Smith will start Saturday afternoon vs. the Coyotes.
Smith stopped 30 of 32 shots in the Oilers win over the Predators on Tuesday. Smith has won four straight games while posting a rock-solid 2.26 GAA and .936 SV%. He will look to stay hot against a Coyotes team that has lost five of their last six road games while scoring just 1.50 goals per game.
Smith will start Tuesday vs. the Predators.
Smith stopped 35 of 37 shots in the Oilers win in Montreal last Thursday. Mikko Koskinen lost in Calgary on Saturday, so they’ll come back to Smith tonight vs. the Predators. He has won three in a row while stopping 102 of 109 shots (.936 SV%) gets set to face a Predators team that is 3-0-1 while scoring 3.50 goals per game in their last four road games.
Smith will likely start Tuesday vs. the Predators.
Smith will start Thursday in Montreal.
Smith gave up four goals on 36 shots in the Oilers win in Toronto on Monday. Smith will make his fourth straight start on Thursday after going 2-0-1 with a 2.65 GAA and .918 SV% in his previous three outings. He'll face a Canadiens team that is riding a seven-game losing streak (0-6-1) while scoring 2.57 goals per game.
Smith will make his third straight start Monday in Toronto.
Smith stopped 35 of 36 shots in the Oilers win in Boston on Saturday afternoon. It was a fantastic outing for the veteran netminder, who has stopped 58 of the 62 shots (.935 SV%) in his previous two outings. Tonight he'll take on a Maple Leafs team that is on a 10-game point streak, going 9-0-1 while scoring 4.90 goals per game over that span.
Smith will start Saturday afternoon in Boston.
Smith will start Thursday in Buffalo.
Smith allowed one goal on seven shots after replacing Mikko Koskinen in the Oilers loss to the Flames last Friday. Smith has not recorded a win since November 23rd, going 0-3-1 with a 4.35 GAA and .840 SV% in four starts and two relief appearances since. He'll try to get back on track against a Sabres team that has lost four straight while averaging 1.75 goals for per game.
Smith will start Friday vs. the Penguins.
Smith allowed six goals on 26 shots in the Oilers 6-5 loss to Minnesota on December 12th. It has been a struggle for Smith recently, as he's gone 0-2-1 with a 4.63 GAA and .838 SV% in his last four appearances (three starts). Tonight he faces a red-hot Penguins team that has won six of their last seven (6-1-0) while scoring 3.00 goals per game.
Smith will likely start Friday vs. the Penguins.
Smith will start Thursday in Minnesota.
Smith allowed three goals on 22 shots in the Oilers' loss to the Sabres on Sunday. Smith has struggled mightily as of late, losing three straight while surrendering 10 goals on the last 73 shots (.863 SV%) that he has faced. He has played on the road this season though. The 37-year-old has gone 4-4-1 with 2.25 GAA, .923 SV% and one shutout in away games.
Smith will start Sunday vs. the Sabres.
Smith (leg) will not be available on Sunday.
Smith probably wasn't going to play on Sunday anyways but Stuart Skinner was called up to backup Mikko Koskinen in Vancouver. There is no indication of how long the Oilers expect Smith to be sidelined.
Smith will start Saturday vs. the Canucks.
Smith allowed two goals on 27 shots in the Oilers win in Vegas last Saturday. The Oilers have been consistent with their goalie rotation this season, so Smith will start after watching Mikko Koskinen for the last two games. Smith has gone 4-3-0 with a 2.84 GAA and .908 SV% in his last seven starts. In his first game vs. the Canucks, Smith stopped 31 of 33 shots in a 3-2 win.
Smith will start Saturday in Vegas.
Smith will start Thursday in Los Angeles.
Smith will start Thursday vs. the Avalanche.
Smith allowed six goals on 25 shots in the Oilers loss in San Jose on Tuesday. Despite the rough night, the Oilers will go right back to Smith vs. the Avalanche, a team he's had success against in his career. He is 2-2-0 on home-ice and has a .913 SV% on the season. Consider him a solid option against Adam Werner, who makes his first career NHL start in the Avalanche crease.
Smith is in the starter's crease at the Oilers' morning skate.
Smith will start Tuesday in San Jose.
Smith allowed three goals on 23 shots in the Oilers loss to the Blues last Wednesday. Mikko Koskinen started the last two games but the Oilers will come back to Smith against a Sharks team that has won three in a row. Smith has been spectacular on the road this season, going 3-2-1 with a sparkling 1.31 GAAm .957 SV% and one shutout.
Smith will start against the Blues on Wednesday.
Smith led the Oilers onto the ice for warmups.
Smith allowed one goal on 24 shots in the Oilers win in Columbus on Wednesday. The win was Smith's first since October 12th and pushed him to 4-3-1 with a 2.29 GAA and .919 SV% on the season. Smith has been great on the road, going 2-2-1 with a 1.38 GAA and .947 SV% in five games but has a tough matchup vs. a Penguins team that is hot and finally healthy.