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2023 103.45.4 9 4 517 1 2.67
2022 59.94 5 7 417 3.53
2021 264.14.5 20 24 1618 4 3.31
3y Avg. 160.55 13 12 880 2 2.97
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Falls to Isles in OT

    Nedeljkovic turned aside 28 shots in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Islanders. The Isles seemed to have a book on Nedeljkovic, beating him consistently on longer-range shots to the blocker side, including on the OT winner by Adam Pelech for the defenseman's first goal of the season. Nedeljkovic has only one win in his last four starts, going 1-1-2 while stopping 11 of 122 shots (.910 save percentage), but with Tristan Jarry also scuffling a bit and having lost three straight, the duo may work in a timeshare in the short term.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Gets starting nod

    Nedeljkovic will defend the blue paint versus the Islanders at home Tuesday, Matt Vensel of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Nedeljkovic was excellent in his last appearance Thursday against the Blackhawks, turning aside 27 of 28 shots en route to a 4-1 victory. He'll try to earn his 10th win of the season in a home matchup with a slumping Isles squad that's lost three straight games.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Cruises to win

    Nedeljkovic stopped 28 of 29 shots in Thursday's 4-1 win over the Blackhawks. Nedeljkovic picked up his first win in four outings. The lone blemish on his stat line was a Philipp Kurashev tally in the second period. Nedeljkovic has allowed exactly one goal in five of his last 10 outings. He's now at 9-4-3 with a 2.54 GAA and a .919 save percentage over 18 appearances. Tristan Jarry will likely be back between the pipes for Sunday's game versus the Kings.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Starting in Chicago

    Nedeljkovic will guard the road goal versus the Blackhawks on Thursday. Nedeljkovic will handle the second half of a back-to-back after the Penguins lost 5-2 with Tristan Jarry in goal versus the Panthers on Wednesday. Since the start of January, Nedeljkovic has gone 2-2-1 with a 2.94 GAA and a .901 save percentage over six games. He'll get a very favorable matchup, though with Connor Bedard back from a jaw injury, Nedeljkovic could face a bit more of a challenge Thursday.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Downed by Minnesota

    Nedeljkovic made 27 saves in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Wild. The Penguins never led in the game, but Nedeljkovic kept things from getting out of hand and arguably should have been rewarded with a better result. Kirill Kaprizov's game-winner in the third period came right after the puck seemed to hit the netting above the glass in the corner, but play continued and replay was inconclusive. Nedeljkovic hasn't won a game in over a month, mostly due to a lack of work. In six outings since the beginning of January, he's 2-2-1 with a 2.94 GAA and a .901 save percentage.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Tending twine versus Wild

    Nedeljkovic will defend the cage on the road against Minnesota on Friday, Penguins play-by-play announcer Josh Getzoff reports. Nedeljkovic will take the first game of the Penguins' back-to-back, which means Tristan Jarry will likely start versus Winnipeg on Saturday. In his last five outings, the 28-year-old Nedeljkovic is 2-1-1 with a 2.90 GAA and .901 save percentage. After this back-to-back, Pittsburgh has another one Wednesday and Thursday against Florida and Chicago, respectively, so Nedeljkovic figures to play again relatively soon.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Falls to Florida in shootout

    Nedeljkovic stopped 29 of 31 shots in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Panthers. It was a tough loss for Nedeljkovic, as both goals he gave up in regulation came on Florida power plays, while the two pucks that beat him in the shootout were perfectly placed just inside a post by Aleksander Barkov and Sam Reinhart. Nedeljkovic has made five appearances in January, going 2-1-1 with a 2.90 GAA and .901 save percentage, which are identical ratios to Tristan Jarry (1-3-2) in seven outings this month. Should one of the two netminders heat up after the All-Star break, the Penguins' No. 1 job would seem to be there for the taking.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: First off ice Friday

    Nedeljkovic was the first goaltender off the ice at morning practice, indicating he will be between the home pipes versus Florida on Friday, according to Matt Vensel of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Nedeljkovic last played Jan. 11 when he gave up three goals on nine shots before he was pulled after the opening period in a 4-3 loss to Vancouver. He has sat on the bench the last four games and will now get a chance to redeem himself versus the Panthers. Nedeljkovic is having a strong year in the Pittsburgh cage, going 8-3-2 with a 2.66 GAA and a .916 save percentage. It will be a tough matchup as the Panthers lead the NHL in shots on goal, averaging 34.3 per contest.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Pulled after the first

    Nedeljkovic allowed three goals on nine shots in the first period before he was replaced by Tristan Jarry in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to Vancouver. Brock Boeser scored a pair of goals within a minute before Elias Pettersson added a third tally later in the opening frame, forcing Nedeljkovic to the bench to start the second period. While the Penguins would rally to force overtime, sparing Nedeljkovic the loss, it was a tough outing for the 28-year-old netminder -- he had won three of four outings coming into Thursday's contest, posting a .910 save percentage in that span. Overall, Nedeljkovic is 8-3-2 with a 2.66 GAA on the season.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Between pipes Thursday

    Nedeljkovic will defend the home net versus Vancouver on Thursday, according to Penguins play-by-play announcer Josh Getzoff. It will be Nedeljkovic's fifth start in the last six games -- he is challenging Tristan Jarry for the No. 1 job in Pittsburgh. Nedeljkovic has allowed only one goal in three of his last four starts. He is 8-3-2 with a 2.50 GAA and a sparkling .922 save percentage this year. It will be a tough matchup for Nedeljkovic, as the Canucks lead the NHL in scoring, averaging 3.90 goals per game.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Stellar in win

    Nedeljkovic stopped 36 of 37 shots in Monday's 4-1 victory over the Flyers. Nedeljkovic was nearly perfect Monday, allowing just an Owen Tippett power-play goal in the first period. The 28-year-old Nedeljkovic has played in four of Pittsburgh's last five games, going 3-1-0 with a .933 save percentage in that span. Overall, he's 8-3-2 with a .922 save percentage and 2.50 GAA on the campaign. Nedeljkovic has worked his way into a timeshare with Tristan Jarry, thanks to his play of late. The Penguins will host Vancouver in their next game Thursday.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Exits ice first Monday

    Nedeljkovic was the first goalie off the ice Monday, Penguins play-by-play announcer Josh Getzoff reports, indicating he'll be between the road pipes against the Flyers. Nedeljkovic seems to have played his way into an even split of playing time with Tristan Jarry, as they have each started five of the Penguins' last 10 games. For his part, the 28-year-old Nedeljkovic is 5-1-1 with a 2.92 GAA in his last eight appearances. The last time he faced the Flyers, the Ohio native stopped 31 of 33 shots in an overtime loss in Philadelphia.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Between pipes Thursday

    Nedeljkovic will tend the twine for Thursday's road clash with Boston, Josh Yohe of The Athletic reports. Nedeljkovic gets the nod after having come into Tuesday's game against Washington in relief of Tristan Jarry. Nedeljkovic could challenge for more opportunities down the stretch, especially if Jarry continues to struggle. On the year, Nedeljkovic has the better GAA (2.42 vs. 2.58) and save percentage (.924 vs .912) despite Jarry having put up four shutouts.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Takes tough loss in relief

    Nedeljkovic stopped 14 of 15 shots after replacing Tristan Jarry midway through the first period of Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Capitals. The only goal Nedeljkovic allowed came on an Alex Ovechkin shot through a screen on the power play, but as it proved to be the game-winner, the netminder was saddled with the loss despite outplaying Jarry on the night. Nedeljkovic didn't take a regulation loss in the entire month of December, going 4-0-2 in seven appearances with a 2.62 GAA and .915 save percentage, and Jarry's recent struggles could open the door for Ned to gain a bigger share of the workload in the Penguins' crease.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Facing Islanders

    Nedeljkovic will patrol the home crease Sunday against the Islanders. Nedeljkovic is coming off a 21-save effort in a 5-4 overtime loss to Ottawa on Dec. 23. He will get the second half of Pittsburgh's back-to-back after Tristan Jarry played in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Blues. Nedeljkovic has a 5-2-2 record this season with a 2.64 GAA and a .917 save percentage through 10 games played. In three career outings versus the Islanders, he has stopped 61 of 67 shots en route to a mark of 2-0-0.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Starting in Ottawa

    Nedeljkovic will patrol the visiting blue paint versus Ottawa on Saturday, per Penguins play-by-play announcer Josh Getzoff. It will be Nedeljkovic's third straight start as Tristan Jarry continues to sit on the bench. Nedeljkovic is 5-2-1 with a 2.38 GAA and .927 save percentage over nine games played. He has a favorable matchup against an Ottawa team that lost six straight games.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Near perfect in win

    Nedeljkovic made 23 saves in a 2-1 shootout win over the Hurricanes on Thursday. Nedeljkovic was near-perfect Thursday. The only goal that beat him came off a sharp angle shot by Teuvo Teravainen that deflected in off the skate of Pens defender Kris Letang in the second period. Nedeljkovic has won his last three starts, and his 5-2-1 record overall, 2.38 GAA and .927 save percentage make him a worthy play every time he's in the blue paint. And that's most of the time right now (or it will be) -- Tristan Jarry is 1-3-1 in his last five starts in December and was yanked Monday in his last start. The Pens need to get into the postseason and right now, Nedeljkovic could be the man to go on a much-needed run.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Tending twine Thursday

    Nedeljkovic will patrol the home crease versus Carolina on Thursday, according to Matt Vensel of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. It will be Nedeljkovic's second straight start. He is 4-2-1 with a 2.58 GAA and .925 save percentage this season, providing the Penguins with solid backup goaltending in limited action. The Hurricanes are second in the NHL in shots per game with an average of 34.1.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Helps Penguins narrowly best Wild

    Nedeljkovic kicked out 24 of 27 shots in a 4-3 win over Minnesota on Monday. Pittsburgh established a 3-0 lead early in the second period. Nedeljkovic allowed the Wild to claw back into the contest and eventually tie it on a Vinni Lettieri marker at 5:33 of the third period, but the 27-year-old goaltender was able to settle down, ultimately earning the victory despite the extra drama. He has a 4-2-1 record, 2.58 GAA and .925 save percentage in eight contests this year, giving the Penguins a solid alternative whenever Tristan Jarry needs a rest or is struggling.
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  • Penguins' Alex Nedeljkovic: Exits ice first

    Nedeljkovic was the first goalie off the ice Monday, Seth Rorabaugh of Tribune-Review Sports reports, indicating he'll be between the pipes at home versus Minnesota. Nedeljkovic was overwhelmed in a relief appearance versus Toronto on Saturday, conceding three goals on 21 shots (.857 save percentage) in an all-around disappointing outing for the team. Rather than returning to starter Tristan Jarry after he got the hook Saturday, head coach Mike Sullivan will turn to Nedeljkovic for Monday's matchup.
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