Brossoit stopped 28 of 31 shots Monday in a 3-1 loss to the Canucks.
Brossoit was victimized twice by Vancouver rookie Nils Hoglander, and Bo Horvat tallied the eventual game-winner, handing Brossoit his third consecutive loss. It remains to be seen who will get the starting nod for Tuesday's rematch after No. 1 starter Connor Hellebuyck (undisclosed) was given a maintenance day Monday.
Brossoit will guard the home cage Monday against the Canucks, Mitchell Clinton of the Jets' official site reports.
Connor Hellebuyck (undisclosed) took a maintenance day in practice Sunday and will cede the crease to Brossoit on Monday. Coach Paul Maurice said Hellebuyck would be able to play if the playoffs started now, but it's possible Brossoit could see more action in Winnipeg's two remaining regular-season games after Monday.
Brossoit stopped 16 of 18 shots Monday in a 2-1 loss to Ottawa.
Brossoit was beaten on a Nikita Zaitsev howitzer from the right circle with 1:13 left in regulation, snapping a 1-1 tie. The loss dropped Brossoit to 6-5-0 on the year with 2.36 GAA and .920 save percentage. Fantasy managers can expect Connor Hellebuyck to be back between the pipes Wednesday in Calgary.
Brossoit will draw the road start for Monday's game against Ottawa, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports.
The 28-year-old will draw his first start since Apr. 14. He's gone 6-4-0 along with a 2.39 GAA and .922 save percentage in 12 appearances. Brossoit has been strong against Ottawa this season, going 2-0-0 and stopping 65 of the 70 shots he's faced in two games. This will be a tough test for Brossoit, as the Senators have averaged 3.00 goals per contest in their last five outings.
Brossoit stopped all seven shots he faced in relief of Connor Hellebuyck during Monday's 6-1 loss to the Oilers.
Brossoit wasn't overly challenged as the Oilers eased up in the third period with a hefty lead in hand. The 28-year-old goalie remains at 6-4-0 with a 2.39 GAA and a .922 save percentage through 12 appearances. Brossoit isn't likely to draw many additional starts with Hellebuyck still the unquestioned No. 1 for the Jets.
Brossoit replaced a struggling Connor Hellebuyck and picked up 25 saves on 26 shots in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Maple Leafs.
Toronto blitzed traditional starter Hellebuyck to the tune of three goals in the first period, so Brossoit was called in to stop the bleeding. He did just that, but the backup tender was clearly outmatched when Auston Matthews linked up with Mitchell Marner on the rush. Brossoit's record stands at 6-4-0 with a 2.47 GAA and a .920 save percentage.
Brossoit stopped 27 of 29 shots in Wednesday's 3-2 victory over the Senators.
Brossoit was beaten by Nick Paul just 79 seconds into the game and then blanked the Senators the rest of the way until Joshua Norris struck for an extra-attacker goal on the power play with 10 seconds left in regulation. Brossoit has turned in a steady season behind No. 1 netminder Connor Hellebuyck, logging a 2.57 GAA and .916 save percentage in his 10 appearances.
Brossoit will guard the road goal during Wednesday's matchup with Ottawa, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports.
Brossoit hasn't played since March 27, when he allowed four goals on 33 shots en route to a 4-2 road loss to the Flames. The 28-year-old netminder will try to pick up his sixth win of the year in a road matchup with a Senators squad that's only averaging 2.68 goals per game at home this campaign, 24th in the NHL.
Brossoit surrendered four goals on 33 shots in Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Flames.
Brossoit kept things close through two periods, but he let in a couple of soft goals in the third to take the loss. The 28-year-old dropped to 5-3-0 with a 2.63 GAA and a .914 save percentage through nine appearances. He's not likely to see much time outside of back-to-back situations. Connor Hellebuyck is the front-runner to start Monday's game versus the Flames to close a three-game series.
Brossoit will defend the blue paint during Saturday's road game versus the Flames, Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Brossoit wasn't great in his last start March 18 against the Oilers, surrendering two goals on just 21 shots en route to a 2-1 defeat. The 28-year-old backstop will try to get back in the win column in a road matchup with a Calgary club that's only averaging 2.59 goals per game this season, 23rd in the NHL.
Brossoit allowed two goals on 21 shots in Thursday's 2-1 loss to the Oilers.
With both teams on the second half of back-to-back situations, it was a low-event game in the first period. Brossoit was solid, but he was beaten twice by Connor McDavid in the second period. That was enough to send the 27-year-old goalie to his second loss of the year. Brossoit is 5-2-0 with a 2.43 GAA and a .920 save percentage in eight outings. He's unlikely to play much outside of back-to-back situations, and the Jets don't have another of those until March 26 and 27 in Calgary.
Brossoit is set to get the starting nod against Edmonton on the road Thursday, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports.
Brossoit has made just seven appearances for the Jets this season, in which he's posted a 5-1-0 record with one shutout and a 2.49 GAA. The 27-year-old backup netminder figures to see minimal usage the rest of the way behind starter Connor Hellebuyck.
Brossoit made 20 saves in a 5-2 win over Toronto on Saturday.
The only goals he allowed were on odd-man rushes. Brossoit has been money in the bank whenever he starts -- he's 5-1 in six starts. Connor Hellebuyck continues to carry a heavy workload, but Brossoit can help in matchups.
Brossoit will make the road start in Saturday's game versus the Maple Leafs, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
Brossoit will make his first start since March 2. It's still Connor Hellebuyck's net, but Brossoit has played well in his occasional appearances, collecting three straight wins with a .957 save percentage. This will be perhaps his toughest test yet, as the Maple Leafs rank second in the league with 3.46 goals per game.
Brossoit allowed two goals on 33 shots in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Canucks.
The Jets got shut out in Monday's game versus the Canucks, but they offered Brossoit significantly more support Tuesday. The 27-year-old improved to 4-1-0 with a 2.19 GAA and a .936 save percentage in five outings. Brossoit is still the clear backup behind Connor Hellebuyck, but the former could have some value in DFS when he starts given his solid numbers this year.
Brossoit will defend the cage at home versus Vancouver on Tuesday, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports.
With the two clubs having squared off Monday, it shouldn't come as a surprise to see Brossoit get the nod for the second game of the back-to-back. In his limited appearances this year, the 27-year-old goalie has posted a 3-1-0 record with a 2.24 GAA and one shutout. Despite his decent outings this year, Brossoit won't be taking many starts away from Connor Hellebuyck and figures to primarily see action in back-to-backs.
Brossoit posted a 29-save shutout in Friday's 2-0 win over the Canucks.
Head coach Paul Maurice made a good choice in turning to Brossoit for Friday's game, as the usual backup was perfect in Vancouver. He's 3-1-0 with nine goals allowed on 139 shots so far this season. The 27-year-old Brossoit shouldn't be expected to play often -- look for Connor Hellebuyck to get back in the crease for Sunday's second game versus the Canucks.
Brossoit will start between the pipes in Friday's road clash with the Canucks, Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Brossoit has been solid in limited action this season, posting a 2-1-0 record while maintaining a 2.98 GAA and .918 save percentage through three appearances. He'll attempt to pick up his third victory of the season in a road matchup with a Vancouver squad that's averaging 3.67 goals per game at home this campaign, seventh in the NHL.
Brossoit kicked out 28 shots in Tuesday in a 3-2 win over Calgary.
Brossoit was giving Connor Hellebuyck a breather and turned in a steady performance. He picked up his second victory in three starts and now owns a 2.98 GAA and .918 save percentage. Winnipeg will undoubtedly turn back to Hellebuyck for the rematch Thursday.
Brossoit will patrol the crease during Tuesday's home clash with Calgary.
Brossoit wasn't great in his last start Jan. 24 against the Oilers, surrendering four goals on 38 shots en route to a 4-3 defeat. The 27-year-old backstop will attempt to bounce back and pick up his second win of the season in a home matchup with a Flames team that's averaging 2.88 goals per game this campaign, 17th in the NHL.
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