Kuemper will start Friday vs. the Penguins.
Kuemper allowed three goals on 29 shots in the Coyotes win over the Sharks on Wednesday. Kuemper shockingly extended his winning streak to four games, stopping 105 of the 113 shots (.929 SV%) that he has faced over that stretch. Tonight’s matchup will make it difficult to get to five in a row—he allowed four goals on 32 shots in a 4-0 loss in his first start vs. the Penguin (Nov.10).
Source: Dave Vest 01/18/19, 2:20 pm EST
Kuemper will start Wednesday vs. the Sharks.
Kuemper allowed two goals on 25 shots in the Coyotes win in Edmonton on Saturday. Kuemper is riding a surprising three-game winning streak, stopping 79 of the 84 shots (.941 SV%) that he faced. He will look to stay hot against the Sharks, who he beat back in December, stopping 35 of the 38 shots he faced in a shootout victory.
Source: Dave Vest 01/16/19, 3:03 pm EST
Hill will start Sunday in Calgary.
Hill allowed two goals on 23 shots in the Panthers loss to the Oilers on January 2nd. Darcy Kuemper has been starting the majority of the Coyotes games but Hill will make his 11th start tonight in Calgary. The 22-year-old has gone 5-1-0 with a 2.03 GAA, .930 SV% and one shutout on the road this season.
Source: Dave Vest 01/13/19, 5:38 pm EST
Kuemper will start against the Oilers on Saturday.
Source: Dave Vest 01/12/19, 2:56 pm EST
The Coyotes have acquired Jordan Weal from the Flyers for Jacob Graves and a 2019 sixth-round pick.
Richardson is week-to-week with an upper-body injury.
Dauphin will make his season debut on Thursday.
Dauphin has three goals and one assist in 34 career NHL games and is expected to play No.35 tonight in Vancouver. The Coyotes did not say who Dauphin will replace but he is expected to skate in their bottom-6, limiting his fantasy value.
Source: Dave Vest 01/10/19, 3:43 pm EST
Kuemper will start Thursday in Vancouver.
Kuemper stopped all 23 shots that he faced in the Coyotes 5-0 shutout win over the Rangers on Sunday. The win snapped Kuemper’s three-game losing streak and moved him to 6-11-3 on the season. As well as he played on the weekend, Kuemper is 3-6-1 with a 3.10 GAA and .902 SV% on the road this season and should remain on your bench or the waiver wire tonight.
Source: Dave Vest 01/10/19, 4:20 pm EST
The Coyotes recalled Michael Bunting from Tucson (AHL).
Bunting had one goal in four games with the Coyotes earlier this season. The 23-year-old will travel to Vancouver with the team after being recalled on Wednesday. He has 18 points (6G / 12A) in 22 games with the Roadrunners.
Schmaltz will miss the rest of the season with a lower-body injury.
This is a huge blow for the Coyotes, who gave up Dylan Strome and Brendan Perlini for Schmaltz and now their forward depth will be tested. Schmaltz season ends with 25 points (7G / 18A) in 40 games—five goals and nine assists (14 points) in 17 games with Arizona.
Kuemper will start Sunday against the Rangers.
Kuemper will start Friday vs. the Devils.
Kuemper allowed five goals on 37 shots in the Coyotes loss to the Golden Knights last Sunday. Kuemper finished December with just one win in seven games while posting a 3.18 GAA and .900 SV%. Despite a solid matchup vs. a banged up Devils team that is 4-13-3 on the road this season, Keumper remains a desperate option.
Source: Dave Vest 01/4/19, 3:27 pm EST
Connauton (undisclosed) is not expected to play on Friday.
Connauton is a little banged up and is not expected to play Friday vs. the Devils. Connauton will be replaced by Alex Goligoski, who returns after a one-game absence with an illness.
Goligoski (illness) is expected to be back in the Coyotes lineup on Friday.
Goligoski was a late scratch due to an illness vs. the Oilers on Wednesday but is expected to play on Friday. Goligoski, who has 14 points (2G / 12A) in 34 games this season, is expected to replace Kevin Connauton.
The Coyotes have placed Nick Schmaltz (upper-body) on IR.
Schmaltz missed Wednesday’s game with an upper-body injury and could miss an extended period of time. Laurent Dauphin has been recalled from the AHL to fill-in for Schmaltz while he is out.
The Coyotes have recalled Laurent Dauphin from Tucson (AHL).
Dauphin has six goals and 12 assists (18 points) in 30 games with Tucson this season. Dauphin could have an extended stay with the Coyotes because he is expected to replace Nick Schmaltz, who may land on IR.
Source: Matt Layman 01/3/19, 2:23 pm EST
Richardson (illness) will draw back into the Coyotes lineup on Wednesday.
Richardson has missed the last three games with the flu but will replace Nick Schmaltz in the lineup on Wednesday. Richardson is projected to start on a line with Alex Galchenyuk and Vinnie Hinostroza and returns to the lineup with 10 goals and four assists (14 points) in 36 games this season.
Schmaltz (lower-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Schmaltz was forced to leave Sunday’s game vs. Vegas with a lower-body injury and will not play on Wednesday. Schmaltz is listed as day-to-day, which makes him questionable for Friday’s game vs. the Devils.
Source: Dave Vest 01/2/19, 2:23 pm EST
Hill will start Wednesday vs. the Oilers.
Hill gave up four goals on 41 shots in the Coyotes win in Anaheim last Saturday. Hill had a ridiculous stretch of games to start his NHL career but his game has fallen off as of late. Hill has allowed at least three goals in six straight games, giving up a total of 21 goals on 186 shots (.887 SV%). He just isn’t experienced enough to trust from a fantasy perspective, especially against Connor McDavid.
Source: Dave Vest 01/2/19, 4:45 pm EST
Hill is in the starter's crease at the Coyotes morning skate.
Source: Dave Vest 01/2/19, 12:51 pm EST