Gustavsson was assigned to AHL Belleville on Thursday.
Gustavsson won his final three NHL starts and didn't give up more than three goals in any of his final five appearances. After posting a .933 save percentage and 2.16 GAA during his nine appearances, the Senators are likely to give him a long look in 2021-22.
Gustavsson turned aside 30 of 33 shots in Wednesday's 4-3 overtime win against Toronto.
A late goal by Auston Matthews forced Gustavsson and the Senators to work overtime, but Josh Norris scored just nine seconds into the extra period to hand Gustavsson his third win in his last four starts. The 22-year-old Gustavsson turned in an encouraging, albeit brief, rookie campaign, going 5-1-2 with a 2.16 GAA and .933 save percentage.
Gustavsson will guard the home cage during Wednesday's matchup with the Maple Leafs, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
With the No. 1 spot in the North division clinched, the Leafs may decide to rest some of their key players Wednesday, which would obviously bode well for Gustavvson's chances of ending the season with a win. The 22-year-old netminder has been impressive in limited action with the Senators this year, going 4-1-2 while posting an admirable 2.04 GAA and .937 save percentage.
Gustavsson gave up two goals on 13 shots in relief of starter Anton Forsberg in Sunday's 6-1 loss to the Flames.
Both goals allowed by Gustavsson were scored in the third period. The 22-year-old Swede has a 4-1-2 record with a 2.04 GAA and a .937 save percentage through his first eight NHL appearances. He is likely in the mix to start Wednesday's season finale versus the Maple Leafs.
Gustavsson stopped 27 of 29 shots Saturday in a 4-2 victory over Winnipeg.
Gustavsson was victorious in his second straight start against the Jets, limiting Winnipeg to a second-period Mason Appleton goal and a third-period breakaway tally by Mark Scheifele. The 22-year-old Gustavsson has made three starts since the beginning of May, going 2-0-1 with a sparkling .938 save percentage.
Gustavsson will start Saturday's game in Winnipeg.
Gustavsson will man the crease after being brought up from the taxi squad earlier in the day. The 22-year-old has gotten off to a terrific start, with a 3-1-2 record, 1.87 GAA and .944 save percentage.
Gustavsson has been promoted to Ottawa's active roster ahead of Saturday's game versus Winnipeg.
The Senators have yet to announce a starter for Saturday's contest, but Gustavsson could be in goal against the Jets.
Gustavsson was reassigned to Ottawa's taxi squad Tuesday.
This is likely just a paper move, so look for Gustavsson to return to the active roster ahead of Wednesday's matchup with Montreal. He's gone 3-1-2 while posting an admirable 1.86 GAA and .944 save percentage in six NHL appearances this season.
Gustavsson stopped 28 of 29 shots Monday in a 2-1 victory over Winnipeg.
Gustavsson was pitching a shutout until Josh Morrissey beat him from point-blank midway through the third period to tie the game at 1-1. Nikita Zaitsev regained the lead for Ottawa late in regulation to give the 22-year-old Gustavsson his third win of the year. He improved to 3-1-2 with a stingy 1.87 GAA and .944 save percentage.
Gustavsson will patrol the crease for Monday's home game against the Jets, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Gustavsson coughed up three goals on 39 shots in Saturday's overtime loss to the Canadiens. The 22-year-old is 2-1-2 with a 2.06 GAA and .940 save percentage in his first five NHL games. He'll take on a Jets team that's averaging just 2.54 goals per game since the start of April on Monday.
Gustavsson made 36 saves in a 3-2 overtime loss to Montreal on Saturday.
It was his first start since April 1. Gustavsson had his team up 2-0 heading into the third period, but the Sens just kept coughing the puck up in that frame and the dam finally cracked. He didn't play poorly, but his supporting cast can't be trusted. Gustavsson is a fantasy risk. Period.
Gustavsson will get the starting nod for Saturday's game in Montreal, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
It was originally reported that Anton Forsberg would get the start but he remains out with a lower-body issue. Gustavsson will make his first appearance since April 1, when he allowed four goals on 38 shots in a loss to the Canadiens. He'll look for better results Saturday, as Montreal's offense struggled for most of the last month; the Canadiens averaged just 2.24 goals per game during April.
Gustavsson was promoted to Ottawa's active roster Friday.
Gustavsson could be back between the pipes as soon as Saturday versus Montreal. He's gone 2-1-1 while posting an impressive 1.81 GAA and .946 save percentage in four NHL appearances this season.
Gustavsson was reassigned to Ottawa's taxi squad Thursday.
Gustavsson will likely return to the active roster ahead of Saturday's matchup with Montreal. He's gone 2-1-1 while posting an impressive 1.81 GAA and .946 save percentage through four NHL appearances this season.
Gustavsson was recalled from AHL Belleville on Monday.
Gustavsson will jump right into a backup role behind Marcus Hogberg on Monday against the Canucks, as Matt Murray and Anton Forsberg are both sidelined by lower-body injuries. The 22-year-old Swede has excelled in limited NHL action this season, posting a 2-1-1 record, 1.81 GAA and .946 save percentage.
Gustavsson was reassigned to AHL Belleville on Tuesday.
The Senators promoted Marcus Hogberg to the active roster in a corresponding move, so they're no longer in need of Gustavsson's services as a backup netminder.
Gustavsson was promoted to the active roster Monday.
Gustavsson is now available to start in Monday's game versus the Jets. The 22-year-old goalie has been fantastic through his first four NHL appearances, posting a .946 save percentage and a 2-1-1 record.
Gustavsson was designated for the taxi squad Sunday.
Gustavsson has been outstanding through his first NHL stint. The 22-year-old has recorded a .946 save percentage and a 2-1-1 record over his first four appearances. With Matt Murray, Anton Forsberg and Marcus Hogberg also healthy, the rotation in net is uncertain moving forward.
Gustavsson made 34 saves in a 4-1 loss to Montreal on Thursday.
The Senators didn't have anything to stop the line of Brendan Gallagher, Phillip Danault and Tomas Tatar, which put up six points on the night. Gustavsson had put up two consecutive wins prior to this loss and had only allowed two goals in those games. Given the revolving door in the Sens' net, Gustavsson is actually a decent option with the right matchup. Go figure.
Gustavsson will guard the home net in Thursday's game versus the Canadiens.
Matt Murray (upper body) has been activated from injured reserve, but Gustavsson will make his third start in four games. The 22-year-old has been fantastic this season, recording a .973 save percentage and a 2-0-1 record across three appearances. The Canadiens enter Thursday's game with three wins over their last seven contests while averaging 2.84 goals.
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|05/12||vs TOR||W 4-3 (OT)||1||3||30||33|
|05/09||@ CGY||L 1-6||2||11||13|
|05/08||@ WPG||W 4-2||1||2||27||29|
|05/03||vs WPG||W 2-1||1||1||28||29|
|05/01||@ MON||L 2-3 (OT)||1||3||36||39|
|04/01||vs MON||L 1-4||1||4||34||38|
|03/24||vs CGY||W 3-1||1||1||28||29|
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