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46-25-10 102
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2023 Goaltending

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Regular Season 21 26 4 3.27 .890 0

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Gives up four goals

    Korpisalo allowed four goals on 34 shots in Tuesday's 4-0 loss to the Rangers.

    While Korpisalo's poor play was often part of the problem for the Senators this season, three of his last four losses were largely because the team in front of him didn't score. This was likely the 29-year-old's last game of the campaign -- if that holds true, he finishes with a 21-26-4 record, a 3.27 GAA and an .890 save percentage in a career-high 55 games in the first season of a five-year contract. The Senators' season finale is Tuesday in Boston, a game Anton Forsberg is likely to start.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Facing Rangers

    Korpisalo will defend the road net Monday versus the Rangers, per TSN 1200 Ottawa.

    Korpisalo is coming off a 21-save performance in Saturday's 5-4 shootout win over Montreal. He has gone 2-2-0 over his past four outings, posting a .906 save percentage during that span. Korpisalo has a 21-25-4 record this campaign with a 3.26 GAA and an .890 save percentage over 54 appearances. The Rangers have 3.38 goals per game this season, which is tied for seventh in the league.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Tough season soon over

    Korpisalo made 21 saves in a 5-4 shootout win over Montreal on Saturday.

    The game wasn't exactly a goalie show. Korpisalo stopped all three shooters in the shootout to secure the victory. After six wins in seven games in the back half of March, Korpisalo's balloon burst with a 2-4-0 run in his last six starts. He's locked up through 2027-28 with a $4 million AAV. Korpisalo would be a very expensive buyout, so expect the Sens to give him every chance to perform next season. And he may be a real sleeper if he can step into that role.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Facing Canadiens

    Korpisalo will defend the home crease versus Montreal on Saturday, per Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports.

    Korpisalo was terrific in two wins over Montreal in January, stopping 45 of 48 shots. He had a tough loss Tuesday against the Panthers as he turned aside 28 shots in a 2-0 loss. Korpisalo is 20-25-4 with a 3.25 GAA and an .891 save percentage this season. The Canadiens are averaging 2.78 goals this season, 27th in the NHL.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Gets no help in loss

    Korpisalo turned aside 28 shots in Tuesday's 2-0 loss to the Panthers.

    He got beaten twice in a three-minute span during the first period, with one of the tallies coming on a Florida power play, but Korpisalo shut the door the rest of the way. Unfortunately for him, Ottawa's offense never woke up. The 29-year-old goalie has appeared in five straight games but taken the loss in four of them, going 1-4-0 with a 2.96 GAA and .888 save percentage over that stretch. Korpisalo still seems unlikely to cede the starting job to Anton Forsberg over the Senators' final handful of games.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Tending twine Tuesday

    Korpisalo will patrol the crease for Tuesday's road clash with Florida, per NHL.com.

    Korpisalo will be making his sixth consecutive appearance in goal, having gone 2-3-0 with a 2.94 GAA in his previous five outings. Despite the Senators having been officially eliminated from playoff contention, the club continues to lean on Korpisalo instead of giving Anton Forsberg some work. Still, the Sens end the year with a back-to-back against the Rangers and Bruins on Monday and Tuesday, respectively, so look for Korpisalo to get one of those two contests.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Gets overtime win

    Korpisalo kicked out 20 of 22 shots in a 3-2 overtime win over the Capitals on Sunday.

    Even though he did not face many shots in the contest, Korpisalo turned away the final 12 sent his way to give the Senators the win in overtime. Korpisalo has been streaky as of late -- this was his first win after three straight losses, which were in turn preceded by three consecutive wins. The Senators are officially out of the playoff race but have been riding Korpisalo down the stretch, as this was his fifth consecutive start.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Tending twine Sunday

    Korpisalo will get the starting nod in Washington on Sunday, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.

    After rattling off four straight wins, Korpisalo has dropped his last three, allowing eight goals on 55 shots during that span. Since the start of March, he's 6-5-1 with an .899 save percentage. His streaky season has resulted in a lackluster 3.30 GAA and .890 save percentage through 51 appearances.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Loses in relief

    Korpisalo made 18 saves on 19 shots in relief Saturday in a 4-3 loss to New Jersey.

    The lone goal Korpisalo surrendered ended up being the game-winner, so he was saddled with the loss. He has lost three straight games, and the Senators have been eliminated from postseason contention. Still, Ottawa may have played their best period of hockey in the third against the Devils, so maybe the whole team can build on that over the final stretch.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Yanked early in second period

    Korpisalo allowed four goals on 17 shots and was replaced by Anton Forsberg early in the second period of Thursday's 6-0 loss to Florida. Korpisalo was credited with the defeat.

    Korpisalo has betrayed fantasy managers who trusted him this week after putting up a 6-1-0 record in the previous two weeks. He has allowed seven goals on 36 shots in his last two starts. And that includes two Thursday on the first three shots of the game. Korpisalo has allowed four or more goals 19 times this season. It's the first time any Sens goalie has done that since Craig Anderson in 2018-19.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Set to face Panthers

    Korpisalo is slated to start at home against Florida on Thursday, according to TSN 1200 Ottawa.

    Korpisalo stopped just 16 of 19 shots in a 3-2 loss to Minnesota in his last start Tuesday. He's 19-22-4 with a 3.27 GAA and an .890 save percentage across 49 appearances this year. The Panthers, who have a 47-24-5 record, are typically a difficult adversary, but Florida is going through a rough patch, having won only two of its past 10 games.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Falls in Minnesota

    Korpisalo allowed three goals on 20 shots in a 3-2 loss to the Wild on Tuesday.

    The loss snapped a season-high, four-game winning streak for Korpisalo -- he'd been excellent in that span, posting a .926 save percentage. Overall, the 29-year-old netminder is now 19-22-4 on the season with an .890 save percentage and 3.27. Korpisalo could be back between the pipes Thursday when the Senators host Florida.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Making road start

    Korpisalo will patrol the road crease versus the Wild on Tuesday, per TSN 1200 Ottawa.

    Korpisalo played well in his last start Saturday versus Winnipeg, stopping 28 of 30 shots en route to a 3-2 road victory. He'll try to extend his personal winning streak to five games in a road matchup with a Minnesota team that's averaging 3.08 goals at home this year, 19th in the NHL.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Sharp in victory

    Korpisalo stopped 28 of 30 shots in Saturday's 3-2 win over the Jets.

    Korpisalo allowed a goal in each of the final two frames, including a power-play snipe in the third, but he played better as the contest progressed, even with the Jets having an extra attacker in the final 1:31 of the game. Korpisalo has won four straight contests, allowing two goals three times during that span. With his recent string of starts and wins, Korpisalo appears to have solidified himself as the No. 1 netminder for the Senators.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Starting Saturday

    Korpisalo will patrol the visiting crease in Winnipeg on Saturday, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.

    Korpisalo has been hot of late, winning his last three starts. He is 18-21-4 with a 3.30 GAA and an .890 save percentage this season, as he has struggled through most of his first campaign with the Senators. He was sharp in his previous start versus the Jets on Jan. 20, making 27 saves in a 2-1 overtime loss.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Wins third straight

    Korpisalo turned aside 34 of 36 shots in Wednesday's 6-2 win over the Sabres.

    Korpisalo was sharp again Wednesday, holding Buffalo to a pair of second-period goals en route to his third consecutive win. The 29-year-old netminder's won five of his last six starts, sporting a .909 save percentage in that span. It's been a nice stretch in an otherwise disappointing season for Korpisalo -- he improved to 18-21-4 on the campaign with an .890 save percentage and 3.30 GAA. Anton Forsberg will likely get the start Thursday in the second half of a back-to-back, which would put Korpisalo on track to get the nod for a road matchup in Winnipeg on Saturday.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Starting Wednesday

    Korpisalo will guard the road goal Wednesday against Buffalo, per TSN 1200 Ottawa.

    Korpisalo has won four of his past five outings, stopping 135 of 150 shots during that span. He has supplied a 17-21-4 record this campaign with a 3.33 GAA and an .888 save percentage through 46 games played. Buffalo is tied for 20th in the league with 2.97 goals per contest this season.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Makes 33 saves in win

    Korpisalo stopped 33 of 36 shots in Sunday's 5-3 victory over the Oilers.

    Korpisalo was the difference maker in the Senators' win, picking up his second win in as many days despite Ottawa being outshot 36-16. The 29-year-old Korpisalo has won three of his last four outings, posting a .900 save percentage in that span. Overall, he's 17-21-4 with an .888 save percentage and 3.33 GAA this season. Korpisalo figures to be back between the pipes Wednesday when the Sens visit Buffalo.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Starting Sunday

    Korpisalo will get the starting nod at home against Edmonton, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.

    Anton Forsberg was originally slated to start but Korpisalo will go back-to-back after stopping 18 of 20 shots in Saturday's win over the Devils. Korpisalo has won three of his last four starts, improving his record this season to 16-21-4. Since the start of February, he's gone 4-5-2 with an .884 save percentage.

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  • Senators' Joonas Korpisalo: Third win in last four starts

    Korpisalo made 18 saves in a 5-2 win over the Devils on Saturday.

    He did wobble early in the second frame. Jesper Bratt beat him on a breakaway 23 seconds into the period, and then Tomas Nosek scored 36 seconds later with a snap shot from the left faceoff circle. But that was it. Korpisalo has won three of his last four starts. And while he allowed six goals in a loss to the Bruins, Korpisalo has permitted just six tallies in wins over the Penguins, Islanders and Devils. Platoon-mate Anton Forsberg is 1-4-0 in his last five starts, with 21 goals allowed. Korpisalo may be seizing the starter's reins again.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 193 lbs
Birthplace: Pori, Finland
Age: 29
Experience: 8
Shoots: Left