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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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Regular Season 36 16 5 2.62 .905 2
Post Season 9 5 0 2.71 .887 1

Top Stuart Skinner News

  • 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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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Between pipes for Game 1

    Skinner will tend the twine on the road in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals against the Stars on Thursday, Jason Gregor of Sports 1440 Edmonton reports.

    Skinner has faced less than 20 shots in each of his last four appearances, posting a 3-1 record to go with a 2.66 GAA and .848 save percentage over that stretch. Despite being benched for Games 4 and 5 of the Oilers' second-round series versus Vancouver, the 25-year-old backstop was able to reclaim the starting role from Calvin Pickard for the final two games of the best-of-seven series. Skinner will likely remain the preferred choice in net for Edmonton during the Western Conference Finals.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Nabs Game 7 win

    Skinner stopped 15 of 17 shots in Monday's 3-2 win over the Canucks in Game 7.

    Skinner earned back-to-back wins after a two-game benching, but he's still not showing that much to inspire confidence. In those wins, he stopped 29 of 32 shots, a product of the Canucks' lackluster offense more than Skinner's own quality of play. Nonetheless, he's likely done enough to regain the starting job heading into the Western Conference Finals, which begin in Dallas on Thursday.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Gets starting nod for Game 7

    Skinner will be between the road pipes for Monday's Game 7 clash with the Canucks, Daniel Nugent-Bowman of The Athletic reports.

    Skinner returned from a two-game benching to stop 14 of 15 shots in a Game 6 win. In each of his last three appearances, the netminder has faced less than 20 shots, though that's not surprising since the Canucks have averaged a league-worst 21.1 shots per game in the postseason. If he can secure the win Monday, Skinner should be the presumptive starter moving forward.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Lightly tested in win

    Skinner stopped 14 of 15 shots in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Canucks in Game 6.

    Skinner was benched for the previous two games, but he was back between the pipes with the Oilers' season on the line. The Canucks came out flat, leaving Skinner with little work to do as he snagged the win and forced Game 7. The 25-year-old is 6-3 in the playoffs, but he's given up three or more goals in six of his appearances. Securing the win Saturday makes it likely he'll start in the win-or-go-home contest Monday in Vancouver.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Back in net

    Skinner will guard the home crease in Game 6 against Vancouver on Saturday, Gene Principe of Sportsnet reports.

    Skinner ceded the crease to Calvin Pickard in Edmonton's last two contests after struggling to a .793 save percentage in the first three games of the series. With the Oilers now down 3-2, they'll turn back to Skinner as they look to force a Game 7. The 25-year-old netminder is 5-3-0 overall in the postseason with an .877 save percentage and 3.22 GAA.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Pulled from Sunday's loss

    Skinner allowed four goals on 15 shots in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Canucks in Game 3.

    Skinner played the first two periods and saw a little more ice time late in the third after some gamesmanship from head coach Kris Knoblauch. Skinner's play remains a serious concern -- the Canucks have fired 58 shots at him over three contests, but he's let in 12 goals while losing two of those games. The Oilers were able to cover the 25-year-old in the first round, but they've had less success in that regard against the Canucks. Per Daniel Nugent-Bowman of The Athletic, Knoblauch wouldn't commit to sticking with Skinner for Game 4 on Tuesday. Calvin Pickard made three saves in Sunday's contest, but veteran Jack Campbell could also be an option should the Oilers get desperate in the next week.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Guarding cage Sunday

    Skinner will get the starting nod at home against Vancouver on Sunday, Thomas Drance of The Athletic reports.

    Skinner helped tie the series at 1-1 by stopping 16 shots in Friday's Game 2 victory. He's struggled so far against the Canucks, yielding eight goals on 43 shots in two contests. Skinner has won five of his seven postseason starts despite registering a lackluster .888 save percentage in the process.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Wins Game 2 in overtime

    Skinner stopped 16 of 19 shots in Friday's 4-3 overtime win over the Canucks in Game 2.

    Skinner had another poor outing, but the Oilers' dynamic duo of Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl made up for it with four points each. Over the last three games, Skinner has allowed 11 goals on 64 shots, but he's managed to win two of those contests. The Oilers managed to break the Canucks' home-ice advantage -- the series is tied at 1-1 heading back to Edmonton for Game 3 on Sunday and Game 4 on Tuesday.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Tending twine Friday

    Skinner will get the starting nod for Game 2 in Vancouver on Friday, Oilers play-by-by announcer Jack Michaels reports.

    Skinner has been shaky this postseason and was rocked for five goals on just 24 shots in a loss to the Canucks in Game 1 on Wednesday. Through six playoff games, he's registered an .893 save percentage and a 3.01 GAA. On the bright side, Skinner hasn't taken consecutive losses since Feb. 21 and 24.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Stumbles late in Game 1

    Skinner allowed five goals on 24 shots in Wednesday's 5-4 loss to the Canucks in Game 1.

    Skinner held Vancouver to one goal through most of the first two periods before Elias Lindholm cut the lead to 4-2 late in the second. Skinner then allowed three more tallies in the third in the eventual one-goal defeat. The 25-year-old Skinner has been shaky at times this postseason -- he's posted an .893 save percentage through his first six playoff games. Nonetheless, Skinner will likely remain between the pipes for the Oilers in Game 2 on Friday.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Set to start Wednesday

    Skinner is expected to guard the road goal in Game 1 against Vancouver on Wednesday, per Thomas Drance of The Athletic.

    Skinner earned a respectable 2.59 GAA and .910 save percentage in five first-round contests versus LA. However, he might have a difficult time against the Canucks after posting a record of 0-3-0 with a 4.60 GAA and an .830 save percentage across four regular-season appearances versus Vancouver. It wouldn't be surprising to see Skinner challenged regularly by the Canucks, but the Oilers have averaged 4.40 goals per game in the postseason, so they're capable of putting themselves in a position to win even when their goaltending isn't the best.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Earns series-clinching win

    Skinner stopped 18 of 21 shots in Wednesday's 4-3 Game 4 victory over Los Angeles.

    It wasn't the busiest game for Skinner, but the 25-year-old netminder did just enough for the one-goal win as the Oilers took the series 4-1. After allowing nine goals on 63 shots in his first two games of the series, Skinner looked better in his last three contests, posting a .951 save percentage. Edmonton will now get a few days off before they face the winner of the Vancouver-Nashville series in the second round.

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  • Oilers' Stuart Skinner: Set to face Kings

    Skinner is expected to start at home against LA in Game 5 on Wednesday, per Jason Gregor of Sports 1440 Edmonton.

    Skinner earned a 33-save shutout over the Kings in Game 4 on Sunday, and he's stopped 60 of 61 shots (.984 save percentage) over his last two starts. That gives him a 3-1 record, 2.48 GAA and .919 save percentage in four playoff contests this year. The 25-year-old was streaky in the regular season, finishing with a 36-16-5 record, 2.62 GAA and .905 save percentage in 59 appearances, but Skinner seems to be on a roll with a chance to eliminate the Kings up for grabs.

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Player Bio

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