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55-23-4 114
52-23-7 111
38-27-16 92
40-31-11 91
38-31-12 88
38-33-11 87
38-39-5 81
27-43-12 66

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Regular Season 2 2 0 3.90 .864 0

Top Calvin Petersen News

  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: On waivers

    Petersen was put on waivers Wednesday, according to Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet.

    Petersen has struggled with the Flyers, posting a 2-2-0 record, 3.90 GAA and .864 save percentage in five contests this year. If he clears waivers, the Flyers might send him to AHL Lehigh Valley and summon Felix Sandstrom to serve as Samuel Ersson's new understudy. It's also worth noting that Philadelphia doesn't play again until Friday versus Washington, so the Flyers could send Petersen briefly to the minors and still recall him in time for that contest.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Iced by Penguins

    Petersen turned aside 25 of 32 shots in Sunday's 7-6 loss to Pittsburgh.

    The Flyers grabbed an early 1-0 lead in the first period but were playing from behind most of the rest of the game, as any momentum they built got quickly undercut by another Penguins goal. Petersen has appeared in only three games since returning to the NHL in late January, going 1-1-0 and giving up 11 goals on 65 shots (.831 save percentage). He's little threat to Samuel Ersson's hold on the No. 1 job in the crease.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Starting in Pittsburgh

    Petersen will defend the road goal Sunday versus the Penguins.

    Petersen will get the second half of Philadelphia's back-to-back after Samuel Ersson played in Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Rangers. The 29-year-old Petersen has stopped 89 of 100 shots in four appearances this season en route to a 2-1-0 record. Pittsburgh is tied for 21st in the league this campaign with 2.91 goals per contest.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Collects second win Saturday

    Petersen stopped 17 of 19 shots in Saturday's 3-2 win over the Kraken.

    The Flyers' defensive structure helped shelter Petersen in his first action in two weeks. The 29-year-old twice allowed the Kraken to tie the game, but the third time was the charm for protecting a lead. Petersen has allowed 11 goals over four appearances while going 2-1-0 at the NHL level this season. Samuel Ersson figures to see most of the starts unless the Flyers can work out a trade for a goalie as they continue to defy expectations by contending in the Eastern Conference.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Facing Kraken

    Petersen will defend the home crease versus Seattle on Saturday, according to Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia.

    Petersen will make his third start of the season. He last played in relief of Samuel Ersson on Jan. 27, stopping 12 of 14 shots in a 6-2 loss to the Bruins. Petersen is 1-1-0 with a 3.38 GAA and an .889 save percentage in three NHL outings this campaign. The Kraken have averaged 2.78 goals, 27th in the NHL this season.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Needed in relief Saturday

    Petersen turned aside 12 of 14 shots after replacing Samuel Ersson to begin the second period of Saturday's 6-2 loss to the Bruins.

    In his first NHL action since Nov. 11, Petersen didn't play poorly, but the Flyers were already down 4-0 when he entered the game. Ersson is struggling heading into the All-Star break and Carter Hart (personal) is away from the team indefinitely, so Petersen could get a chance to carve out a bigger role once the Flyers resume play in February.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Recalled from minors

    Petersen was summoned from AHL Lehigh Valley on Tuesday.

    Petersen will occupy the backup role behind Samuel Ersson on Tuesday against Tampa Bay after Carter Hart (personal) was granted an indefinite leave of absence. The 29-year-old Petersen has stopped 60 of 67 shots in two NHL outings this campaign en route to a 1-1-0 record.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Back in AHL

    Petersen was reassigned to AHL Lehigh Valley on Saturday.

    The Flyers are off until Thursday after dropping a 7-6 shootout decision to Detroit on Friday. Petersen was with the team as an emergency backup as Carter Hart was iffy due to an illness. Petersen is 4-6-1 with a 3.20 GAA and an .898 save percentage in 11 AHL games this season. With Philadelphia, he's 1-1-0 with a 3.50 GAA and an .896 save percentage in two contests.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Recalled from minors

    Petersen was elevated from AHL Lehigh Valley on Thursday.

    Petersen's promotion could be an indication that Carter Hart (illness) won't be ready to serve as the backup to Samuel Ersson against the Predators on Thursday. The Flyers are entering a back-to-back, which means Petersen could be pressed into service versus the Red Wings on Friday if Hart is still unable to play.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Returned to AHL affiliate

    Petersen was assigned to AHL Lehigh Valley on Wednesday, per Adam Kimelman of NHL.com.

    Petersen's demotion indicates Carter Hart (illness) could be ready to return Thursday versus the Predators. As long as Hart and Samuel Ersson are healthy and available, Petersen will likely remain in the minors.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Recalled from minors

    Petersen was called up from AHL Lehigh Valley on Tuesday.

    Petersen's promotion would seem to indicate there is a problem with one of the Flyers' backstops, though Carter Hart has already been confirmed as the start against New Jersey on Tuesday. Still, until the team provides a clearer update, it's possible the move was just precautionary ahead of the Christmas roster freeze. Fantasy players will want to monitor the situation around Hart and Samuel Ersson.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Sent down Monday

    Petersen was reassigned to AHL Lehigh Valley on Monday, Dylan Robillard of Olde City Sports Network reports.

    Petersen is coming off a 35-save win over the Kings on Saturday but that won't change the fact that he is headed to the minors. The decision to demote Petersen could be an indication that Carter Hart (illness) will be ready to at least serve as the backup versus Carolina on Wednesday, though Petersen could be recalled ahead of that contest if needed.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Defeats former team

    Petersen stopped 35 of 37 shots in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Kings.

    Few goalies have been able to quiet the Kings this season, and Petersen even gave up five goals on 30 shots in his first outing against them last Saturday. The 29-year-old bounced back with a solid effort in his old stomping grounds to earn his first win of the season. Petersen's stay in the NHL is likely to be short once Carter Hart (illness) is ready to get back between the pipes. The Flyers are off until Wednesday's road game versus the Hurricanes.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Surprise starter Saturday

    Petersen is the surprise starter for Saturday's road game versus LA.

    Carter Hart was supposed to be in net, but he hasn't fully recovered from the illness that's been bothering him. Petersen will make his second start of the campaign after last Saturday's 5-0 loss to the Kings in which he stopped 25 of 30 shots. Samuel Ersson will back up Petersen. The Kings rank second in the league with 4.15 goals per game this season.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Loses in Flyers debut

    Petersen made 25 saves Saturday in a 5-0 loss to the Kings. It was his first game in a Flyers uniform.

    The game was closer than the score suggests. The Flyers were playing the second of back-to-back games and kept the score 2-0 late in the second. The flood gates opened and the score was soon 4-0. Petersen is up while Carter Hart (mid-body) is out. He joined the Flyers along with defenseman Sean Walker from a the Kings in a three-team trade that included Columbus on June 6, 2023. We don't suggest a big investment in Petersen, as he may be back in the AHL sooner rather than later.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Expected to face former team

    Petersen will start in Saturday's home game versus the Kings, per Charlie O'Connor of PHLY Sports.

    Petersen was called up from the minors Thursday after posting a 3.76 GAA and an .884 save percentage in four contests with AHL Lehigh Valley. This will be his first NHL contest since LA traded him to Philadelphia over the summer. The Kings rank second offensively with 4.20 goals per game this year.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Joins big club

    Petersen was called up from AHL Lehigh Valley on Thursday.

    Petersen's promotion suggests Carter Hart's middle-body injury suffered Wednesday versus the Sabres could keep him out of action. Petersen will potentially take on a timeshare with Samuel Ersson in goal because Felix Sandstrom is on a conditioning loan at Lehigh Valley.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Surfaces on waivers

    Petersen was put on waivers Tuesday.

    Petersen posted a 16-20-4 record with a 2.88 GAA and a .904 save percentage in 40 games with AHL Ontario last season. He also registered a mark of 5-3-2 with a 3.75 GAA and an .868 save percentage in 10 outings with the Kings in 2022-23. The Flyers acquired the 28-year-old netminder in June as part of the trade that sent Ivan Provorov to Columbus. If he isn't claimed, Petersen could start the upcoming campaign with AHL Lehigh Valley. With Petersen cut from camp, Samuel Ersson and Felix Sandstrom are competing for the backup job behind Carter Hart.

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  • Flyers' Cal Petersen: Dealt to Flyers

    Petersen was traded from the Kings to Philadelphia on Tuesday, Mayor's Manor reports.

    This is a cap dump for the Kings, as Petersen is buried on the depth chart and making $5 million per year. It wouldn't be surprising to see the Flyers stick Petersen in the minors to shed part of his salary.

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  • Kings' Cal Petersen: Promoted Sunday

    Petersen was recalled from AHL Ontario on Sunday.

    Petersen posted a .904 save percentage and a 2.88 GAA at the AHL level this season. He also appeared in 10 NHL games while registering a brutal .868 save percentage. The 28-year-old will serve as a depth option on the playoff roster.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 185 lbs
Birthplace: Waterloo, IA
Age: 29
Experience: 5
Shoots: Right