Smith will start Wednesday vs. the Bruins.
Smith gave up five goals on 24 shots in the Flames loss in St. Louis last Thursday. Smith had an outstanding shutout in Nashville last week, but has played very poorly otherwise. Overall, Smith has a 3.57 GAA and .881 SV% in four starts and tonight’s matchup with the Bruins isn’t very forgiving.
Smith is expected to start Wednesday vs. the Bruins.
Smith will start Thursday in St. Louis.
Smith stopped all 43 shots that he faced in the Flames shutout win in Nashville on Tuesday. Smith has had an inconsistent start to the season, allowing a combined eight goals on 85 shots (.906 SV%) in his first three games of the year. He’s a risky option in St. Louis. The Blues are deep and talented, but have struggled defensively to start the season.
Source: @NHLFlames 10/11/18, 2:40 pm EST
Smith will start Tuesday in Nashville.
Smith allowed four goals on 20 shots in the Flames win over the Canucks on Saturday. Smith faced Vancouver in his first two starts of the season, allowing a combined eight goals on 42 shots (.810 SV%). It has been a rough start to the season for Smith, who is a risky start in Nashville—the Predators are 2-0-0 while scoring seven goals in their first two games.
Source: Derek Wills 10/9/18, 2:03 pm EST
Smith will start Saturday vs. the Canucks.
Smith is expected to start Saturday vs. the Canucks.
Smith will start the Flames season opener in Vancouver.
During his first season with the Flames, Smith started 55 games for the second straight seasons and went 25-22-6 with a 2.65 GAA, .916 SV% and three shutouts. Smith will be playing behind one of the best bluelines in the NHL and a solid group of forwards, making him a candidate for 30-plus wins for the first time since 2012. Smith is a great option on opening night vs. a rebuilding Canucks team.
Source: Derek Wills 10/3/18, 3:32 pm EST
Smith will start Saturday vs. the Oilers.
Smith allowed three goals on 29 shots in the Flames loss in Los Angeles on Monday. Smith has lost five in a row while posting an ugly 4.40 GAA and .840 SV%> He will attempt to right the ship tonight vs. the Oilers—he is 1-1-0 with a 2.64 GAA and .929 SV% against Edmonton this season.
Smith will start Monday in Los Angeles.
Smith was yanked after he allowed three goals on 11 shots in the Flames loss to the Ducks on Wednesday. He was given Saturday night off, so he’ll be well rested for tonight’s game in Los Angeles. Smith has gone 2-0-1 with a 2.59 GAA and .922 SV% in three starts against the Kings this season.
Smith will start Wednesday vs. the Ducks.
Smith surrendered three goals on 28 shots in the Flames loss in Arizona on Monday. Since returning to the crease, Smith has lost four of five starts while posting an ugly 3.68 GAA and .872 SV%. Tonight he faces a Ducks team that he has had a lot of success against this season—going 2-1-0 with a 1.35 GAA and .965 SV% in the first three meetings of the season.
Smith will start Monday in Arizona.
Source: @NHLFlames 03/19/18, 2:45 pm EST
Smith will start in Vegas on Sunday.
Smith will start Friday vs. the Sharks.
Smith stopped all 28 shots that he faced in the Flames 1-0 shutout win over the Oilers on Tuesday. Smith has had one good and one bad start since returning to the Flames crease and tonight he will make his third consecutive start. In his first start vs. the Sharks, Smith allowed three goals on 29 shots in a 3-2 loss.
Smith will start Tuesday vs. the Oilers.
Smith allowed four goals on 26 shots in his return to the Flames crease—a 5-2 loss to the Islanders on Sunday. Smith will likely be leaned on heavily down the stretch as the Flames come in to tonight two points out of the final Wild Card in the Western Conference. Smith is 0-1-0 with a 4.24 GAA and .901 SV% v.s Edmonton this season.
Smith (lower-body) has been activated from IR and will start on Sunday.
Smith will start for the first time since February 11th and it will come against an Islanders team that has lost eight consecutive starts. Smith recorded a win in his first start vs. the Isles and comes into tonight’s game at 12-12-3 with a 2.89 GAA and .905 SV% on home ice this season.
Smith (lower-body) returned to Flames practice on Tuesday.
Smith has been sidelined with a lower-body injury since February 11th but he returned to the ice for practice in Buffalo today. This is a big step in Smith’s recovery but he will likely need a number of skates before he is ready to return to the Flames’ crease.
Smith is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
The Flames avoided disaster as an MRI revealed that Smith’s injury is not as serious as originally feared. What looked like a groin injury turned out not to be groin related. However, the lower-body ailment will keep him out of at least the next two games and he will be re-evaluated after that.
Smith will not dress in Boston on Tuesday.
The Flames provided no further update on Smith (lower-body), and plan on re-evaluating him tomorrow. His injury should be considered day-to-day for now.
Smith was forced to leave Sunday’s game with a lower-body injury and will be re-evaluated on Monday.
Smith almost escaped Sunday’s game in Brooklyn healthy and with a win, but he went down while flexing out his right pad with less than three seconds left. Smith had to be helped off of the ice after suffering what looked like a groin injury. This would be a massive blow to the Flames playoff hopes—they are locked in a battle in the tight Western Conference. Expect an update from the Flames over the next 24 hours.