Bishop will miss at least two weeks with a lower-body injury.
Bishop stopped all three shots that he faced before leaving last night’s game with a lower-body injury. It was just his second game back from a lower-body injury that cost him five games and this later injuries will cost him at least six games. Bishop will be re-evaluated after the two weeks and his status for the remaining three games will be determined.
Bishop led the Stars onto the ice for warmups.
Bishop will likely start Sunday in Winnipeg.
Bishop (lower-body) will return to the Stars crease on Friday.
Bishop stopped all 12 games that he faced before leaving the Stars loss to the Senators on March 5th. Bishop ended up missing the next five games but will return tonight in Ottawa. The 31-year-old has gone 6-9-2 with a 3.16 GAA and .890 SV% on the road so far this season.
Bishop (knee) will travel on the Stars six-game road-trip.
Bishop will miss his second straight game on Friday but will travel with the team to start a road-trip in Pittsburgh on Sunday. Bishop is expected to start skating next week but there is still no firm timetable for his return. Expect Kari Lehtonen to start every game until Bishop is ready.
Source: Mike Heika 03/9/18, 10:08 am EST
Bishop (lower-body) will miss at least the next two games.
Bishop was hurt in the first period Monday’s game vs. the Senators and was replaced by Kari Lehtonen for the second period. Bishop won’t play Tuesday or Friday and will be re-evaluated heading into Sunday’s game in Pittsburgh. Expect Lehtonen to start the next two games.
Bishop has left Monday's game with a lower-body injury and is questionable to return.
Bishop will start Monday vs. the Senators.
Bishop allowed two goals on 37 shots in the Stars win over the Blues on Saturday. Bishop has been superb on American Airlines Center ice this season, going 20-8-2 with a 2.15 GAA and .930 SV% in 32 appearances. He is an excellent option to kick-off the week with the 22-32-10 Ottawa Senators in Dallas tonight.
Bishop will start Saturday vs. the Blues.
Bishop allowed five goals on 25 shots in the Stars OT loss to the Lightning on Thursday. Bishop has allowed 12 goals on 91 shots (.868 SV%) and one shutout in his last five appearances. Tonight he will face the Blues for the third time this season—Bishop is 2-0-0 with a 1.50 GAA and .955 SV% in his first two starts vs. St. Louis this season.
Bishop will start Thursday vs. the Lightning.
Bishop stopped all 38 shots that he faced in the Stars shutout win over the Flames on Tuesday. The win snapped a bit of a ugly stretch for Bishop and the Stars, who will welcome the Lightning to American Airlines Center tonights. The 31-year-old netminder was lit up by his former team earlier in the season, but he is 19-8-1 with a 2.06 GAA and .933 SV% on home-ice.
Bishop will start Tuesday vs. the Flames.
Bishop stopped five of six shots after replacing Kari Lehtonen in the Stars’ loss to the Jets on Saturday. The 31-year-old has gone 3-3-0 while posting a 2.95 GAA and .899 SV% in February. In his first start against the Flames, Bishop turned aside 34 of 38 shots in a 6-4 win in late-November.
Bishop will start Wednesday against the Ducks.
Bishop had a terrible start against the Sharks on Monday, allowing four goals on just five shots before being pulled from the game. It was the second time in three starts that Bishop had to be relieved in favour of Kari Lehtonen. He’ll be hard-pressed to get his game back on track tonight, as he draws a difficult matchup in Anaheim.
Bishop will start Sunday in San Jose.
Bishop will start vs. the Blues on Friday.
Bishop had a disappointing game against the Canucks on Sunday, stopping just 16 of 20 shots before being pulled in favour of Kari Lehtonen. It was an unfortunate end to a strong stretch of games for Bishop, who had been 6-3-1 with a .934 SV% over his previous ten starts. He has a decent matchup tonight at home against the Blues.
Bishop will start Sunday vs. the Canucks.
Bishop will start Thursday in Chicago.
Bishop stopped 31 of 32 shots in the Stars win over the Rangers on Monday. Bishop hasn’t been great on the road this season, going 5-7-2 with a 3.09 GAA and .894 SV%. The 31-year-old has not lost to the Blackhawks this season, going 3-0-0 with a 1.62 GAA and .938 SV% in three games vs. Chicago.
Source: Mike Heika 02/8/18, 2:42 pm EST
Bishop was the first goalie off of the ice at the Stars morning skate.
Source: Mike Heika 02/8/18, 1:08 pm EST
Bishop (face) will return to the Stars crease on Monday.
Bishop allowed three goals on 42 shots in the Stars loss to the Kings last Tuesday. He ended up missing Saturday’s game after being hit in the face on the bench during Thursday’s game, but the swelling has gone down and he’s ready-to-go Monday. Bishop came out of January at 4-4-1 with a 2.22 GAA and .927 SV% in nine starts.
Bishop (face) will not be available on Saturday.
Bishop was hit in the face by a puck on the bench during Thursday’s game and won’t play Saturday. Bishop doesn’t have a concussion but they need to wait for some swelling to come down. A goalie will be recalled to backup Kari Lehtonen on Saturday.
Bishop will start Tuesday vs. the Kings.
Bishop surrendered four goals on 29 shots in the Stars loss to the Maple Leafs last Thursday. Bishop has gone 4-3-1 with a 2.12 GAA and .927 SV% in eight January starts. Tonight he will face a Kings team that he spent the end of last season with—he comes in at 16-6-1 with a 2.06 GAA and .931 SV% at the American Airlines Center this season.