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Dec 7, 2023 2 29 31
Dec 2, 2023 4 33 37
Nov 30, 2023 3 37 40
Nov 28, 2023 1 38 39
Nov 25, 2023 3 32 35

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2023 88.85.9 8 5 449 2.80
2022 55.88 6 1 204 2.16
2021 29.97.5 3 1 112 1 2.76
3y Avg. 46.857.8 5 1 158 1 2.38
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Back from conditioning loan

    Woll (ankle) was recalled from his conditioning loan with AHL Toronto on Monday. Woll made 36 saves on 37 shots in a 4-1 win over Laval on Friday during his lone minor-league appearance with the Marlies. At the NHL level, he has a provided a record of 8-5-1 with a 2.80 GAA and a .916 save percentage in 15 appearances this season. Woll is still listed on long-term injured reserve, but his return to the lineup could be imminent.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Sparkles in AHL play

    Woll (ankle) turned aside 36 shots in a 4-1 win over AHL Laval on Friday. Woll saw game action for the first time since he suffered a high-ankle sprain Dec. 7 versus Ottawa. He has an 8-5-1 record with the Maple Leafs this season and should challenge Ilya Samsonov for the No. 1 spot following his return to the big club from his conditioning stint. The 25-year-old Woll could be back in the NHL as early as Tuesday's home contest against Vegas.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Begins AHL conditioning stint

    Woll (ankle) was sent to AHL Toronto for a conditioning stint Wednesday. Woll hasn't played since Dec. 7 because of his ankle injury. He has an 8-5-1 record, 2.80 GAA and .916 save percentage in 15 appearances this season. Heading to the minors to shake off the rust suggests that Woll's getting close to returning, and when the 25-year-old is ready to play for the Maple Leafs, he'll likely split the goaltending duties with Ilya Samsonov while Martin Jones might return to the AHL, provided he can clear waivers. It's also possible Toronto will opt to carry three goaltenders for what remains of the campaign.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Shifts to LTIR

    Woll (ankle) was moved to long-term injured reserve Friday, per CapFriendly. Woll hasn't dressed since Dec. 7 and his placement on LTIR won't change his return timeline. The 25-year-old is "not close" to returning but the team hasn't provided much more context on his status.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Might practice after All-Star break

    The hope is Woll (ankle) will resume practicing after the All-Star break, though his return to the lineup might not happen swiftly after that, coach Sheldon Keefe told Joshua Kloke of The Athletic on Wednesday. Woll, who last played Dec. 7, has an 8-5-1 record, 2.80 GAA and .916 save percentage in 15 contests this season. Once he's ready to return, the 25-year-old should get a chance to serve as the Leafs' No. 1 goaltender. Ilya Samsonov, who has struggled this season but saved 16 of 17 shots against Seattle on Sunday, might serve as the backup goaltender once Woll returns, though Martin Jones, who has a 2.65 GAA and .911 save percentage across 17 outings, might also be in the mix.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: With team on trip

    Woll (ankle) is traveling with the Maple Leafs for the team's current four-game road trip, David Alter of SI.com reports. Woll has been sidelined since Dec. 7 against the Senators due to a high-ankle sprain, but the fact he's now traveling with the team suggests he could be ready to return sooner rather than later. Ilya Samsonov has continued to struggle since being recalled from the minors Wednesday and the Maple Leafs probably don't want to rely on Martin Jones serving as their No. 1 option in goal on a long-term basis, so Woll could be in line for significant playing time once he's given the green light to return.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Surfaces on injured reserve

    Woll (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, per the NHL media site. Woll is listed as week-to-week after suffering a high-ankle sprain in Thursday's 4-3 win over Ottawa. He has posted a mark of 8-5-1 this season with a 2.80 GAA and a .916 save percentage in 15 appearances. Ilya Samsonov and Martin Jones are expected to compete for starts during Woll's absence.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Out week-to-week

    The Maple Leafs report Woll will be out of action week-to-week with a high-ankle sprain. Woll was injured Thursday versus the Senators and should be out at least 4-6 weeks, depending on the severity of the sprain. He had been Toronto's No. 1 goaltender, but that will now fall upon Ilya Samsonov's (illness) shoulders. Woll is 8-5-1 with a 2.80 GAA and .916 save percentage this season. Martin Jones is likely to back up Samsonov in the interim.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Will miss time

    Woll (leg) will miss time, but the Maple Leafs won't know how much until he is evaluated in Toronto, Joshua Kloke of The Athletic reports. Woll left Thursday's game versus the Senators with the injury, and it will seemingly cost him time. Look for Ilya Samsonov (illness) and Martin Jones to get playing time for the Maple Leafs until Woll is cleared to play again.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Slated to start Thursday

    Woll is expected to start on the road against Ottawa on Thursday, per Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sun. Woll has an 8-5-1 record, 2.82 GAA and .915 save percentage in 14 appearances this season. He's started in all of Toronto's last four contests, posting a 2-1-1 record with a 2.64 GAA and a .927 save percentage over that stretch. The Senators rank sixth offensively this year with 3.45 goals per game.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Falls short against Boston

    Woll kicked out 33 of 37 shots in a 4-3 overtime loss to Boston on Saturday. Woll allowed a goal in each period, including the overtime frame. He's struggled lately, surrendering a minimum of three goals in six of his last seven contests, though he still has a 4-2-1 record over that span. Through 14 games this year, Woll is 8-5-1 with a 2.82 GAA and a .915 save percentage.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Facing Bruins

    Woll will patrol the home net versus Boston on Saturday, according to David Alter of Sports Illustrated. Woll has been sharp in his last two games, giving up only four goals on 79 shots in a pair shootout victories. He has taken over as the Maple Leafs' No. 1 netminder and is 8-5-0 with a 2.74 GAA and .917 save percentage. The Bruins will provide a tough matchup as they lead the Atlantic Division with 33 points in 22 games, averaging 31.7 shots per contest.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Tending twine Thursday

    Woll will be between the home pipes versus Seattle on Thursday, according to Mark Masters of TSN. Woll was outstanding Tuesday, turning aside 38 shots in a 2-1 shootout win over Florida. Woll is 7-5-0 with a 2.74 GAA and .916 save percentage this season. The Kraken are 26th in NHL scoring this season, a far cry from last season when they were fourth overall.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Sharp in shootout win

    Woll turned aside 38 shots in regulation and overtime and five of six shootout attempts in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Panthers. Kevin Stenlund banged home a rebound late in the first period, but otherwise Woll shut down Florida's attack en route to his seventh win of the season. The 25-year-old netminder has had an erratic November, posting a 3.32 GAA and .899 save percentage over seven appearances, but Ilya Samsonov hasn't yet done enough to push his way back into the No. 1 role for Toronto.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Solid, but takes loss

    Woll made 32 saves in a 3-2 loss to Pittsburgh on Saturday. Saturday was solid, not spectacular. The Leafs were up 2-1 by the 7:48 mark of the first, but the Pens chipped away at Woll and the Leafs. Former Leaf Noel Acciari tied things up at the mid-point of the second when he shot from a sharp angle off Woll's right shoulder and the puck went up under the crossbar. And Erik Karlsson sniped the winner on a one-timer with just 28 seconds left in the second. The young netminder hasn't exactly been consistent, but he has impressed at times.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Starting Saturday in Pittsburgh

    Woll will patrol the visiting crease in Pittsburgh on Saturday, according to Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sun. Woll has been inconsistent this season, but he is coming off a strong performance in Sweden, stopping 33 shots in a 4-3 overtime win over the Wild. Woll is 6-4-0 this campaign, with a 2.90 GAA and .909 save percentage. The Penguins are 16th in NHL scoring, averaging 3.15 goals per game.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Starting against Wild

    Woll will man the crease against Minnesota on Sunday in Sweden, according to David Alter of Sports Illustrated. Woll is coming off a 24-save effort in 5-4 shootout win over Calgary on Nov. 10. In nine games played this season, he has posted a 5-4-0 record with a 2.91 GAA and a .908 save percentage. The Wild rank 18th in the league this campaign with 3.13 goals per contest.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Sunk by Sens

    Woll turned aside 21 shots in Wednesday's 6-3 loss to the Senators. Three goals in just over three minutes during a disastrous third period for Toronto made the difference. While Woll didn't have much chance at stopping either of the first two, Ottawa's final tally came after the goalie got caught in possession of the puck behind the net and had it stolen by Tim Stutzle, who quickly found Claude Giroux in front of the wide-open cage. Woll has lost three of his last four starts and given up at least four goals in all three defeats, but he still sports a 4-4-0 record with a 2.79 GAA and .913 save percentage on the season. Even so, the Leafs might turn back to Ilya Samsonov for Friday's tilt against the Flames after this performance.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Set to face Senators

    Woll is expected to start at home against Ottawa on Wednesday, according to David Alter of Sports Illustrated. Woll saved 18 of 19 shots in relief Monday after Ilya Samsonov surrendered four goals on 12 shots to the Lightning. Toronto was losing 4-1 when Woll entered the game, but the Maple Leafs went on to earn a 6-5 overtime victory over Tampa Bay. The 25-year-old goaltender's been a strong option for Toronto all season, posting a 4-3-0 record, 2.30 GAA and .930 save percentage through seven contests. However, the Senators are a daunting assignment for goaltenders. They rank fifth offensively with 3.80 goals per game this year.
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  • Maple Leafs' Joseph Woll: Expected to start Saturday

    Woll was the first goaltender off the ice at the morning skate and is expected to patrol the blue paint at home versus Buffalo on Saturday, according to Mark Masters of TSN. Woll has been outstanding despite his 3-2-0 record with a 1.89 GAA and a .942 save percentage. He has taken over from the struggling Ilya Samsonov as the Maple Leafs top netminder at this time. Woll will face the Sabres, who have scored 33 goals in 11 contests this season.
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