Hogberg turned aside 31 of 34 shots in Wednesday's 4-2 loss to the Oilers.
The 26-year-old was making his first start since suffering a lower-body injury Feb. 18. He allowed three highly-skilled goals to the all-world duo of Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl -- and he benefitted from three Edmonton goal posts -- but overall performed admirably in his return to action. Hogberg is 2-6-0 in 11 games (eight starts) this season with a 4.19 GAA and .866 save percentage.
Hogberg will be between the pipes for Wednesday's home matchup with Edmonton, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Hogberg will be in the crease for the first time since Feb. 18 versus Toronto, when he suffered his lower-body injury after facing just five shots. In his 10 combined outings this year, the Swedish netminder is sporting a 2-5-0 record with a 4.34 GAA and .859 save percentage.
Hogberg was promoted to Ottawa's active roster Tuesday.
Hogberg hasn't seen NHL action since Feb. 18 versus Toronto due to a lower-body injury, but he could be back between the pipes for the Senators as soon as Wednesday against the Oilers. He's gone 2-5-0 while posting an ugly 4.34 GAA and .859 save percentage in 10 appearances with Ottawa this season.
Hogberg was sent to AHL Belleville on a conditioning loan Friday.
Hogberg has been sidelined for over a month with a lower-body injury, so he'll head to the minors to get up to speed before rejoining the big club. The 26-year-old backstop has gone 2-5-0 while posting a 4.34 GAA and .859 save percentage in 10 top-level appearances this year.
Hogberg (lower body) was activated off injured reserve Wednesday, CapFriendly reports.
Hogberg returned to practice Tuesday and could be ready for action as soon as Thursday against Toronto. The 26-year-old Swede has posted a sub-par 4.34 GAA and .859 save percentage through 10 appearances this season.
Hogberg (lower body) is on the ice for Tuesday's practice.
Hogberg has been sidelined for over a month with a lower-body injury, so he's likely still a ways away from returning to game action, but his presence on the ice Tuesday is nonetheless an encouraging sign of the progress he's made in his recovery. The 26-year-old backstop has posted a 2-5-0 record while registering a 4.34 GAA and an .859 save percentage in 10 appearances this year.
According to general manager Pierre Dorion, Hogberg (lower body) could head to AHL Belleville by the end of March for a conditioning stint, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Hogberg's been skating on his own recently, but it sounds like he'll likely head to the minors to get back into playing shape rather than being thrust directly into NHL action once healthy. The 26-year-old netminder has gone 2-5-0 while posting an ugly 4.34 GAA and .859 save percentage through 10 top-level appearances this season.
Hogberg (lower body) has been on the ice but his return isn't imminent, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Officially, there's no timetable for Hogberg's return. He was given a 1-2 week schedule on Feb. 20, but he's been out for nearly a month. The Senators are down to their fourth-string goalie, Filip Gustavsson, after Joey Daccord (leg) left Wednesday's game versus the Canucks. Matt Murray (upper body) is also out, and he has not resumed skating. Hogberg would likely take on a starting role if he's the first of the injured goalies to return.
Hogberg (lower body) has been moved to IR, retroactive to Feb. 18, per the NHL's official media site.
Hogberg's now six days removed from suffering a lower-body injury with an expected return timetable of 1-2 weeks. Whenever he's healthy enough to play, Hogberg's expected to return to a backup role behind Matt Murray.
Hogberg (lower body) is expected to be sidelined for 1-2 weeks, Ian Mendes of TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
With Hogberg week-to-week, Joey Daccord will take over as the Senators' No. 2 netminder. The 26-year-old Hogberg has already made 10 appearances this season, going 2-5-0 while posting an unsightly 4.34 GAA and .859 save percentage.
Hogberg (lower body) isn't expected to be available for Sunday's game versus the Canadiens, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Hogberg was injured while making a save in the first period of Thursday's game in Toronto. While he hasn't been officially ruled out yet, it doesn't look good for Hogberg to dress for Sunday's game. If he can't play, Matt Murray will likely start, while Joey Daccord would be in line to serve as the backup.
Hogberg (lower body) won't return to Thursday's game against the Maple Leafs.
Hogberg departed the game midway through the first period. Hogberg was replaced by Matt Murray, with Joey Daccord acting as the No. 2. Expect the Senators to update Hogberg's status as-needed heading into their next game against Montreal on Sunday.
Hogberg (undisclosed) needed to leave Thursday's game against Toronto due to an injury, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.
Hogberg appeared to injure himself while making a save in the first period, as he needed to head immediately to the dressing room. Hogberg left the game having stopped four of five shots, and he was replaced by Matt Murray. Expect the team to update Hogberg's status as soon as it becomes available.
Hogberg will draw the road start for Thursday's game against the Maple Leafs, Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sun reports.
Hogberg will get his third start in four games, as he's gone 2-5-0 along with a 4.32 GAA and .860 save percentage this season. His last time out against Toronto, Hogberg stopped 33 of 38 shots en route to the victory. It will be a tough test Thursday, as the Maple Leafs sit fourth in the league in goals per game this season (3.53).
Hogberg turned aside 33 shots in Monday's 6-5 overtime win over the Maple Leafs.
Despite his lackluster save percentage on the night, Hogberg made some huge stops and was one of the biggest factors for the Senators in their comeback from a 5-1 deficit. Matt Murray (upper body) doesn't yet have a clear timetable for his return, but with Hogberg having won consecutive starts, the 26-year-old figures to remain in the top spot on Ottawa's depth chart.
Hogberg will guard the road net in Monday's game versus the Maple Leafs, Chris STevenson of TSN 1200 reports.
Hogberg notched his first win of the season Saturday as he turned aside 30 of 31 shots against the Jets. That was the first time he finished with better than an .870 save percentage in a game this year. He'll certainly be a risky play Monday, as the Maple Leafs are basically at full health and have averaged 3.53 goals per game.
Hogberg turned aside 30 shots in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Jets.
It's been a rough start to the campaign for the 26-year-old netminder, but with Matt Murray (upper body) unavailable, Hogberg came through with his best performance (and first win) of the season, making a number of huge stops to keep the Sens in the game before Brady Tkachuk potted the winner inside the final 10 seconds. The effort shaved more than half a goal off his GAA, but Hogberg still sports a poor 4.23 mark through eight appearances with an .859 save percentage. It's unclear how long Murray might be sidelined, but on the strength of this win, Hogberg will likely remain Ottawa's No. 1 goalie ahead of prospect Filip Gustavsson in the interim.
Hogberg will patrol the crease during Saturday's road matchup with Winnipeg, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Hogberg has played poorly in limited action this season, posting an 0-5-0 record while registering an ugly 4.88 GAA and .836 save percentage in seven appearances. The 26-year-old netminder will try to pick up his first win of the campaign in a tough road matchup with a Jets team that's averaging 3.54 goals per game this season, sixth in the NHL.
Hogberg stopped nine of 11 shots in Thursday's 5-1 loss to Winnipeg.
Hogberg relieved injured starter Matt Murray to begin the third period with the Senators already trailing 3-0. The nature of Murray's injury is not yet known, but Hogberg is not a fantasy option even if he's in line to carry the load for any length of time. The 26-year-old is winless in seven appearances with a disastrous 4.88 GAA and .836 save percentage.
Hogberg stopped only 10 of 13 shots before being replaced by Matt Murray early in the second period of Tuesday's 3-2 loss to the Oilers.
The 26-year-old backup netminder let in a couple of questionable tallies before getting the hook, and he ended up digging a hole the inconsistent Senators offense couldn't climb out of. Hogberg is 0-5-0 with a brutal 4.80 GAA and .837 save percentage through six appearances, and while Murray hasn't been significantly better, Ottawa may decide to look elsewhere for a No. 2 goalie -- perhaps even top prospect Filip Gustavsson, currently on the taxi squad -- if Hogberg can't turn things around soon.
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|02/15||@ TOR||W 6-5 (OT)||1||5||33||38|
|02/13||@ WPG||W 2-1||1||1||30||31|
|02/11||@ WPG||L 1-5||2||9||11|
|02/09||vs EDM||L 2-3||1||3||10||13|
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