Fasth (knee) has been activated from injured reserve, Chris Wescott of edmontonoilers.com. reports.Although he hasn't played in a game since Feb. 16, Fasth will likely get the nod in Saturday's season finale against the Canucks. He'll be a free agent after the season, coming off a disappointing and injury-marred campaign.
Fasth (knee) could be ready to play in Saturday's season finale against the Canucks, Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal reports.
Fasth (knee) skated with the Oilers on Saturday morning, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.Fasth's activity has been limited since suffering a knee injury in the middle of February, and it looks like Saturday's skate might have just been an effort on his part to get some conditioning work in. The netminder still being listed as out indefinitely by the Oilers, making it unlikely that he plays again this season with just one week remaining on the schedule.
Fasth (knee) is being listed as out indefinitely.With no timetable in place for his return, it appears safe to say that Fasth will not be activated from injured reserve when eligible Feb. 24. The Oilers will welcome back Ben Scrivens from a hamstring injury Wednesday against the Bruins, and he'll be in line to assume the bulk of the starts for the Oilers while Fasth remains out of commission. Richard Bachman will stick with Edmonton as Scrivens' backup.
Fasth (knee) was moved to injured reserve Wednesday.
Fasth suffered a knee injury in Monday's shootout loss to the Jets.Per the report, the severity of Fasth's injury has yet to be determined, but fortunately for the Oilers, it looks like fellow goalie Ben Scrivens will be available for Wednesday's game against the Bruins, according to Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network.
Fasth (undisclosed) had leave the game early versus the Jets on Monday.Fasth was injured on the first shootout attempt while trying to make a behind the back save. He had to be helped off the ice. Unfortunately for Fasth and the Oilers that save attempt was unsuccessful and was the only goal in the shootout.
Fasth is slated to start Monday's game against the Jets, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.Fasth, who has dropped four of his last five decisions, will look to bounce back Monday after being pulled in the first minute of the second period of Saturday's 7-2 loss to the Senators.
Fasth surrendered three goals on 15 shots before he was pulled after in the first minute of second period in Saturday's 7-2 loss to the Senators.Backup Richard Bachman came on and was equally horrid in relief, so Fasth's standing as the team's No. 1 goalie shouldn't change. That being said, Fasth is 2-4-0 over six February starts, posting a 3.72 GAA and .875 save percentage. Even in leagues that start multiple goalies, fantasy owners might be better off leaving a slot empty rather than deploying Fasth.
Fasth led the Oilers on the ice for pregame warmups and will be in the crease for Saturday's game against the Senators, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.Fasth will make his third straight turn with Ben Scrivens (hamstring) facing an indefinite return date. With save percentages below .900 in his previous three outings and a .889 mark over 24 games on the season, Fasth should be avoided even against a relatively low-scoring squad like the Senators.
Fasth allowed three goals on 26 shots, but ended up with a 4-3 overtime win against Montreal on Thursday.With the win, Fasth snaps a three-game losing skid, but his inconsistent play and the Oilers' unreliable offense mean he's not a very reliable option even with Ben Scrivens (hamstring) sidelined.
Fasth is slated to start Thursday's game against Montreal, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.Fasth, who has dropped his last three turns, allowing 10 goals in the process, draws another start Thursday, with fellow goalie Ben Scrivens dealing with a hamstring injury.
Fasth will be in the crease for Tuesday's game against the Islanders.
Fasth made 23 saves in a 5-1 loss to the Maple Leafs on Saturday night.
Fasth will be in the crease for Saturday's game against the Maple Leafs.
Fasth allowed two goals on 26 shots in Wednesday's 2-0 loss to the Penguins.Fasth has been disappointing for the Oilers this season, although Wednesday's loss was clearly not his fault. His save percentage on .892 is way below the league average, and will need to come up a lot if he wants to become a viable option for fantasy owners.
Fasth will be in the crease for Wednesday's game against the Penguins, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.
Fasth stood his ground for his fifth win of the season Monday, stopping 33 of 37 shots in a 5-4 shootout victory over the Sharks.
Fasth will be in the crease on Monday against the Sharks, Oilers broadcaster Jack Michaels reports.Fasth will be back in net for the fourth time in six games, earning a win in the first two in that span. He'll carry a 4-11-2 record, 3.29 GAA, and .891 save percentage into Monday's contest, making him a risky play for fantasy owners.
Fasth allowed just two goals on 29 shots, but took the loss Tuesday against visiting Minnesota.Ex-Oiler Devan Dubnyk stuck it to his old mates on the other side, ending Fasth's brief two-game winning streak. He's posted save marks of .925 or higher in three of the last four, but Fasth's body of work as a whole this year suggests that he can hardly be trusted by fantasy owners.
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