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LaBarbera was reassigned to AHL Norfolk on Friday.

LaBarbera's stint with the Ducks only lasted three days, and he unsurprisingly did not make an appearance. The demotion means that Frederik Andersen (upper body) is healthy enough to at least serve as an emergency backup in Friday's game against the Kings.

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LaBarbera was recalled from AHL Norfolk on Monday.

LaBarbera will likely serve as the backup goaltender until Frederik Andersen returns from injured reserve. The Ducks place Ilya Bryzgalov on waivers Sunday, and with Andersen still unavailable, the Ducks will add the 35-year-old for depth. In five games with the Ducks earlier in the season, LaBarbera went 2-0-1 with a 2.61 GAA and .909 save percentage. His recall will likely be a short one, however, as Andersen is expected to return in the near future.

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LaBarbera was waived by the Ducks on Monday and later reassigned to AHL Norfolk, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.

Activated from injured reserve last Thursday, LaBarbera acted as the Ducks' backup for two games before he was given his walking papers. With Ilya Bryzgalov now ready to play after finishing his conditioning stint with Norfolk, LaBarbera looks like he'll remain with the organization as strictly a depth goalie.

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LaBarbera (hand) was activated from injured reserve Thursday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.

The Ducks indicated just eight days earlier that LaBarbera would miss two-to-three weeks with a broken bone in his hand, so his early activation could just be a paper move in anticipation of Ilya Bryzgalov's promotion to the Ducks. Even if LaBarbera is truly healthy, Bryzgalov's larger cap hit virtually guarantees that he'll be the team's top backup once he gets some conditioning under his belt, ensuring that LaBarbera's stay with the Ducks will be a short one. That being said, the Ducks will play back-to-back games over the weekend, meaning LaBarbera could get the start in one of the games before departing for the minors.

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LaBarbera is out two-to-three weeks with a broken bone in his hand, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.

In the wake of the injuries to LaBarbera and John Gibson (groin), the Ducks will audition veteran backstop Ilya Bryzgalov, who figures to sign with the team shortly. Even if Gibson doesn't beat LaBarbera back from IR, the Ducks could simply opt to keep rolling with Bryzgalov as their backup if he proves serviceable.

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LaBarbera is considered day-to-day with an upper-body injury, Eric Stephens of the Los Angeles Times reports.

When LaBarbera's injury occurred is unknown, but it could cause the Ducks to call up someone from AHL Norfolk. Rickard Rakell could draw into the lineup Monday if LaBarbera is unavailable.

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LaBarbera stopped all 15 shots he faced in relief of Frederik Andersen in Saturday's loss to San Jose.

While LaBarbera looked good Saturday, he won't see much action behind starter Frederik Andersen. While LaBarbera might get a rare start at some point, he will return to being the third-stringer once John Gibson (groin) returns form injury.

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LaBarbera stopped 12 of 14 shots in relief of Frederik Andersen in a 6-2 loss to the Panthers on Sunday.

LaBarbera had to come in for Andersen on Thursday as well. It's a bit alarming for Andersen owners that he's having a tough time, but he still has a solid record and is the go-to guy in net on a really good team.

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LaBarbera stopped 14 of 16 shots in relief Wednesday against the Kings, earning the victory in a shootout.

Thrust into the rivalry game midway through the second period after Frederik Andersen yielded three goals, LaBarbera didn't exactly shut down the Kings, but was able to pick up the win when two late Anaheim goals extended the game to overtime. LaBarbera would then deny Anze Kopitar in the shootout to lift the Ducks to a come-from-behind win. Despite the respectable performance Wednesday, LaBarbera's career track record wouldn't suggest he's deserving of extended playing time, so look for the Ducks to continue to start Andersen on a near-every game basis.

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LaBarbera stopped 33 of 36 shots in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Islanders.

LaBarbera was in tough from the get-go in this one, due to a last-minute starting nod coupled with the absence of stars Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf (both had the flu). The journeyman performed well and allowed the Ducks to grab a point, but his role going forward remains largely that of a third-stringer as the team is expected to make a move for another netminder with John Gibson (groin) recently being ruled out for six weeks.