The Canucks have recalled Jacob Markstrom up from Utica (AHL) on an emergency basis.
With Ryan Miller out for an undetermined amount of time, Markstrom, 25, returns to the Canucks to serve as Eddie Lack’s backup for the time being. He has had a great season with Utica, going 17-7-2 with a 1.95 GAA and .932 SV% in 26 games. The 2008 second round pick (31st overall) has gone 12-27-5 with a 3.19 GAA and .896 SV% in his NHL career.
The Canucks have placed Jacob Markstrom on waivers.
Markstrom, 24, was acquired in the trade that sent Roberto Luongo to the Florida Panthers last March. He was 2-8-3 with a 3.39 GAA and .873 SV% between the Panthers and Canucks last season. Markstrom was once considered the NHL's top goaltending prospect and will likely be claimed by another team. He has just one year with a $1.2 million cap-hit left on his contract, making him a relatively low-risk add.
Markstrom allowed five goals on 22 shots in a loss to the Oilers last night. His first two starts with the Canucks have not gone very well as he has allowed eight goals on 49 shots (.837 SV%), both resulting in losses. He will start the last game of the season vs. the Flames.
Markstrom allowed three goals on 27 shots in a loss to the Avalanche in his first start with the Cancuks. He will get a second chance tonight and draws a much easier matchup in Edmonton. However, it is Ryan Smyth's last NHL game so the Oilers could come out flying for their veteran.
Markstrom has not started an NHL game since December 20th. He played 19:48 wit the Canucks in early March after replacing Eddie Lack--he stopped four of five shots. He will likely start the remaining three games in a lost season for the Canucks. This will give Vancouver a good idea of what their goalie situation will be like heading into 2014-15.
The Panthers have traded Jacob Markstrom and Shawn Matthias to the Canucks for Roberto Luongo and Steven Anthony.
Markstrom, 24, was the 31st overall pick in the 2008 NHL draft. He has yet to assert himself as an NHL regular, but will get a chance now in Vancouver to share time with fellow countryman Eddie Lack. The two were teammates back with Brynas of the Swedish Elite League. Markstrom is 1-6-3 with a 3.52 GAA and .874 SV% with Florida this season, but has recently been playing with San Antonio (AHL) where he was 12-11-3 with a 2.56 GAA and .918 SV%.
Markstrom leads the Panthers out for warmups; he starts.
Markstrom makes his first start since November 5 when he allowed four goals on 27 shots in a 4-3 OT loss to the Oilers. He is 1-5-3 with a 3.36 GAA and .877 SV% this season. His matchup with the Jets is a solid one, but he is a risky spot-start regardless of his opponent.
The Florida Panthers recalled goaltender Jacob Markstrom from the San Antonio Rampage (AHL).
Starting goaltender Tim Thomas took part in the team's practice Thursday, but left with an unspecified injury after 15 minutes. Florida will have an update on Thomas' status following the team's morning skate on Friday. Markstrom appeared in 11 games with Florida earlier this season, posting a 1-5-3 record, 3.36 goals-against average and a .877 save percentage. He was loaned to the Rampage on November 10. After joining San Antonio, the 23-year-old appeared in 10 games, going 4-5-1.
The long-projected future goalie of the Panthers, Jacob Markstrom, 23, continues to be maddeningly inconsistent, and will most likely head back to the minors when Thomas returns to the lineup against Ottawa on Saturday afternoon.
Markstrom is 1-5-3 with a 3.36 GAA and .877 SV% in eight starts this season. In 37 careers starts (42 appearances) Markstrom is 11-24-5 with a 3.16 GAA and .899 SV%.
Markstrom gave up four goals on 23 shots in a 4-0 loss to the Blues on Friday. He has now lost each of his last five starts and has seen his GAA climb to 3.29 while his SV% is down to .881. Markstrom could get back into the win column tonight vs. a struggling Oilers team.
Markstrom stopped 25 of 28 shots that the Lighting threw at him on Sunday. He has just one win in nine appearances with a 3.19 GAA and .887 SV% - numbers that don't warrant starting him vs. a really good Blues team.
Markstrom allowed two goals on 20 shots in a loss to Buffalo on Friday. He was out-duelled by Jhonas Enroth, and has not registered a win since October 11th. He has a tough matchup today vs. Tampa Bay.
Markstrom will start his first game since October 15th, when he allowed four goals on 30 shots in a losing effort vs. Nashville. The last time Tim Thomas went down with an injury, Markstrom didn’t play great, but he has a solid matchup vs. Buffalo tonight – He is risky, but it could work out.
Markstrom allowed three goals on 29 shots in a 3-0 loss to the Kings on Sunday. After a great performance in relief of Tim Thomas, Markstrom has struggled. In three starts since becoming the starter, he has one win with a 3.25 GAA and .897 SV%.