a third straight victory in a road matchup with a Pittsburgh team that's averaging 3.53 goals per game at home this year, eighth in the NHL.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Makes 20 saves in victory

    Swayman stopped 20 of 22 shots in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime win over St. Louis. Swayman didn't face a ton of shots but did enough to earn his second consecutive victory. In his last two contests, the 23-year-old netminder stopped 43 of 46 shots against good teams in the Penguins and the Blues. With Linus Ullmark (upper body) still out, Swayman is heating up at the right time as the Bruins look toward the postseason.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Expected to start against Blues

    Swayman is slated to defend the cage on the road versus St. Louis on Tuesday, Joe Haggerty of Boston Hockey Now reports. Swayman will be making his fourth straight appearance between the pipes, having gone 1-2-0 with a 3.07 GAA in his previous three outings. With Linus Ullmark (upper body) sidelined, the 23-year-old Swayman should see the bulk of the workload and could make his case to be the Game 1 playoff starter with his competition on the shelf.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Sharp in win over Pens

    Swayman made 23 saves in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Penguins. Pittsburgh grabbed a 2-0 lead just 2:01 into the first period, giving Swayman all the support he would need on the afternoon. The 23-year-old snapped a three-game losing streak with the performance, and on the season Swayman boasts a 2.34 GAA and .917 save percentage.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Gets starting nod

    Swayman will guard the home goal during Saturday's matchup with the Penguins. Swayman wasn't great in his last start Tuesday versus St. Louis, surrendering four goals on 30 shots en route to a 4-2 loss. He'll try to snap his personal three-game losing streak in a home matchup with a Pittsburgh team that's averaging 3.05 goals per game on the road this year, 12th in the NHL.
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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Gives up three in relief for loss

    Swayman made 21 saves in relief in a 3-2 loss to Ottawa. Starter Linus Ullmark took a puck off the mask early in the first and didn't feel well after the first frame. Swayman allowed all three goals in a flurry in the second. Brady Tkachuk banked the puck off him from below the goal line just 47 seconds into the frame. Josh Norris tied it 2-2 at 9:30 with a one-timer from the right circle on a 5-on-3 power play. And less than a minute later, Tim Stutzle netted the eventual winner when he got to a loose puck in front of Swayman after a scramble. The Bruins are ill-prepared to enter the postseason without Ullmark -- they need both goalies to have a chance to excel.
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