Dubnyk allowed four goals on 26 shots in a 5-4 overtime win over the Ducks on Sunday.
Dubnyk's first start in two weeks had plenty of flaws, but he was able to get the win thanks Kevin Fiala's tally in overtime. The 33-year-old goalie improved to 12-15-2 with a 3.35 GAA and an .890 save percentage through 30 appearances. Dubnyk likely didn't do anything to convince interim head coach Dean Evason that he's worthy of seeing more starts with Alex Stalock in good form recently.
Dubnyk will guard the crease for Sunday's contest in Anaheim, Anthony LaPanta of Fox Sports North reports.
Dubnyk will make his first appearance since Feb. 23 where he allowed four goals on 26 shots in a loss to the Blues. For the season, the 33-year-old has struggled with a 3.34 GAA and .892 save percentage in 29 appearances. A matchup against the low-scoring Ducks gives Dubnyk a solid chance to earn his first win since Feb. 19.
Dubnyk yielded four goals on 26 shots in a 4-1 loss to St. Louis on Sunday.
Dubnyk didn't get a ton of help in this one and was foiled in a bid for his first back-to-back wins since Christmas. The 33-year-old dropped to 11-15-2 with a 3.34 GAA and .892 save percentage.
Dubnyk will patrol the home crease for Sunday's game against the Blues, Jessi Pierce of The Athletic reports.
Dubnyk has been decent for the Wild in his past five starts, going 3-2-0 along with a 3.17 GAA and .901 save percentage over that span. He'll face a decent matchup with the Blues sitting at 15th in the league in goals per contest this season (3.15). The 33-year-old has appeared in 29 games against the Blues in his career, sporting a 12-14-3 record along with a .900 save percentage and 2.96 GAA over that span.
Dubnyk turned aside 31 of 34 shots in a 4-3 shootout win over the Canucks.
Making his first start in over a week, Dubnyk wasn't dominant, but he was good enough to get the win. The 33-year-old improved to 11-14-2 with a 3.31 GAA an .893 save percentage through 28 appearances. If he plays Friday, he'll face a depleted but still dangerous Oilers team.
Dubnyk will defend the road net Wednesday against the Canucks, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Alex Stalock has started the last three games for the Wild, but Dubnyk will re-enter the blue paint for this Western Conference clash. The 33-year-old Dubnyk has been inconsistent on the road this year with an .891 save percentage and 4-8-0 record, and getting back on track will be difficult. The Canucks rank fourth with 3.55 goals per home contest, and the trade addition of Tyler Toffoli will help alleviate the loss of Brock Boeser (ribs).
Dubnyk surrendered three goals on 33 shots in a 3-2 loss to the Avalanche on Sunday.
Both teams got all of their goals in the second period. Dubnyk gave up one tally each while on the power play, while penalty killing and at even strength. The 33-year-old dropped to 10-14-2 with a 3.33 GAA and an .893 save percentage in 27 appearances.
Dubnyk will patrol the home crease in Sunday's game against Colorado, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
The Wild chose to ride the hot hand Sunday after Dubnyk stopped 31 of 33 shots en route to the victory in Dallas on Friday. He hasn't been great in his last five starts, however, going just 2-3-0 along with a 4.04 GAA and .868 save percentage in that span. Dubnyk will face a tough matchup against a Colorado offense that currently paces the league in goals per game this season (3.69).
Dubnyk stopped 31 of 33 shots in a 3-2 win over the Stars on Friday.
Dubnyk gave up the first two goals of the game, but played well enough at the end of the contest to allow the Wild to make a comeback. The 33-year-old improved to 10-13-2 with a 3.34 GAA and an .892 save percentage in 26 games. Owning Dubnyk has been a roller-coaster for fantasy owners, one which could continue if he starts Sunday's game against the high-scoring Avalanche.
Dubnyk is expected to get the start in goal versus the Stars on the road Friday, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Dubnyk struggled in his last start Saturday against the Bruins, surrendering six goals on 34 shots en route to a 6-1 blowout loss. The veteran backstop will attempt to bounce back in a road matchup with a Dallas club that's only averaging 2.62 goals per game at home this campaign, 30th in the NHL.
Dubnyk made 28 saves in a 6-1 loss to Boston on Saturday.
He'd entered the break with a win, but that's now been bookended by two losses in which he allowed a combined 13 goals. Dubnyk has had a difficult season on and off the ice. Right now, he needs to be benched. Games with six or seven goals against will act like an anchor on your squad.
Dubnyk gave up two goals on 27 shots in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Red Wings.
Dubnyk didn't start so well, as both goals against came in the first period. He then stopped 16 shots over the final 40 minutes to secure the win. The 33-year-old improved to 9-12-2 with a 3.28 GAA and an .893 save percentage in 24 games. The Wild resume their season Feb. 1 against the Bruins, which should be a significantly tougher task than the one the Red Wings presented.
Dubnyk will tend the twine for Wednesday's home matchup with Detroit, Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Dubnyk will be back in the crease following three games on the sideline in favor of Alex Stalock. In his last five outings, the veteran Dubnyk went 1-4-0 with a 3.67 GAA and .867 save percentage. A matchup with a Detroit squad that is averaging a league-low 2.12 goals could be what Dubnyk needs to get his season back on track.
Dubnyk allowed seven goals on 29 shots in a 7-3 loss to the Penguins on Tuesday.
Dubnyk has really struggled lately, going 1-4-0 with an .867 save percentage in the last five games. He is 8-12-2 with a 3.35 GAA and .892 save percentage in 23 contests this season.
Dubnyk will patrol the crease during Tuesday's road game versus the Penguins, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Dubnyk has struggled recently, suffering losses in three of his last four starts while posting a sub-par .896 save percentage. The veteran backstop will attempt to get back on track in a tough road matchup with a hot Pittsburgh team that'll have captain Sidney Crosby (groin) back in its lineup for the first time since Nov. 9.
Dubnyk allowed three goals on 29 shots in a 4-1 loss to Vancouver on Sunday.
Dubnyk's latest loss drops his season record to 8-11-2. Since returning to the Wild following a personal matter, the veteran netminder owns a 4-3-0 record across eight appearances. Dubnyk's inconsistent play this season, combined with Minnesota's collective struggles, make him tough to trust most nights in fantasy.
Dubnyk will tend the home goal for Sunday's matchup against Vancouver, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
In his past seven starts, he's racked up a 4-2-0 record along with a 2.76 GAA and .909 save percentage. Dubnyk will have a tough matchup against a Canucks offense that ranks 10th in the league in goals per game this season (3.29).
Dubnyk (personal) rejoined the Wild for practice Saturday, Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Dubnyk had been away from the team for the past few days to be with his wife, who recently required a medical procedure. Coach Bruce Boudreau hasn't indicated if Dubnyk will be available for Sunday's game against the Canucks, but Jessi Pierce of NHL.com projects the 33-year-old to patrol the crease for the Wild.
Dubnyk was granted a leave of absence from the team Tuesday, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
The team didn't provide a specific timeline for when Dubnyk might be back with the club, but he could be gone through the All-Star break. In the interim, Alex Stalock figures to take over as the No. 1 option while Kaapo Kahkonen was called up from the minors.
Dubnyk made 19 saves in a 3-2 overtime win over the Jets on Saturday.
He wasn't all that busy -- his counterpart, Connor Hellebuyck, saw more than twice as much rubber Saturday. But Dubnyk was good enough when he had to be. His single-game save percentage (.905) wasn't great, but a win is a win. And it was a nice way to snap a two-game losing streak. Dubnyk is actually 3-2 in his last five starts, which is remarkably better than his overall 8-10-2 record. Could his second half be much better than his first? Yes, in a word. And you might just be the surprising beneficiary.
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