NHL fans would be ecstatic if they knew their team had an all-star goalie on the roster, backstopping their team to playoff glory. Well, Vegas Golden Knights fans should be jumping for joy if they aren’t already because the team houses not one, but two all-star goalies. The goaltending tandem of Robin Lehner and Marc-André
35 years old is “old” for a professional athlete in 2020, and it is especially old for a hockey player. For a goalie? it’s archaic. At that juncture of your career, you’re likely a backup in the NHL, that is if you’re even sharp enough to still be there. However, if you’re a generational three-time
The Vegas Golden Knights have made headlines in the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs not only for their high level of play, but for a certain goalie situation that crept in out of nowhere. The battle between Robin Lehner and Marc-Andre Fleury for the starting job has caused headlines. The most prominent one being a now deleted
Tuesday was a very busy night with 20 teams in action across the National Hockey League. The top two teams in the Pacific Division got a pair of big-time performances from their goaltenders. Plus, we got an injury update out of Carolina. Lehner Blanks Devils for First Shutout When the Vegas Golden Knights acquired Robin
The NHL’s goalies didn’t win the day on Wednesday, which featured four high-scoring games. But goalies are never short of headline-making moments, which we’ll cover in today’s Goalie News. Kuemper and Demko Duel The Arizona Coyotes and the Vancouver Canucks are fighting for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference, and on Wednesday, they
As we head into the final and extra day of February, the playoff races across the National Hockey League are tightening up. There was a big debut in Vegas to extend a winning streak. We saw another shutout in the Wild organization, which is nothing new. Plus, we wish happy birthday to the only NHL
With Monday being the National Hockey League’s trade deadline, there was only one game on the schedule and it provided us with a newsworthy return. Plus, we have an injury forcing a trade out west, a costly car accident, a fond farewell to the Windy City and a legend growing on television. Korpisalo’s Victorious Return
When you are mentioned with names like Martin Brodeur, Patrick Roy and Ed Belfour you know you are doing something special. That is the case for Marc-Andre Fleury after a solid four-game winning streak with the Vegas Golden Knights. This latest winning streak started with a huge divisional win over the Arizona Coyotes, a win
We only had two games on the National Hockey League schedule on Friday night, but we got another road win from a top rookie. Also, the Pacific Division gets a new netminder for the All-Star Game and one of the top goalies in the league gets a big honor. Fleury Declines All-Star Game Invite Vegas
Last night was the final Saturday of action for the decade across the National Hockey League and it was an evening to remember. There were plenty of milestones and personal achievements during a historic night, including two between the pipe. Plus, we will look back to a strange situation that happened 62 years ago today.
Sunday night’s National Hockey League schedule only had two games, but we saw a vintage performance from one of the best in the game. In St. Louis, a forward learned the hard way not to take a run at the goaltender. Plus, we have our Week in Review catching you up on all things goaltending.
Thursday night was a rough night for National Hockey League goaltenders as 78 goals were scored in the 11 games played. Not every goaltender struggled as we had some good performances in both Toronto and Columbus. Speaking of Toronto, a form Maple Leafs netminder is making his case to return to the NHL, Plus, one
We have quite a bit of goaltending news to talk about on this Saturday afternoon. On Friday, we had a netminder on the move and a record in Winnipeg. Today, there is an under-the-weather goaltender in the desert and a great new mask debuting in Rockford. Devils Trade for Domingue Just moments before the New
report this ad With the Vegas Golden Knights’ forward group and defense corps graded and less than three months until the puck drops for the 2019-20 season, it’s time to look at the Golden Knights’ final position group – goalies. Three goaltenders saw action for Vegas in 2018-19: Marc-Andre Fleury, Malcolm Subban, and Maxime Lagace.