Dubnyk allowed three goals on 17 shots in the Wild’s win over the Jets on Saturday. Dubnyk was given the night off on Tuesday, so he will be in goal tonight vs. the Maple Leafs. Dubnyk allowed a combined six goals on 48 shots (.875 SV%) in his first two starts of the season. It hasn’t been an ideal start and tonight he faces a high-scoring Maple Leafs team, but they’re on the tail-end of a back-to-back.
Dubnyk allowed three goals on 31 shots in the Wild’s loss in St. Louis on Thursday. Dubnyk was OK in the season opener, but can be expected to be better over the course of the year. Tonight he faces a Winnipeg Jets team that he struggled against last year—Dubnyk was 1-4-0 with a 2.64 GAA and .908 SV% in five starts vs. Winnipeg in 2015-16.
Dubnyk will start the Wild's season opener in St. Louis.
Dubnyk started 66 games a season ago, winning 32 with a 2.33 GAA and .918 SV%. The 30-year-old is 59-35-2 since being traded to Minnesota and is a low-end No.1/high-end No.2 option heading into 2016-17. Tonight he faces a Blues team that he was 2-2-1 with a 2.84 GAA and .902 SV% against last year. St. Louis is also on the tail-end of a back-to-back after beating the Blackhawks last night.
Dubnyk gave up two goals on 28 shots in the Wild’s 2-1 loss to the Stars in Game 2. Despite losing the first two games of the series, the only reason these games haven’t been blowouts is because of Dubnyk—he has stopped 54 of 59 shots (.915 SV%), but still finds himself in a hole. The 29-year-old netminder is 18-12-2 with a 2.10 GAA and .924 SV% in 34 starts on home ice.
Dubnyk stumbled down the stretch, losing four straight games entering the playoffs. It was certainly not the way he wanted to back into the playoffs, especially with Zach Parise sidelined for the Wild. Dubnyk has gone 59-35-8 in 105 regular season starts with the Wild. Three of those starts came against the Stars this season—he was 1-1-1 with a 2.64 GAA and .922 SV% in those contests.
Dubnyk starts on Saturday but not expected to play a full 60.
Dubnyk allowed three goals on 20 shots in the Wild’s loss to the Sharks on Tuesday. While Dubnyk will get the start vs. the Flames, he is not expected to play the entire game and will be replaced by Darcy Kuemper whenever he is pulled. Dubnyk has lost four straight while allowing at least three goals in each of those starts.
Dubnyk allowed four goals on 33 shots in the Wild’s loss in Winnipeg on Sunday. Dubnyk has lost three straight while posting a 3.39 GAA and .881 SV%. Tonight he will make his 65th start of the season and 33rd on the road. He faces a Sharks team that has won three of four while averaging 3.50 goals per game.
Dubnyk made 18 saves on 19 shots in the Wild’s win over the Blackhawks on Tuesday.Dubnyk has won six straight games while posting a 1.30 GAA, .957 SV% and one shutout. Dubnyk is playing his best hockey of the season and tonight he faces a Senators that has lost three of their last four and comes in on a back-to-back.
Dubnyk will be in goal Tuesday vs. the Blackhawks.
Dubnyk stopped all 29 shots that he faced in the Wild’s shutout win in Colorado on Saturday. Dubnyk enters play on a five-game winning streak while posting a 1.36 GAA, .958 SV% and one shutout. Tonight he will face the Blackhawks for the fifth time this season—he has surprisingly gone 4-0-0 with a 1.96 GAA and .935 SV% against one of the top teams in the West.
Dubnyk gave up two goals on 33 shots in the Wild’s win over the Flames on Thursday. Dubnyk has won four straight games while posting a 1.68 GAA and .949 SV%. This afternoon he faces an Avalanche team that the Wild are battling for playoff position with—Dubnyk is 2-0-0 with a 2.78 GAA and .896 SV% in three starts against Colorado this season.
Dubnyk allowed one goal on 39 shots in the Wild’s win over the Kings on Tuesday. Dubnyk has won three in a row and is playing his best hockey of the season in March. He is 7-1-1 with a 2.31 GAA and .921 SV% in 10 starts this month and tonight he will look to extend his winning streak versus a Flames team that has played .500 hockey over their last 10 games.