Craig Anderson G OTT 2 Days
Craig Anderson is expected to practice Saturday morning with his teammates in Montreal.
He is progressing well in his recovery from a shoulder injury and may in fact be ready to start in goal Sunday against his former club, the Avalanche. Robin Lehner will start Saturday night against the Canadiens.
Craig Anderson G OTT 5 Days
Craig Anderson may not be able to participate in Wednesday night's team skills competition after he suffered a "stinger" against Nashville on Monday night.
He didn't practice Tuesday after he left Monday's contest early. Anderson was struck in the shoulder by slapshot from Predators rearguard Shea Weber and he received an accidental bump from teammate Milan Michalek in the contest. Coach Paul MacLean expects his number one keeper to be ready for Saturday's game against the Montreal Canadiens.
Craig Anderson G OTT 7 Days
Ottawa goaltender Craig Anderson was forced to leave Monday's loss to the Predators with an undisclosed injury.
Anderson was inadvertently run into by a teammate early in the third period and was forced to leave the contest, but not before he allowed three goals on 29 shots. Robin Lehner entered the game for Ottawa and allowed one goal on 13 shots in just under 20 minutes of action.
Craig Anderson G OTT 9 Days
Craig Anderson set aside 46 shots in the Senators' 5-3 win over the Jets on Saturday evening.
Anderson was by far the busiest netminder in this one, but he was more than up to the task. The Senators could use more performances like this to keep their playoff hopes alive. Anderson has a 3.08 goals-against average and .907 save percentage this season.
Craig Anderson G OTT 11 Days
Craig Anderson allowed four goals on only 28 shots in Ottawa's 4-1 loss to Calgary Wednesday night.
Anderson started in back-to-back games, but he lost them both and he allowed seven goals in those games. He now has a 20-14-8 record with a 3.08 goals-against average and .907 save percentage. The Senators need more from him if they want to make it to the playoffs.
Craig Anderson G OTT 12 Days
Craig Anderson allowed three goals on 30 shots in Ottawa's 3-2 loss to Edmonton Tuesday night.
Anderson now has 20-13-8 record with a disappointing .908 save percentage and 3.06 goals-against average. Despite his disappointing stats, he is the number one goalie in Ottawa and Robin Lehner is the backup.