Kuemper (lower-body) suffered a setback in the morning skate and will not be available on Monday.
Kuemper was supposed to return to the Coyotes net on Monday but suffered an injury in the morning skate. There is no word on how long Kuemper is expected to be sidelined this time around but luckily Antti Raanta is ready to go in Montreal.
Kuemper (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Kuemper has been out since December 19th with a lower-body injury but was a full participant in Sunday’s practice and could be back in the crease on Monday. Kuemper is a game-time decision so monitor his status if the Coyotes have a morning skate if not there should be an update on his status around 5:00 PM ET.
Kuemper (lower-body) practiced on Tuesday and is "getting better every day."
Kuemper, who has missed the last 14 games, will miss Wednesday's game in Anaheim but head coach Rich Tocchet is encouraged by his progress. Tocchet said that the break "really helped with the rehab" and that Kuemper is nearing a return with each practice. Antti Raanta will continue to get the bulk of the starts but it looks like Kuemper will be back in the fold very soon.
Kuemper is week-to-week with a lower-body injury.
Kuemper went down without contact and was forced to leave late in Thursday's loss to the Wild and is expected to miss at least a couple of weeks. This is a huge blow for the Coyotes but Antti Raanta is a more than capable starter who will carry the water for the Coyotes moving forward. Don't expect to see Kuemper until early-January at the absolute earliest.
Kuemper will start Thursday vs. the Wild.
Kuemper stopped 26 of 28 shots in the Coyotes 3-2 win in San Jose on Tuesday. Kuemper has allowed two goals in three straight games and is 5-1-0 with a 1.98 GAA and .935 SV% in his last six starts. Tonight he faces the team that drafted him for the second time this season--he allowed four goals on 24 shots in 4-3 loss in the first meeting (Nov.9).
Kuemper will start Tuesday in San Jose.
Kuemper will start Saturday vs. the Devils.
Kuemper will start Thursday vs. the Blackhawks.
Kuemper allowed three goals on 29 shots in the Coyotes win in Chicago on Sunday. Kuemper has won four of his last five starts (4-0-1) while posting a 1.90 GAA and .939 SV%. The 29-year-old has gone 5-4-1 with a 1.99 GAA, .938 SV% and two shutouts on home-ice and gets set to face the Blackhawks again tonight.
Kuemper will start Sunday in Chicago.
Kuemper will start Thursday in Philadelphia.
Kuemper will start Tuesday in Columbus.
Kuemper allowed one goal on 38 shots in the Coyotes loss in Vegas on Friday. Antti Raanta started Saturday but they'll come back to Kuemper in Columbus. November was another great month for Kuemper, who was 5-3-2 with a 2.04 GAA, .937 SV% and two shutouts in 10 games. Kuemper leads the NHL in GAA (1.97) and SV% (.935) so you can't bench him regardless of the matchup.
Kuemper will start Friday in Vegas.
Kuemper will start Wednesday because Antti Raanta is dealing with an illness.
Antti Raanta was scheduled to start tonight's game but is sick, so Kuemper will take over between the pipes. He has surprisingly lost two straight while allowing three goals in each game, but has a bounce-back matchup on tap with the Ducks in town. He allowed two goals on 29 shots in a 2-1 loss in Anaheim in the season opener.
Kuemper will start Sunday vs. the Oilers.
Kuemper will start Thursday vs. the Maple Leafs.
Kuemper will start Saturday vs. the Flames.
Kuemper allowed two goals on 35 shots in the Coyotes win in St. Louis on Tuesday. Antti Raanta gave him another night off on Thursday but will turn to Kuemper on Saturday afternoon. He is 3-3-0 with a 1.86 GAA, .939 SV% and one shutout in six starts in Arizona, so don't hesitate to start him vs. a Flames team that is 22nd in goal-scoring (2.76 GF/gm).
Kuemper will start Tuesday in St. Louis.
Kuemper had his worst outing of the season on Saturday, allowing four goals on 24 shots in the Coyotes loss to the Wild. Uncharacteristically, Kuemper has lost two straight while allowing a combined seven goals on 57 shots (.877 SV%). With Antti Raanta starting last night's shootout win in Washington, the Coyotes will come back to Kuemper in St. Louis. So far this season, Kuemper has gone 4-2-0 with a 2.14 GAA and .920 SV% on the road.
Kuemper will start Saturday vs. the Wild.
Kuemper allowed three goals on 33 shots in the Coyotes loss to the Blue Jackets on Thursday. The loss snapped a three-game winning streak for Kuemper, who comes into Saturday's game at 3-2-0 with a 1.42 GAA, .955 SV% and one shutout on home-ice. On the other side, the Wild have lost six of their last seven road games while averaging just 2.14 goals per game.
Kuemper will start Thursday vs. the Blue Jackets.
Kuemper allowed two goals on 28 shots in the Coyotes win in Edmonton on Monday. Antti Raanta gave him the night off on Tuesday but the Coyotes will come right back to the red-hot Kuemper on Thursday. In his last eight starts, Kuemper is 7-1-0 with a 1.73 GAA, .939 SV% and one shutout. You wouldn't dare bench him in any matchup but certainly not vs. a Blue Jackets team that is averaging the second-least goals per game (2.33).
Kuemper will start Monday in Edmonton.
Kuemper stopped all 33 shots that he faced in the Coyotes shutout win over the Avalanche on Saturday. Kuemper has won two in a row and six of his last seven (6-1-0) while posting a 1.70 GAA, .941 SV% and one shutout. Tonight he faces an Oilers team that is 5-0-1 while averaging 3.83 goals per game on home-ice—a drastic difference from their 2.33 GF/gm on the road.