Wedgewood will start on Tuesday vs. Dallas.
On the back end of a back-to-back, the Stars will rely on Wedgewood between the pipes, his first start since February 7th. Wedgewood has been serviceable but unspectacular between the pipes this season, posting a 3.03 GAA and .897 SV% in 24 games (13-5-4). That said, he manned the crease against the New York Rangers earlier this season and saved 30 of 33 shots (.909 SV%) in a 6-3 victory. The Stars enter action as +116 road underdogs against the Rangers.
Wedgewood will start on Wednesday vs. Toronto.
Wedgewood takes the crease for the first time in five games as he will give Jake Oettinger a rest on the second half of a back-to-back Wednesday. The 31-year-old backup has won this season despite his mediocre counting stats with his 13-4-4 record, 2.98 GAA and .899 SV%. He heads back to his hometown to take on the Toronto Maple Leafs, who have lost six of their last ten games but are ninth in the NHL in goals per game (3.42).
Wedgewood will start Sunday vs. New York.
Wedgewood started Saturday and won after stopping 29 of 31 shots against (.935 SV%) and will surprisingly retake the Stars' crease Sunday for a second straight start. Tonight he will take on an Islanders team that has lost four in a row and eight of their last 10, but have a new head coach, after hiring Patrick Roy on Saturday.
Wedgewood will start Saturday in New Jersey.
Wedgewood (lower-body) is not expected to be available for Tuesday's game vs. the Kings.
Source: Brien Rea 01/16/24, 10:32 am EST
Wedgewood led the Stars onto the ice for warmups.
Wedgewood will start Wednesday vs. Minnesota.
Wedgewood received the night off on Monday after starting 11 consecutive games and watched Matt Murray record a shutout in a 4-0 victory over the Minnesota Wild in his fourth career NHL game. The Stars hope the rest helped Wedgewood reset as he was beginning to falter between the pipes, allowing four or more goals in four of his last five games (2-2-1), posting an abysmal .858 SV% after posting a more respectable .906 SV% in his previous six games (4-1-1). The Stars have a rematch against the Wild on Wednesday and are -186 home favourites.
Wedgewood will start Saturaday vs. Nashville.
Wedgewood will start against the Avalanche on Thursday.
Wedgewood will get the nod in goal for the Stars for the eighth consecutive game on Thursday. Wedgewood has started every game since Jake Oettinger went down with a lower-body injury on December 15th, and the Stars couldn't have asked for anything more from their backup netminder. Despite a a couple of rocky appearances, Wedgewood has been solid enough to deliver a 5-2-1 record in Oettinger's absence, and appears to have the full confidence of head coach Peter DeBoer as the interim starting goalie. He'll have his hands full on Thursday as the Stars welcome the Avalanche to town.
Source: Saad Yousuf 01/4/24, 7:32 pm EST
Scott Wedgewood will start Tuesday vs. Montreal.
Wedgewood will remain between the pipes for the ninth straight game for the Stars since Jake Oettinger suffered a lower-body injury on December 15th. Wedgewood has been unspectacular in the crease but has given his team a chance to win each night, allowing three goals or fewer in six of his last eight games (6-1-1), posting a serviceable .906 SV%. The Stars are significant -280 home favourites against the Montreal Canadiens, who have lost three straight games and four of their last five (1-3-1).
Scott Wedgewood will start Sunday vs. Chicago.
Scott Wedgewood will start Friday vs. Chicago.
Wedgewood will start for the sixth straight game on Wednesday as he continues to be a mainstay between the pipes for the Stars, with Jake Oettinger still week-to-week with a lower-body injury. Wedgewood was terrific in a losing effort on Wednesday, saving 28 of 30 shots (.933 SV%), but did not receive ample goal support as the Stars fell 2-1 to the St. Louis Blues. In their first matchup against the Chicago Blackhawks this season, the Stars are enormous -378 home favourites and will face off against them again on Sunday.
Wedgewood will start in St. Louis on Wednesday.
Wedgewood will start for the fifth straight game on Wednesday as he continues to be a mainstay between the pipes for the Stars with Jake Oettinger still week-to-week with a lower-body injury. Wedgewood has been unspectacular this season but reliable in nearly every appearance, posting a 9-1-2 record with a 3.08 GAA and .903 SV%. Specifically since taking over for Oettinger, Wedgewood has been solid, posting a .900 SV% in five appearances (4-0-1). The Stars are -170 road favourites against a St. Louis Blues team that defeated Wedgewood and the Stars 4-3 in overtime less than two weeks ago.
Source: Lou Korac 12/27/23, 7:30 pm EST
Scott Wedgewood was in the starter's crease at Wednesday's morning skate.
Wedgewood will likely start for the fifth straight game on Wednesday as he continues to be a mainstay between the pipes for the Stars with Jake Oettinger still week-to-week with a lower-body injury. Wedgewood has been unspectacular this season but reliable in nearly every appearance, posting a 9-1-2 record with a 3.08 GAA and .903 SV%. Specifically since taking over for Oettinger, Wedgewood has been solid, posting a .900 SV% in five appearances (4-0-1). The Stars are -170 road favourites against a St. Louis Blues team that defeated Wedgewood and the Stars 4-3 in overtime less than two weeks ago.
Source: Mike Heika 12/27/23, 3:22 pm EST
Wedgewood led the Stars onto the ice for warmups.
Scott Wedgewood will start Thursday vs. Vancouver.
With Jake Oettinger still out of the lineup on a week-to-week basis, as he tends to a lower-body injury, Wedgewood will start for the third consecutive game. Wedgewood has been extremely serviceable when called upon this season, albeit unspectacular, posting a 7-1-2 record along with a 3.21 GAA and .906 SV%. Wedgewood and the Stars have a tough task ahead on Thursday, but they are still -148 home favourites against a Vancouver Canucks team that defeated the Stars 2-0 in their only other matchup this season and has points in seven straight (6-0-1).
Scott Wedgewood will start Monday vs. Seattle.
Oettinger is week-to-week with a lower-body injury, paving the way for Wedgewood to serve as the Stars' starting goalie in the interim. Wedgewood entered Friday's game in the first period when Oettinger was injured and played on Saturday as well, saving 55 of 61 shots (.902 SV%) between the two appearances (1-0-1). The Stars have recalled Matt Murray from the Texas Stars (AHL), but Wedgewood will likely see the majority of action between the crease for the Stars while Oettinger is out of the lineup. The Stars are -176 home favourites on Monday against a Seattle Kraken team that has points in three straight (2-0-1), outscoring their opposition 13-3.
Scott Wedgewood will start Saturday in St. Louis.
Wedgewood will start in Washington on Thursday.
Wedgewood will get the nod on Thursday after Jake Oettinger started the front half of the Stars' back-to-back on Wednesday. It will be Wedgewood's first appearance since allowing four goals on 36 shots in a 4-3 overtime defeat at the hands of the Flames on November 30th. Dallas' backup owns a 4-1-1 record and a .911 SV% on the season. He draws a favourable matchup on Thursday with the Stars being -140 road favourites in Washington.
Source: Mike Heika 12/7/23, 6:53 pm EST
Scott Wedgewood will start Thursday at Calgary.
Wedgewood will return to the crease for the first time since November 20th, when he saved 30 of 33 shots (.909 SV%) in a 6-3 victory over the New York Rangers. Wedgewood has been excellent when called upon this season, posting a 3.02 GAA and .916 SV% in five games (4-1-0) and has excelled lately, posting a .930 SV% in his last three starts (3-0-0). The Stars lost at home against the Calgary Flames last week but have been exceptionally better on the road this season, posting an 8-1-1 record, and, as such, are -128 road favourites on Thursday.
Source: Mike Heika 11/30/23, 2:30 pm EST