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Goals Against
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Fantasy Points
Nov 30, 2023 4 32 36 2.4
Nov 20, 2023 3 30 33 8
Nov 11, 2023 2 31 33
Nov 2, 2023 3 46 49
Oct 26, 2023 3 20 23

Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Goals Against Average
2023 406.7 4 1 195 3.18
2022 107.45.1 9 8 552 1 2.72
2021 179.64.9 13 15 1108 1 3.14
3y Avg. 112.24.5 8 10 691 1 3.02
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Yields four goals in overtime loss

    Wedgewood stopped 32 of 36 shots in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Flames. The Flames outshot the Stars 36-16, so Wedgewood was far busier than Jacob Markstrom. However, it was a point lost for the Stars after their 3-2 lead slipped away late in the third period. Wedgewood had won his last three starts before this defeat, and he's now 4-1-1 on the year. The 31-year-old has added a solid 3.17 GAA and .911 save percentage over six starts. Wedgewood started roughly every fourth game in November -- Jake Oettinger remains Dallas' top option in net, but Wedgewood appears set to see regular playing time so that he doesn't go long stretches without game action.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Guarding road net Thursday

    Wedgewood is expected to start in Thursday's road game against Calgary, per Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan. Wedgewood is set to make his first start since Nov. 20 when he saved 30 of 33 shots in a 6-3 win over the Rangers. Over five appearances this season, he has a 4-1-0 record, 3.02 GAA and .916 save percentage. The Flames are in a four-way tie for 20th offensively this campaign with 2.91 goals per game, which isn't particularly scary, but the Stars will need to be careful after suffering a 7-4 defeat to Calgary last Friday.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Allows three goals in home victory

    Wedgewood allowed three goals on 33 shots in Monday's 6-3 win against the Rangers. Wedgewood was giving starter Jake Oettinger a breather, and it looked like a very tough spot for the backup. New York entered on a 10-0-1 run, but Wedgewood handed the Rangers their first loss in regulation dating back to Oct. 19. Even though he has now won three consecutive starts, the 31-year-old goaltender is likely to be back in a ball cap as the backup Wednesday against the Golden Knights.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Nabs third win Saturday

    Wedgewood turned aside 31 shots in Saturday's 3-2 win over the Jets. The 31-year-old netminder was particularly sharp in the third period, stopping 15 of 16 shots as Winnipeg tried to mount a comeback from a 3-1 deficit. Wedgewood has seen sparse action behind Jake Oettinger to begin the season, but he's gone 3-1-0 in his four starts with a 3.01 GAA and .917 save percentage.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Starting in Winnipeg

    Wedgewood will patrol the visiting crease in Winnipeg on Saturday, per Mike Heika of the Stars' official site. Wedgewood is 2-1-0 this season, giving up 10 goals on 112 shots. He was outstanding in his last start, stopping 46 shots in a 4-3 win over the Oilers on Nov. 2. Wedgewood will face the Jets, who have scored 47 goals in 13 games this season.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Sensational in victory

    Wedgewood stopped 46 of 49 shots, fueling the Stars to a 4-3 win over the Oilers on Thursday. Wedgewood looked very sharp in Thursday's game allowing just one goal through two periods. The Oilers poured it on in the third period, firing 25 shots, but Wedgewood stayed strong allowing just two goals in the third to hold on for a 4-3 win. This win was the Canadian netminder's third start of the season as he improves his record to 2-1-0. He should continue to serve as the backup to Jake Oettinger moving forward.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Starting in Edmonton

    Wedgewood will protect the road goal versus the Oilers on Thursday, per the NHL media site. Wedgewood will make his third start of the season after going 1-1-0 with seven goals allowed on 63 shots over his first two outings. The 31-year-old will handle the second half of a back-to-back after Jake Oettinger was busy in a 4-3 win over the Flames on Wednesday. With the Stars apparently committed to giving Oettinger more rest, Wedgewood is getting roughly one start per week.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Loses to Maple Leafs

    Wedgewood stopped 20 of 23 shots in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Maple Leafs. The fourth goal was an empty-netter. Wedgewood held his own, but a Mitchell Marner goal late in the second period proved too much for the Stars to come back from. With seven goals allowed on 63 shots over two starts, Wedgewood has been decent but not outstanding to begin 2023-24. Jake Oettinger figures to get the starting nod Monday versus the Blue Jackets on five full days of rest.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Taking on Toronto

    Wedgewood will patrol the home crease during Thursday's matchup with the Maple Leafs, Dallas radio analyst Bruce LeVine reports. Wedgewood was decent in his season debut Saturday versus the Flyers, stopping 36 of 40 shots en route to a 5-4 victory. He'll try to secure his second win of the campaign in a home matchup with a Toronto team that's averaging 3.67 goals per game this season, 10th in the NHL.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Overcomes adversity in win

    Wedgewood stopped 36 of 40 shots in Saturday's 5-4 overtime win over the Flyers. The Stars didn't play all that well in front of Wedgewood, but he wasn't bailing them out either. The Flyers tallied three shorthanded goals, but they became the first team to do so and lose when Joe Pavelski won it for the Stars in overtime. Wedgewood is a solid backup netminder, but his playing time is likely to be minimal with a workhorse starter in Jake Oettinger available. Expect Wedgewood to return to the bench for Tuesday's game in Pittsburgh.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Facing Flyers

    Wedgewood will be between the home pipes versus Philadelphia on Saturday, according to Brian Rea of Bally Sports Southwest. Wedgewood will make his first start of the season. He was 9-8-3 with a 2.72 GAA and .915 save percentage last season. Wedgewood will face the Flyers, who have scored 12 goals in four games and are surprisingly atop of the Metropolitan Division standings.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Not much work in relief outing

    Wedgewood stopped 10 of 11 shots in relief of Jake Oettinger in Tuesday's 4-0 loss to the Golden Knights in Game 3. Vegas didn't force the issue much after chasing Oettinger just 7:10 into the game. Wedgewood was solid, but the Stars' offense never got going. This was Wedgewood's third relief appearance of the postseason, and he's allowed four goals on 29 shots.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Appears in relief again

    Wedgewood stopped nine of 10 shots in relief of Jake Oettinger in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Kraken in Game 6. Wedgewood put in a solid effort, though the Kraken were content to slow things down after chasing Oettinger early in the second period. With three goals allowed on 18 shots in two relief outings this postseason, Wedgewood is hardly a threat to take over the starting job. Expect him to be back in the backup role for Monday's Game 7.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Struggles in relief

    Wedgewood turned aside six of eight shots in relief in a 7-2 loss to Seattle in Game 3 on Sunday. Wedgewood stepped into the contest for the start of the third period after Jake Oettinger surrendered five goals on 17 shots. However, Wedgewood couldn't stop Seattle's momentum and ended up conceding both a shorthanded and a power-play goal. Despite Oettinger's inconsistency in the second round, he's a major part of why Dallas has gotten this far and will likely be the starting goaltender in Game 4 on Tuesday.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Stops 16 in win

    Wedgewood made 16 saves in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Blues. Wedgewood gave up two goals in the first period, then settled down as the Stars limited the chances against him. The 30-year-old netminder shouldn't expect to see the ice much the rest of the way. Jake Oettinger will likely start Thursday's season finale with seeding still at stake, and the Stars plan to ride Oettinger throughout the playoffs. Unless Wedgewood makes an appearance Thursday, he'll finish the season 9-8-3 with a 2.72 GAA and .915 save percentage.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Gets starting nod Wednesday

    Wedgewood will tend the twine on the road against the Blues on Wednesday, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports. Wedgewood has played in just two games in the Stars' last 23 contests, making just one start in which he made 26 saves in a winning effort. With the club ending the season with a back-to-back, Wedgewood will take the first game, which means Jake Oettinger figures to start the season finale versus St. Louis on Thursday. In the postseason, Wedgewood is unlikely to see much, if any, minutes while Oettinger takes the bulk of the workload.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Sees work in relief Monday

    Wedgewood stopped all seven shots he faced after replacing Jake Oettinger to begin the third period of Monday's 6-1 win over the Red Wings. There's no injury concern with Oettinger -- the Stars simply had a commanding lead and elected to give their No. 1 netminder a bit of extra rest ahead of the playoffs. Wedgewood has a 2.76 GAA and .916 save percentage on the season, and while the 30-year-old has seen action in only two games so far in April, he could get one more start as Dallas closes out its schedule with a home-and-home series against St. Louis on Wednesday and Thursday.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Wins in return

    Wedgewood stopped 26 of 27 shots in Monday's 5-1 win over the Predators. Wedgewood had been out for about six weeks due to a lower-body injury. He helped AHL Texas clinch a playoff spot over the weekend and did the same for the big club with Monday's impressive win, which saw him keep the Predators off the board deep into the third period. Wedgewood is up to 8-8-3 with a 2.81 GAA and a .915 save percentage through 19 games. He's been a capable backup this season, but he's unlikely to see much more than one or two games the rest of the way, as Jake Oettinger will continue to start the majority of the time.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Leaves ice first

    Wedgewood was the first goalie to exit the ice Monday, Bruce LeVine of Dallas Hockey Now reports, indicating he'll be between the home pipes against Nashville. Wedgewood -- who was recently with AHL Texas on a conditioning assignment -- will be making his first NHL start since Feb. 18 versus Columbus. In his last five appearances for Dallas, the veteran netminder's only win was a 34-save shutout against the Kings, a span where he posted an overall 1-4-0 record and .920 save percentage. The Stars have just one back-to-back remaining on the schedule, which may be the last we see of Wedgewood this season, with Jake Oettinger the No. 1 the rest of the way.
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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: On conditioning stint

    Wedgewood (lower body) was sent to AHL Texas on a conditioning stint Thursday, Brian Rea of Bally Sports Southwest reports. Wedgewood will get in some much needed playing time, as he has missed the last 17 games with the injury. He is 7-8-3 with a 2.91 GAA and .913 save percentage. Wedgewood will be recalled next week.
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