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Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Could be available during WCF
Thompson (lower body) may be available to return at some point during Vegas' playoff series against Dallas, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
It's unclear if Thompson, who hasn't played since March 23, has resumed skating yet. Vegas has utilized netminders Laurent Brossoit, who is out with a lower-body issue, and Adin Hill through the first two rounds of the postseason. Hill will probably continue to get starts for Vegas until Thompson or Brossoit is ready to play.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Yet to resume skating
Thompson (lower body) hasn't gotten back onto the ice yet, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports Tuesday, indicating he shouldn't be expected back any time soon.
Thompson has played in just one of the Knights' last 33 contests and appears to be no closer to getting back into action. Even once cleared to play, Thompson could struggle to steal back the crease considering Laurent Brossoit has won three straight postseason contests. At this point, Thompson should probably be considered out indefinitely, at least until he gets back on the ice.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Remains out Thursday
Thompson (lower body) isn't available for Game 2 against Winnipeg on Thursday, Steve Carp of The Sporting Tribune reports.
Thompson hasn't been in net since March 23 because of the injury. During the regular season, he posted a 21-13-3 record, 2.65 GAA and .915 save percentage in 37 outings. Laurent Brossoit is set to start Thursday, while Adin Hill will serve as the backup.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Hasn't resumed skating yet
Thompson (lower body) hasn't resumed skating yet, Ben Gotz of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Thompson was kept off the ice for a few days last week. He hasn't played since March 23 and is expected to begin the postseason on the shelf. Vegas is projected to dress Jonathan Quick and Laurent Brossoit, who will get the start, in Game 1 versus Winnipeg on Tuesday.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Won't skate for next few days
Thompson (lower body) will stay off the ice for the next few days, Golden Knights coach Bruce Cassidy told Ben Gotz of the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Wednesday.
Thompson will miss Vegas' regular-season finale against Seattle on Thursday, and his availability for the start of the playoffs is in doubt. He'll finish the 2022-23 campaign with a 21-13-3 record, 2.65 GAA and .915 save percentage in 37 outings. Laurent Brossoit will probably start Thursday, but that hasn't been confirmed.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Still no clear recovery timeline
Thompson (lower body) has begun on-ice work but remains without a specific timeline to return to action, Ben Gotz of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Thursday.
At this point, Thompson is likely running out of chances to play again this season as it seems unlikely he would be pressed into service in a playoff game, especially considering he has played just once since early February. Still, Thompson does have the most wins among the Knights' five starting goaltenders this season with 21 while fellow absentee Adin Hill (lower body) has 16.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Not expected back this week
Thompson (lower body) is not expected to return to the lineup this week, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Thompson is poised to miss at least three more games after leaving Thursday's 3-2 win over Calgary in the third period. He has a 21-13-3 record this season with a 2.65 GAA and a .915 save percentage in 37 appearances. Vegas currently has Jonathan Quick and Laurent Brossoit handling the goaltending duties.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Won't play Saturday
Thompson (undisclosed) has returned to Vegas and won't be available for Saturday's road matchup with Edmonton.
Thompson exited Thursday's 3-2 win over Calgary in the third period with an undisclosed injury and will miss at least one contest as a result. With Thompson on the shelf, Jonathan Quick should be considered likely to start versus the Oilers.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Exits game in third period
Thompson (undisclosed) went down the tunnel in the third period of Thursday's game versus the Flames, Ben Gotz of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Thompson stopped 37 of 39 shots but had to exit late in the third period, with Jonathan Quick stepping in to replace him. It's a bit concerning since Thompson was making his return from an injury he sustained Feb. 9. Per Gotz, it's unlikely Thompson will be available Saturday versus the Oilers.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Expected to face Flames
Thompson is slated to start on the road against Calgary on Thursday, according to Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan.
Thompson, who returned from a lower-body injury and served as the backup Tuesday, will be making his first start since Feb. 9. He's 20-13-3 with a 2.66 GAA and a .914 save percentage in 36 outings this season. The Flames have the 17th-ranked offense with 3.14 goals per game.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Set to back up Tuesday
Thompson (lower body) is expected to serve as the No. 2 option behind Jonathan Quick against the Canucks on Tuesday, per NHL.com.
Thompson has been out of action since Feb. 9 against the Wild due to his lower-body issue, a stretch of 17 games on the shelf. Prior to his absence, the netminder was struggling to rack up wins with just two victories in his previous eight outings. Still, Thompson should be in the mix for at least a share of the workload alongside Quick with his injury woes seemingly behind him.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Joining team on road
Thompson (lower body) will make the three-game road trip with his teammates, Ben Gotz of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Monday.
With both Thompson and Laurent Brossoit (lower body) on the trip, the Knights sent Jiri Patera back to the minors. It seems likely that Jonathan Quick will continue to carry the workload for the club but Thompson's return could open the door for him to make a few appearances in the crease before the end of the regular season.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Skating on his own Thursday
Thompson (lower body) skated on his own Thursday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Thompson was skating on a different rink as his teammates practiced. Thompson last played Feb. 9, and this was the first time he has been seen skating since the injury. Thompson is 20-13-3 with a 2.66 GAA and .914 save percentage this season. He was among the favorites for the Calder Trophy before the injury.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: On injured reserve list
Thompson was put on the injured reserve list Thursday, Danny Webster of the Las Vegas Sun reports.
Thompson last played Feb. 9, so he's eligible to be activated whenever he's healthy. In the meantime, this move will provide Vegas with an extra roster spot. The 25-year-old has a 20-13-3 record, 2.66 GAA and .914 save percentage in 36 games this season. Vegas was primarily leaning on Adin Hill in Thompson's absence, but Hill sustained an undisclosed injury and is consequently expected to miss his second consecutive game when the Golden Knights face the Flames on Thursday. Laurent Brossoit is slated to start instead while Michael Hutchinson is set to serve as the backup.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Deemed week-to-week
Thompson is considered week-to-week with a lower-body injury, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
This is a major loss for the Golden Knights and fantasy managers alike, as Thompson has been rock solid as Vegas' No. 1 netminder this season, going 20-13-3 while posting a respectable 2.66 GAA and .914 save percentage. With Thompson facing an extended absence, look for Adin Hill to take over as the Knights' preferred option in net for the foreseeable future.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Set for MRI on Friday
Thompson (leg) will undergo an MRI on Friday to determine the extent of his injury, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Head coach Bruce Cassidy also said Thompson was moving around in the locker room, which suggests he may have avoided a worst-case scenario. A clearer timeline for Thompson's return will have to wait until after the results of the MRI are available. The Golden Knights held on for a 5-1 win over the Wild on Thursday, with Thompson getting the win to improve to 20-13-3 with a 2.66 GAA and a .914 save percentage through 36 appearances.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Helped off ice Thursday
Thompson (leg) left Thursday's game versus the Wild in the third period, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Thompson needed help from teammates to get off the ice, and he couldn't put any weight on his left leg as he exited. Prior to the injury, he stopped 23 of 24 shots, and barring a meltdown from the Golden Knights, he'll still reach the 20-win mark for the season, but the concern is rightfully on the injury at this point. An update on Thompson's status should surface prior to Sunday's game versus the Ducks. Adin Hill will likely see most of the action if Thompson misses time, while Laurent Brossoit could be in line to be called up.... See More ... See Less
Golden Knights' Logan Thompson: Gets start Thursday
Thompson was the first goaltender off the ice at practice Thursday, indicating he will be in the visiting crease versus Minnesota, according to Jessi Pierce of NHL.com.
Thompson is 1-4-2 in his last seven starts, but his support has been lacking as the Golden Knights have found the back of the net only 14 times and that includes the six goals in their lone win over Washington. Overall, Thompson is 19-13-3 with a 2.69 GAA and .913 save percentage. He will face the Wild, who have averaged 3.00 goals per game, tied for 21st in the NHL.... See More ... See Less
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