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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Falters against Kings

Stolarz gave up two goals on 23 shots in Monday's 4-1 loss to the Kings. The last two goals were empty-netters. Stolarz made some improvements compared to his last meeting with the Kings, but it wasn't enough to earn a better result. The 27-year-old goalie dropped to 3-3-0 with a 2.25 GAA and a .926 save percentage through seven appearances. Stolarz has mainly split goaltending duties with John Gibson over the last two weeks, but it's yet to be announced which netminder will draw the start Wednesday versus the Kings.
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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Tending twine Monday

Stolarz will patrol the crease for Monday's game in Los Angeles. Stolarz has been impressive during a small sample size this month. He's 2-2-0 with a .929 save percentage and 2.26 GAA in April. However, the 27-year-old did allow four goals on 22 shots against the Kings in his last appearance. Stolarz will look for revenge against a Los Angeles team that's averaging just 2.18 goals per game this month.
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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Poor outing versus Kings

Stolarz allowed four goals on 22 shots in Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Kings. Stolarz had no answer for the line of Carl Grundstrom, Blake Lizotte and Andreas Athanasiou, who scored three of the four goals against him. Anze Kopitar also struck on a breakaway. Stolarz fell to 3-2-0 with 13 goals allowed on 181 shots -- a .928 save percentage through six outings. The 27-year-old has earned a share of the starting role from John Gibson, though Stolarz is typically scratched and Ryan Miller serves as backup when Gibson gets the nod.
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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Between pipes Tuesday

Stolarz will defend the road net in Tuesday's game versus the Kings. Stolarz won back-to-back starts against the Sharks last week, letting in just one goal on 74 shots. He didn't play in the last two games, but he'll get another shot Tuesday to prove his previous performances weren't a fluke. The Kings are a favorable matchup, as they've won just two of their last eight games while averaging just 2.25 goals. Ryan Miller will back up Stolarz while John Gibson gets the night off.
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Anaheim Ducks: Anthony Stolarz Impresses With Long Shutout Sequence

Apr 12, 2021; San Jose, California, USA; Anaheim Ducks goaltender Anthony Stolarz (41) defends the net against the San Jose Sharks in the second period at SAP Center at San Jose. Mandatory Credit: John Hefti-USA TODAY Sports. For an NHL team as young as the Anaheim Ducks, there is no...
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Anthony Stolarz, Ryan Getzlaf help Ducks sweep Sharks

Anthony Stolarz made 27 saves, Ryan Getzlaf scored his first goal in more than a month and the Anaheim Ducks completed a two-game sweep of the San Jose Sharks with a 4-1 win Wednesday night. Stolarz followed up a 45-save performance in a 4-0 win Monday night with another strong...
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Anthony Stolarz, Ducks defeat Sharks for second straight game

Anthony Stolarz made 27 saves to lead the visiting Anaheim Ducks to their second straight win against the San Jose Sharks, 4-1 on Wednesday night. Stolarz set a franchise record on Monday for most saves in a shutout when he stopped 46 shots in a 4-0 win against the Sharks. He has made four starts for the Ducks this season and 21 over his four-year NHL career.
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Anthony Stolarz stops 46 shots as Ducks blank Sharks

EditorsNote: 2nd update; 4th graf, fix spelling of Rickard; 5th graf, Jones 17 saves. Anthony Stolarz made a career-high 46 saves in his third start of the season as the visiting Anaheim Ducks defeated the San Jose Sharks 4-0 on Monday. The save total was the highest in franchise history...
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Anthony Stolarz has 45 saves as Ducks blank Sharks

Anthony Stolarz made a career-high 45 saves for his third career shutout and the Anaheim Ducks beat the San Jose Sharks 4-0 on Monday night. Alexander Volkov had two goals, Max Comtois had a goal and an assist and Rickard Rakell also scored as the Ducks beat the Sharks handily on their home ice for the second time in less than a week.
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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Beats Sharks again

Stolarz allowed one goal on 28 shots in Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Sharks. Stolarz came within three minutes of a second straight shutout before Erik Karlsson spoiled it. The 27-year-old Stolarz gave up just one goal on 74 shots in a two-game set against the Sharks. He's given up just nine goals on 159 shots overall this season, a .943 save percentage in his five appearances.
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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Starting second straight

Stolarz will defend the blue paint during Wednesday's road game versus the Sharks, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports. Stolarz was fantastic in his last start Monday against San Jose, turning aside all 46 shots he faced en route to his second win and first shutout of the season. The 27-year-old backstop will try to secure a second straight victory in a rematch with the same Sharks squad Wednesday.
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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Starting Monday

Stolarz was recalled from the taxi squad to start in San Jose on Monday. The Ducks will give John Gibson the day off, so Stolarz will have Ryan Miller as his backup. The 27-year-old has appeared in three NHL games this season, recording a 2.98 GAA and .906 save percentage. He'll have a good opportunity to win his second game of the year against a Sharks squad that's averaged just 2.70 goals per game.
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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Down to taxi squad

Stolarz was assigned to Anaheim's taxi squad Sunday, per CapFriendly. John Gibson (upper body) was activated off injured reserve in a corresponding move, so the Ducks are no longer in need of Stolarz's services as a backup netminder.
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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Down to taxi squad

Stolarz was sent from the active roster to the taxi squad Tuesday, according to CapFriendly. Stolarz has acquitted himself well in two NHL appearances this year, allowing four goals on 54 shots. He's likely to continue bouncing between the taxi squad, active roster and AHL San Diego during the final month of the season.
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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Bounced to taxi squad

Stolarz was reassigned to the taxi squad Friday, CapFriendly reports. As expected, with John Gibson (lower body) back from injured reserve, Stolarz won't be needed on the active roster. The 27-year-old allowed two goals on 14 shots in his only NHL appearance so far this season.
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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Clears virus protocol

Stolarz was activated from the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Thursday, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports. Stolarz is on the active roster for now, but he'll likely be assigned to the taxi squad if John Gibson (lower body) is available for Friday's game versus the Blues. The Ducks don't provide their goalies much offensive or defensive support. However, Stolarz could get a start during the team's upcoming back-to-back set Sunday and Monday if Gibson is still out.
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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Listed as non-roster

Stolarz (COVID-19 protocol) was listed as non-roster Wednesday, per CapFriendly. Stolarz and three other Ducks entered the league's virus protocol Tuesday. He will be able to return once he's cleared the protocol.
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Ducks' Anthony Stolarz: Goes to protocol

Stolarz was placed in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Wednesday, Jessi Pierce of The Athletic reports. It's uncertain whether Stolarz tested positive for the virus or was simply a close contact to an infected person. He was one of four Ducks players to enter protocol Tuesday. Nevertheless, Wednesday's matchup against the Wild is still scheduled. Lukas Dostal will back up Ryan Miller if Stolarz isn't cleared in time.