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Team W-L-OTL Pts
52-24-6 110
47-20-15 109
46-26-10 102
45-29-8 98
41-32-9 91
39-37-6 84
37-41-4 78
30-36-16 76

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2023 Goaltending

STATS W
Wins
L
Losses
OTL
Overtime Loss
GAA
Goals Against Average
SV%
Saves Percentage
SO
Shutout
Regular Season 25 10 8 2.53 .916 3
Post Season 6 6 0 2.15 .933 0

Top Jeremy Swayman News

  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Eliminated from playoffs

    Swayman made 26 saves in a 2-1 loss to the Panthers on Friday in Game 6.

    Swayman stood tall in the crease Friday, but his valiant effort wasn't enough as the Panthers eliminated the Bruins in a heart-wrenching loss. Despite the defeat, the 25-year-old netminder stopped 26 of 28 shots, showcasing his poise under playoff pressure. Over six second-round contests, Swayman posted a solid .917 save percentage and 2.86 GAA, indicating his consistent high-level performance down the stretch. The future is bright for Swayman, though he might once again split time with Linus Ullmark, who has one campaign left on his contract, during the 2024-25 regular season.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Guarding cage Friday

    Swayman will get the starting nod for Game 6 at home against the Panthers on Friday, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports.

    Swayman will make his 11th consecutive start Friday. He's won five of his previous 10 contests while posting a .929 save percentage over that span. However, he's registered a 3.03 GAA and a .915 save percentage this series against Florida. Swayman helped fend off elimination with a Game 5 win by stopping 28 of 29 shots.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Keeps series going

    Swayman stopped 28 of 29 shots in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Panthers in Game 5.

    Swayman snapped a three-game losing streak with the effort, which saw him allow the lone goal to Sam Reinhart in the second period. The Bruins still face an uphill battle, but it's likely to be Swayman who will have the chance to keep their season going. He's 6-5 over 11 playoff outings and has allowed two or fewer goals in eight of those contests. Game 6 is Friday in Boston.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Starting Game 5

    Swayman will protect the road goal versus the Panthers in Tuesday's Game 5, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports.

    Swayman has allowed 12 goals during his three-game losing streak, but head coach Jim Montgomery is sticking with the 25-year-old with the Bruins' season on the line. Through 10 playoff outings, Swayman has a 2.28 GAA and a .930 save percentage, though he has lost two of his last three road games.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Solid outing in loss

    Swayman made 38 saves on 41 shots in Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Panthers in Game 4.

    Swayman was stellar Sunday night but it wasn't enough as Boston was heavily outplayed by Florida in the loss. The 25-year-old netminder was provided a two-goal lead in the first period before the Panthers scored three unanswered goals over the final two frames. Swayman and the Bruins find themselves on the brink of elimination heading back to Florida for Game 5 on Tuesday. Overall this postseason, the Boston goaltender has a 5-5 record with a 2.28 GAA and a .931 save percentage.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Guarding cage Sunday

    Swayman will get the starting nod at home against the Panthers for Game 4 on Sunday, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.

    Swayman has been plastered with nine goals on 55 shots over the last two games but it hasn't been enough for Boston to flip back to Linus Ullmark. This will mark nine straight starts for Swayman dating back to the first round against Toronto. During his last eight games, he's posted a .925 save percentage while picking up four wins.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Suffers loss in Game 3

    Swayman made 27 saves on 32 shots in Friday's 6-2 home loss to the Panthers.

    It was a tough outing for Swayman, and the Bruins were heavily outplayed by the Panthers for a large portion of the tilt. There wasn't much help in front of the Bruins netminder -- Florida almost doubled up Boston in shots on goal. Swayman has now allowed nine goals in his last two outings combined, so it's possible the Bruins will turn to Linus Ullmark in net for Game 4 on Sunday. Overall this postseason, Swayman is 5-4 with a 2.19 GAA and a .931 save percentage.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Tending twine Friday

    Swayman will get the starting nod for Game 3 at home against the Panthers on Friday, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.

    After stopping 38 shots in a dominant Game 1 victory, Swayman couldn't make it through the entirety of Game 2 against Florida. He was yanked after coughing up four goals on 23 shots. Still, the Bruins will go back to him for an eighth consecutive game. Over his last seven contests, Swayman has gone 4-3-0 despite registering a terrific .937 save percentage over that span.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Yanked in Game 2

    Swayman was handed the loss Wednesday in Game 2 against the Panthers after allowing four goals on 23 shots before being replaced by Linus Ullmark early in the third period.

    Swayman blanked Florida in the first period before surrendering three goals in the second, including a Gustav Forsling tally with just two seconds left in the frame. Swayman would give up a fourth goal 1:28 into the third before he was replaced by Ullmark. It's the first time in eight postseason starts that Swayman's allowed more than two goals -- he still sports an impressive .942 save percentage with a 1.81 GAA during the playoffs. Swayman earned the primary starting job in the postseason after splitting the workload with Ullmark for most of the year, though the Bruins may elect to make a change prior to Friday's Game 3 on Friday.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Slated to start

    Swayman was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate, per Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald, putting him on track to guard the road goal in Wednesday's Game 2 versus Florida.

    Swayman was exceptional in Monday's Game 1, turning aside 38 of 39 shots en route to a convincing 5-1 win. As long as the 25-year-old netminder continues to play at this level, it seems unlikely coach Jim Montgomery will go back to the rotation between Swayman and Linus Ullmark he utilized to open the Bruins' first-round series versus Toronto.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Stellar in Game 1 win

    Swayman stopped 38 of 39 shots in Monday's 5-1 win over the Panthers in Game 1 of the second round.

    A turnover led to the Panthers' lone goal in the second period, which was scored by Matthew Tkachuk. Swayman was otherwise stellar again, as he allowed a single goal for the fourth time in seven playoffs outings. His other three starts have seen him give up just two tallies each time. Swayman is 5-2 with a 1.42 GAA and a .955 save percentage this postseason, and he should be considered a near lock to start in Game 2 on Wednesday.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Tending twine in Game 1

    Swayman will guard the road goal Monday in Game 1 against Florida, per Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports.

    Swayman was excellent in the first round of the postseason against Toronto, stopping 172 of 181 shots en route to a 4-2 record. Florida ranks third in the playoffs with 4.00 goals per contest.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Claims overtime win in Game 7

    Swayman stopped 30 of 31 shots in Saturday's 2-1 overtime win over the Maple Leafs in Game 7.

    Swayman was in net for all four of the Bruins' first-round wins, and he allowed a total of just nine goals over his six appearances versus Toronto. He battled Ilya Samsonov for nearly 50 minutes before William Nylander and Hampus Lindholm exchanged goals midway through the third period. Swayman didn't have to keep it tied for long in overtime, as David Pastrnak tucked home the game-winner 1:54 into the extra session. Swayman has likely earned the opportunity to be the starter in the second round versus the Panthers, who boast an intimidating offense that may make it difficult for the 25-year-old to replicate his first-round results.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Gets Game 7 nod

    Swayman will protect the home goal versus the Maple Leafs on Saturday in Game 7, Conor Ryan of The Boston Globe reports.

    Swayman will make his fifth straight start despite losing his last two games. During the first round, Swayman has been excellent despite a lack of goal support in recent games. He's given up just eight goals on 150 shots over five appearances.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Set to start Thursday

    Swayman is slated to tend the twine on the road in Game 6 against the Maple Leafs on Thursday, Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald reports.

    Swayman has been solid in his last five outings, posting a 1.40 GAA and .953 save percentage while going 3-2-0. After the Game 5 loss Tuesday, there was certainly a chance the Bruins would turn back to Linus Ullmark, however, they will continue to ride Swayman into Game 6.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Takes another loss

    Swayman stopped 24 of 26 shots in Thursday's 2-1 loss to the Maple Leafs in Game 6.

    Swayman has lost back-to-back games, but he still hasn't given up more than two goals in any of his five first-round starts. William Nylander had both tallies Thursday, scoring in the final minute of the second period on a deflected shot and adding another goal late in the third. With the Bruins facing Game 7, it's unclear if head coach Jim Montgomery will stick with Swayman or switch to Linus Ullmark on Saturday.

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  • Bruins' Jeremy Swayman: Falls to Leafs in OT

    Swayman stopped 31 shots Tuesday in a 2-1 overtime loss to the Maple Leafs in Game 5 of the Bruins' first-round series.

    Making his third straight start for Boston, Swayman played well but didn't get a lot of help from his teammates at either end of the ice. The 25-year-old netminder has a stellar 1.49 GAA and .952 save percentage in his four playoff starts so far, but it's not clear if coach Jim Montgomery will turn back to Linus Ullmark for Game 6 on Thursday.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 195 lbs
Birthplace: Anchorage, AK
Age: 25
Experience: 4
Shoots: Left