Smith will start against the Predators on Thursday.
Smith allowed five goals on 26 shots in the Coyotes loss in St. Louis on Monday. Louis Domingue started on Tuesday, but they’ll go back to Smith tonight in Nashville. Smith has gone 5-3-0 with a 1.78 GAA, .946 SV% and two shutouts in eight games since returning to the crease in mid-March. Tonight he faces a Predators team that has lost four of their last five games.
Smith stopped all 31 shots that he faced in the Coyotes’ shutout win over the Capitals on Saturday. Smith has won three of his last four starts while posting a 1.50 GAA, .953 SV% and one shutout. In his first start against the Blues, Smith allowed three goals on 21 shots in a 4-1 loss. St. Louis has won five of their last six.
Smith made 34 saves on 35 shots in the Coyotes win over the Flyers last Saturday. Smith and Louis Dominuge have been splitting starts and tonight he will start in Dallas. Since returning to the Coyotes’ crease in early March, Smith has gone 4-1-0 with a 1.20 GAA, .965 SV% and one shutout. Tonight he faces a Stars team that has won five of their last six.
Smith gave up two goals on 29 shots in the Coyotes win over the Oilers on Tuesday. Smith has won three of four starts since returning to the Coyotes’ crease, posting a 1.25 GAA, .963 SV% and one shutout in the process. Tonight he will look to do some damage to the Flyers’ hunt for the playoffs—Philly comes in having won seven of 10.
Smith turned aside 33 of 35 shots in the Coyotes loss in San Jose on Sunday. Smith has played extremely well since returning to the Coyotes crease, going 2-1-0 with a 1.00 GAA, .972 SV% and one shutout. That shutout came against the Oilers, who he’ll face again tonight. That evening he turned aside all 44 shots and should make for a strong start again tonight.
Smith stopped all 44 shots that he faced in the Coyotes shutout win over the Oilers in his return to the crease last Saturday. Not a bad return at all for Smith, who has gone 11-9-1 with a 2.91 GAA and .908 SV% this season. Tonight he faces a Sharks team that has won seven of their last nine games while averaging 3.11 goals per game.
Smith (lower-body) will return to the Coyotes crease on Saturday.
Smith has been sidelined since December 8th, missing the last 40 games with a lower-body injury. Smith will get back between the pipes and make his 23rd start of the season. He has gone 10-9-1 with a 3.06 GAA and .901 SV% this season and one of those wins came in a 27-save performance vs. the Oilers back in Edmonton.
Smith (lower-body) will travel on the Coyotes' upcoming five-game road trip.
Smith has been out with an upper-body injury since December 8th, but will travel on their upcoming road trip. Smith’s return couldn’t come at a better time after Anders Lindback went down with an upper-body injury earlier in the week.
Smith underwent core muscle surgery and will miss 8-10 weeks.
Smith underwent successful core muscle surgery and will miss at least two months. With Smith out, the Coyotes will turn to Anders Lindback as their starter, but they announced that they will likely explore trade options to bring in an outside goalie to help them through the next 8-10 weeks.
Smith gave up for goals on 27 shots in the Coyotes loss in Buffalo on Friday. Smith has lost his last three starts and posting an ugly 4.77 GAA and .867 SV% but Anders Lindback was equally as bad on Sunday, so Smith will go tonight vs. the Blues. Smith is 5-6-1 with a 3.19 GAA and .899 SV% in 12 starts on the road this season.
Smith was yanked after allowing three goals on 16 shots in the Red Wings loss in Detroit last night. He let in a stinker from centre ice and that was the end of his evening. He’ll try to get back on track tonight in Buffao. Smith has allowed seven goals on the last 56 shots (.875 SV%) that he has faced. It is a solid matchup, but Smith remains a risky option.