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Team W-L-OTL Pts
50-23-9 109
49-27-6 104
44-27-11 99
45-29-8 98
38-39-5 81
34-35-13 81
27-50-5 59
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2023 Goaltending

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Saves Percentage
SO
Shutout
Regular Season 36 16 5 2.62 .905 2
Post Season 12 8 0 2.51 .898 1

Top Stuart Skinner News

  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Tending twine in Game 5

    Skinner will guard the road net in Game 5 against Florida on Tuesday, per Oilers play-by-by announcer Jack Michaels.

    Skinner is coming off a 32-save effort in Saturday's 8-1 win over the Panthers in Game 4. He has a 12-8 record with a 2.51 GAA and an .898 save percentage over 20 outings this postseason.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Keeps season alive

    Skinner stopped 32 of 33 shots in Saturday's 8-1 win over the Panthers in Game 4.

    Skinner stepped up with a strong start, and his teammates rewarded him with stellar goal support with their season on the line. Despite this solid performance, Skinner has given up 10 goals over four contests in the Stanley Cup Finals. The Oilers are down 3-1 in the series and face a steep challenge, but the 25-year-old will probably be between the pipes the rest of the way.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Set to start Saturday

    Skinner is expected to start at home against Florida in Game 4 on Saturday, per Tracey Myers of NHL.com.

    Skinner lost the first three contests of the Stanley Cup Finals while stopping 59 of 68 shots (.868 save percentage). He has an 11-8 record, 2.59 GAA and .893 save percentage across 19 postseason outings this year. He hasn't endured a personal losing streak longer than three contests in the regular season or playoffs in 2023-24.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Stumbles in second period

    Skinner allowed four goals on 23 shots in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Panthers in Game 3.

    Skinner brought some of his trouble on himself, as one of the Panthers' goals in the second period came from his own turnover. Florida scored three times in a span of 6:19 in the middle frame, and the Oilers' comeback fell short, leaving Skinner with a third straight loss. He's 11-8 with a 2.59 GAA and an .893 save percentage through 19 playoff contests. The Oilers will face a herculean task to try to come back from a 3-0 deficit in the Stanley Cup Finals, but there's been no talk of Calvin Pickard getting a start, so it seems head coach Kris Knoblauch will likely ride with Skinner to the end.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Starting Game 3

    Skinner will protect the home goal versus the Panthers in Thursday's Game 3, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.

    Skinner has let in five goals on 45 shots over the first two games of the series, but he'll stay between the pipes for the first contest in Edmonton. The fact that he hasn't let in more than three goals in nine of his last 10 contests is a positive, but the Oilers have just one tally over two games in the Stanley Cup Finals, so Skinner will likely need more goal support to have a chance to best the Panthers on Thursday.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Consecutive losses to open series

    Skinner stopped 25 of 28 shots in Monday's 4-1 loss to Florida in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

    Skinner didn't have much support in front of him in Game 2 -- the Oilers had seven shots on goal through the first two frames. It was only the second time in his last 10 outings that Skinner has allowed more than two goals in a contest. The 25-year-old has an .886 save percentage through two games in this series, though Edmonton hasn't been able to provide the netminder with offensive support (one goal over two games). The last time Skinner lost consecutive contests in the postseason, he rebounded with three straight wins -- the Oilers will need that trend to continue when they head back to Edmonton for Game 3 on Thursday. Skinner is 11-7 with a 2.51 GAA and an .896 save percentage through 18 playoff appearances.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Slated to defend cage in Game 2

    Skinner is expected to tend the road twine against the Panthers in Game 2 on Monday.

    Skinner gave up just two goals in Game 1, his eighth time allowing two or fewer goals in the Oilers' last nine contests, but registered a subpar .882 save percentage after facing a mere 17 shots. Edmonton has allowed more than 25 shots in only two of those nine contests, so fantasy managers should expect Skinner to continue facing a light workload.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Gets no help in Game 1 loss

    Skinner allowed two goals on 17 shots in a 3-0 loss to the Panthers in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals on Saturday. The third goal was an empty-netter.

    Skinner had the lighter workload of the two goalies, but Sergei Bobrovsky stood on his head while the Panthers got a goal in each period. The 25-year-old Skinner has allowed two or fewer goals in eight of his last nine games, going 6-3 in that span. He's now 11-6 with a 2.47 GAA and an .897 save percentage through 17 playoff appearances. Game 2 is in Florida on Monday, and it's likely Skinner will get the start since he can't be blamed for the series-opening loss.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Tending twine in Game 1

    Skinner will guard the road net in Game 1 against Florida on Saturday, Ryan Frankson of the Oilers' official site reports.

    Skinner has stopped 72 of 76 shots during his three-game winning streak. He has posted a record of 11-5 with a 2.50 GAA and an .897 save percentage through 16 appearances this postseason. The Panthers rank fourth in the 2024 playoffs with 3.24 goals per game.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Sends Edmonton to Cup Finals

    Skinner allowed one goal on 35 shots in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Stars in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals.

    The Oilers scored twice on their 10 shots, and Skinner made sure that was enough to win with one of his best performances of the playoffs. This was just the second time the Stars were able to put up 30-plus shots, but Skinner won both of those contests. He's now 11-5 with a 2.50 GAA and an .897 save percentage through 16 contests. Skinner is almost certain to be between the pipes for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals versus the Panthers on Saturday in Florida.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Tending twine Sunday

    Skinner will face the Stars at home for Game 6 on Sunday, Tracey Myers of NHL.com reports.

    Skinner has won two straight games to put the Oilers up 3-2 over Dallas. In those two victories, he stopped a combined 39 of 42 shots. He's struggled at times this postseason and has an .890 save percentage through 15 playoff appearances. However, he's been much better against the Stars, posting a 2.08 GAA and .908 save percentage through five contests.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Wins again in Game 5

    Skinner stopped 19 of 20 shots in Friday's 3-1 win over the Stars in Game 5.

    The Oilers' defense again stood tall, making Skinner's job easier with another light workload. The lone goal against him was tipped in by Wyatt Johnston. Skinner has won five of his last seven games, and he's given up two goals or fewer in six of those contests. He'll likely be between the pipes in Game 6 on Sunday with a chance to send the Oilers to the Stanley Cup Finals.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Between pipes in Game 5

    Skinner will defend the road crease in Dallas for Game 5 on Friday, Tony Brar of Oilers TV reports.

    Skinner gave up a pair of early goals in Game 4 and then shut the door, stopping 20 shots as the Oilers evened the series at 2-2 with a 5-2 win Wednesday. Skinner has a 2.34 GAA and a .900 save percentage in four games against Dallas in the playoffs.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Evens series with Game 4 win

    Skinner stopped 20 of 22 shots in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Stars in Game 4.

    It was an ugly first few minutes for Skinner, as the Stars held a 2-0 lead at 5:29 of the first period. The Oilers evened the score by the intermission and ran away with the game over the final 40 minutes, with Skinner hardly tested down the stretch. The Western Conference Finals are tied at two games apiece, and Skinner hasn't had to face more than 24 shots in any of the last three contests. He's now 9-5 with a 2.71 GAA and an .887 save percentage over 14 playoff games. He'll look to build some momentum for the Oilers in Game 5 on Friday in Dallas.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Tending twine in Game 4

    Skinner will patrol the home crease Wednesday in Game 4 against Dallas, according to Ryan Rishaug of TSN.

    Skinner surrendered four goals on 21 shots in Monday's 5-3 loss to the Stars in Game 3. He has lost his last two outings, stopping 39 of 45 shots during that span. Skinner has posted an 8-5 record with a 2.76 GAA and an .885 save percentage through 13 starts this postseason.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Yields four goals in loss

    Skinner stopped 17 of 21 shots in Monday's 5-3 loss to the Stars in Game 3. The fifth goal was an empty-netter.

    For the second game in a row, the Oilers' defense did well at shot suppression, but it wasn't enough. Skinner squandered a 2-0 lead after the first period and has allowed eight goals on 78 shots through the first three games of the Western Conference Finals. Skinner briefly lost his starting job in the second round, but this is the first time he's lost consecutive contests this postseason. Game 4 is Wednesday in Edmonton, and head coach Kris Knoblauch hasn't revealed if it will be Skinner or Calvin Pickard who starts that game.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Guarding goal in Game 3

    Skinner will patrol the home crease Monday in Game 3 against Dallas, per Tony Brar of Oilers TV.

    Skinner stopped 22 of 24 shots in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Stars in Game 2. The defeat snapped his three-game winning streak. Skinner has posted an 8-4 record with a 2.65 GAA and an .890 save percentage over 12 starts this postseason.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Decent in loss

    Skinner stopped 22 of 24 shots in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Stars in Game 2. The third goal was an empty-netter.

    Skinner gave up a goal to Jamie Benn on a 2-on-1 in the first period, and Mason Marchment tipped in the game-winner in the third. It's tough to find much fault in Skinner's performance in his first loss in four starts, a span in which he's allowed a total of seven goals. The 25-year-old is 8-4 with a 2.65 GAA and an .890 save percentage over 12 playoff outings, though he's been better in recent games. Skinner will likely be between the pipes again for Monday's Game 3 in Edmonton.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Tending twine in Game 2

    Skinner will guard the road goal in Game 2 versus Dallas on Saturday, Jamie Umbach of the Oilers' official site reports.

    Skinner has stopped 60 of 65 shots during his three-game winning streak. He is coming off a 31-save performance in Thursday's 3-2 double-overtime victory over the Stars in Game 1. Skinner has posted an 8-3 record with a 2.70 GAA and an .888 save percentage through 11 appearances this postseason.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Steady in Game 1 win

    Skinner stopped 31 of 33 shots in Thursday's 3-2 double-overtime win over the Stars in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals.

    Skinner didn't face more than 24 shots in any of his five appearances in the second round versus the Canucks, but the Stars predictably were more active. The 25-year-old was up to the challenge, earning his third straight win. He's allowed just five goals in that span. Skinner's back in the No. 1 job for the Oilers, so he should be expected to start Game 2 on Saturday.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-4, 206 lbs
Birthplace: Edmonton, AB
Age: 25
Experience: 2
Shoots: Left