Bishop has compiled a 21-16-4 record while posting a 2.50 GAA and .920 save percentage in 44 appearances this season.
Bishop hasn't been able to replicate the numbers he posted a season ago (27-15-2 record, 1.98 GAA, .934 save percentage), but it's hard to complain about a third straight 20-plus win campaign and a .920 save percentage. If the NHL ultimately resumes regular-season play, the 33-year-old netminder could pick up 3-to-5 more victories down the stretch.
Bishop gave up four goals on 27 shots in a 4-2 loss to the Rangers on Tuesday.
Bishop has lost four consecutive games, yielding exactly four goals in three of those outings. He was down 4-0 on Tuesday before the game was 40 minutes old, a daunting deficit at the best of times, but especially during this four-game stretch in which the Stars have averaged just 1.25 goals per night. Bishop will try to snap his losing ways Thursday against Florida.
Bishop will get the starting nod at home versus the Rangers on Tuesday, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Bishop gave up just one goal on 23 shots faced in his last outing, his first since suffering a lower-body injury. The 32-year-old netminder should reach the 50-game mark and could challenge for the 30-win threshold for the first time since leaving Tampa Bay.
Bishop made 22 saves in Saturday's 1-0 loss to the Predators.
The veteran netminder came up with some big stops and didn't appear hampered by the minor lower-body injury that kept him out earlier in the week. Unfortunately, the Stars were unable to solve Juuse Saros for the second straight game, giving Bishop no margin for error. One the season, he now sports a solid 2.46 GAA and .921 save percentage.
Bishop will guard the home goal Saturday versus the Predators, Bruce LeVine of Dallas Stars Radio reports.
Bishop was cleared to play Thursday but served as the backup to Anton Khudobin in the contest. He'll look to shake off his lower-body issue and some struggles in the cage all in one Saturday, but he'll have his work cut out for him versus a Nashville team that averages 3.31 goals per game on the road (third in NHL).
Bishop (lower body) has been cleared and is healthy for Thursday's game against the Predators, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Bishop will serve as the backup Thursday, making Saturday his likely target date to retake the cage. He and Anton Khudobin have both seen a fair amount of action this season thanks to success in goal for each of them, so Bishop may not serve as a workhorse down the stretch.
Bishop (lower body) won't dress for Tuesday's game against the Oilers.
Although Bishop won't dress against Edmonton, he was able to practice Tuesday morning and is considered day-to-day with his lower-body issue, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him back between the pipes Thursday against the Predators. With Bishop unavailalbe, Anton Khudobin will guard the goal against the Oilers while Jake Oettinger serves as his backup.
Bishop allowed four goals on 28 shots in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Bruins.
Bishop allowed at least one goal in each period en route to his second consecutive loss following a three-game winning streak. The veteran netminder is still enjoying a strong season with a 2.49 GAA and .921 save percentage, and things only get easier from here considering these last two losses have come at the hands of the Blues and Bruins, who played each other for the Stanley Cup last season.
Bishop will tend the twine for Thursday's road clash with Boston, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Bishop returns to the crease for the first time since being given the hook against St. Louis on Feb. 21 after allowing four goals on 13 shots. If the Denver native puts together another disappointing performance, coach Rick Bowness may have to consider giving Anton Khudobin an extended look in goal.
Bishop allowed four goals on 13 shots in 24:45 of Friday's 5-1 loss to the Blues.
Bishop was replaced by Anton Khudobin in goal after the Blues' Jaden Schwartz staked his team to a 4-0 lead. The loss will go to Bishop, who dropped to 21-13-4 with a 2.45 GAA and a .922 save percentage in 41 appearances. The 33-year-old has allowed three or more goals in six of his last 10 outings -- that's rather unlike his usual level of play. It would not be a surprise to see Khudobin get the nod for Sunday's game against the Blackhawks.
Bishop will tend the home twine Friday versus the Blues, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Bishop has performed admirably between the pipes in his last three starts, going 3-0-0 with a 2.30 GAA and a .933 save percentage. He also owns noticeably better home splits, carrying a 2.06 GAA and a .934 save percentage into Friday evening's matchup with a St. Louis squad that has tallied three or fewer goals in each of its last four contests.
Bishop made 39 saves in a 3-2 win over Arizona on Wednesday.
Bishop was tremendous in earning his third consecutive victory, each of those coming by a one-goal margin. In fact, Bishop's last six starts have all been decided by a single tally. The 33-year-old improved to 21-12-4 with a 2.37 GAA and a .925 save percentage heading into Friday's home start against St. Louis.
Bishop will patrol the crease during Wednesday's home game against Arizona, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Bishop has been on a roll recently, picking up back-to-back road wins over the Maple Leafs and Canadiens while posting an admirable 2.44 GAA and .921 save percentage. The 33-year-old American will attempt to secure his 21st victory of the season in a home matchup with a Coyotes club that's only averaging 2.41 goals per game on the road this campaign, 26th in the NHL.
Bishop made 29 saves in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over Montreal.
The Habs went up 3-0,but Bishop then locked up the twine tent as his mates roared back to take the victory. Bishop has won two straight games against the Leafs and Habs.
Bishop will guard the road cage for Saturday's game against Montreal, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Bishop will draw another start after he stymied Toronto on Thursday, stopping 29 of 31 shots en route to the victory. The 33-year-old will face a decent matchup against a Canadiens offense that ranks 17th in goals per contest this campaign (2.95). Bishop has been dominant against Montreal in his career, posting a 13-4-4 record along with a .937 save percentage and 1.75 GAA across 22 appearances.
Bishop made 29 saves in a 3-2 win over Toronto on Thursday.
Big Ben was sharp, which is a nice change from his recent cool stretch. His season overall has been solid -- Bishop has a 2.38 GAA and .924 save percentage. No, they're not the stellar numbers he put up last season, but they are close to his career norm. Bishop could see a little extra rest over the rest of the season, so he's ready for a long postseason run.
Bishop was the first goalie off the ice at Thursday's game-day skate, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports, indicating he will be between the pipes on the road versus Toronto.
Bishop sat out the Stars' previous two games after having posted a 2-3-1 record and .898 save percentage in his last seven outings. Even though the Denver native has been struggling of late, he is unlikely to concede the starting job to Anton Khudobin, though he may see a few extra starts headed Khudobin's way down the stretch.
Bishop gave up three goals on 30 shots in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Wild.
All three goals came from tough angles, which Bishop would likely want back. The 33-year-old dropped to 18-12-4 with a 2.38 GAA and a .924 save percentage in 37 games. He has just two wins and 15 goals allowed over his last five starts, which is a little more generous than what's expected of him. Expect Anton Khudobin to get Saturday's road start in St. Louis.
Bishop will get the starting nod against the Wild at home Friday, Bruce LeVine of Dallas Stars Radio reports.
Bishop is 2-1-1 with a 3.21 GAA and .897 save percentage in his last five outings. With 18 wins on the year, the netminder needs just seven more victories to reach the 25-win mark for the third consecutive season. In his previous clash with Minnesota, the Denver native gave up three goals on 15 shots after coming on in relief of Anton Khudobin.
Bishop stopped 37 of 41 shots in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Islanders.
Bishop was just under four minutes away from a second straight road win when New York's Mathew Barzal tied the game on a fortunate bounce off the end boards. Anthony Beauvillier later beat Bishop on a breakaway in overtime to secure the win for the Islanders. The loss dropped Bishop to 18-11-4 with a 2.36 GAA and .925 save percentage. He'll look to bounce back Friday against Minnesota.
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