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Player Pets: Filip Gustavsson, Nemo and Nova

Nemo is a six-year-old Australian shepherd and Nova is a three-year-old dalmatian. Each month, Wild.com will feature a Minnesota Wild player and his pet(s), presented by PetSmart. Filip Gustavsson's puppies are an Australian shepherd named Nemo who is six years old and a Dalmatian named Nova who is three years...
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Earns shootout triumph

Gustavsson made 29 saves during Saturday's 5-4 shootout win over the visiting Ducks. Gustavsson, who recovered from an upper-body injury to earn his first start since Nov. 23, claimed his third consecutive win. The 24-year-old netminder stopped two of three skaters in the shootout. Despite surrendering two one-goal leads during the opening 30 minutes Saturday, Gustavsson (4-4-1) helped the Wild extend their winning streak to a season-high three games.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Starting Saturday vs. Ducks

Gustavsson will get the home start against Anaheim on Saturday, Michael Russo of The Athletico reports. It will be Gustavsson's first start in four games after he suffered an upper-body injury. He is 3-4-1 with a 2.62 GAA and a .914 save percentage after coming off two beautiful wins, giving up only two goals on 50 shots. Gustavsson will face the Ducks, who are averaging 2.46 goals per game, the worst in the NHL.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Slated to suit up Thursday

Gustavsson (upper body) is expected to be available for Thursday's game against Edmonton, Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Gustavsson sat out Sunday's contest versus Arizona after he was injured in Saturday's practice. The Wild returned netminder Zane McIntyre to the minors Tuesday.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Unavailable Sunday

Gustavsson (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup Sunday versus Arizona, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports. Gustavsson left Saturday's practice a bit early and will miss at least one game. Zane McIntyre will dress as the backup goalie behind Marc-Andre Fleury on Sunday.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Dealing with upper-body issue

Gustavsson suffered an upper-body injury during practice Saturday, Jessi Pierce of NHL.com reports. Gustavsson was supposed to start Sunday against Arizona; instead, Marc-Andre Fleury allowed three goals in the victory. The 24-year-old Gustavsson is expected to practice Tuesday and could be back in action as early as Thursday against Edmonton.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Excellent in victory

Gustavsson saved 28 of 29 shots in the Wild's 6-1 blowout victory over the Jets on Wednesday. Gustavsson was nearly perfect Wednesday, posting a save percentage of .966 on the night. The lone puck that slipped into the twine was a snap shot by Kyle Connor slightly after the midway point of the second period. Although the 24-year-old netminder still sits with a losing record of 3-4-1, it's encouraging that his numbers in his first handful of games have mightily improved from last season, with his save percentage entering Wednesday at .906 to go with a GAA of 2.86, numbers that will be improving after this strong game.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Set to face Jets

Gustavsson will defend the home crease against Winnipeg on Wednesday, according to Jessi Pierce of NHL.com. This will be Gustavsson's third straight start, as Marc-Andre Fleury has been out of action with an upper-body injury. Fleury is expected back Friday, so expect to see Gustavsson a lot less between the pipes going forward. Gus is 2-4-1 with a 2.86 GAA and a .906 save percentage. He'll take on the Jets, who have scored 2.94 goals per game, good for 22nd in the NHL.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Slated to start Saturday

Gustavsson will defend the home net Saturday against Carolina, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports. Gustavsson permitted five goals on 31 shots in Thursday's 6-4 loss to Pittsburgh. He will get a second straight start due to the absence of Marc-Andre Fleury (upper body). Gustavsson has a 1-4-1 record this season with a 3.20 GAA and a .901 save percentage.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Picks up win in overtime

Gustavsson allowed a goal on 21 shots in Saturday's 2-1 overtime win over the Hurricanes. Gustavsson gave up a first-period goal to Sebastian Aho, but that was it. The Wild then tied it late in the third and won in overtime to give Gustavsson his second win in seven appearances. This was a low-event game that may have made things easier for the 24-year-old, who is now 2-4-1 with a 2.86 GAA and a .906 save percentage. He should continue to see a majority of the starts while Marc-Andre Fleury (upper body) is on injured reserve. The Wild's next game is Wednesday versus the Jets.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Gets start Thursday

Gustavsson will be between the home pipes against Pittsburgh on Thursday, Jessi Pierce of NHL.com reports. Gustavsson will take over the crease from the injured Marc-Andre Fleury (upper body), who was placed on injured reserve Wednesday. Gustavsson enters the game with a 1-3-1 record as well as a 2.82 GAA and a .914 save percentage. He will face the Penguins, who have been waddling along with a 6-7-3 record, good for seventh place in the Metropolitan Division, and are averaging 3.50 goals per contest.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Getting expanded role

Gustavsson turned aside 26 of 31 shots during Thursday's 6-4 loss to the visiting Penguins. Gustavsson will be expected to carry a bigger load with starter Marc-Andre Fleury (upper body) going on injured reserve Wednesday. The 24-year-old netminder had been solid during his opening five appearances, registering a 2.81 GAA and a .914 save percentage. But, including Thursday's loss, he only has one win. Gustavsson, who yielded three third-period goals, fell to 1-4-1 as the Wild dropped their third-straight game.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Starting Sunday

Gustavsson will guard the home net Sunday against the Sharks, per Jessi Pierce of NHL.com. Gustavsson is coming off his first win with Minnesota, a 31-save performance Wednesday against Anaheim. The 24-year-old netminder will look to keep the momentum going Sunday against San Jose. Gustavsson is now 1-3-0 with a .904 save percentage.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Slated to start Wednesday

Gustavsson is expected to occupy the road net in Wednesday's game against Anaheim. Gustavsson played in just three of Minnesota's first 12 games. He hasn't won a game yet this season and surrendered a combined 10 goals over those contests. Anaheim is 4-8-1 and has the 23rd-ranked offense with 2.85 goals per game though, so Gustavsson has a solid opportunity here to earn his first win of 2022-23.
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Wild's Filip Gustavsson: Earns first win with Minnesota

Gustavsson allowed a goal on 32 shots in Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Ducks. This was a close game for the first two periods, but the Wild took over in the third. Gustavsson was sharp, earning his first win in four starts as a member of the Wild this year. He's allowed 11 goals on 114 shots while serving as understudy to Marc-Andre Fleury. Gustavsson's playing time is likely to remain limited to roughly one start a week, so his fantasy value is correspondingly low.
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Get to know Filip Gustavsson

Amidst a bit of goalie tension/awkwardness/drama, the Minnesota Wild elected to send Cam Talbot to the Ottawa Senators in exchange for Filip Gustavsson last week.  Gustavsson, a 24-year-old Swede, appeared in 18 games (16 starts) with Ottawa last season and went 5-12-1 with a 3.55 ...
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Wild traded Cam Talbot to the Senators in exchange for Filip Gustavsson

Ottawa The Senators revealed Tuesday that general manager Pierre Dorion had made yet another transaction, this time exchanging goalkeeper Filip Gustavsson for goaltender Cam Talbot from the Minnesota Wild. The deal was made only one day after Dorion dealt Toronto Maple Leafs’ goalie Matt Murray for future considerations, along with third- and seventh-round draft picks.
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