Joey Daccord Stats
- Height / Weight
- 74 / 197 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 8/19/1996 (27)
Joey Daccord Last 10 Games
Joey Daccord News
Seattle Kraken goalie Joey Daccord is set to guard the net against Dallas on Tuesday. Daccord has only played in one NHL game this season, which dates back to November 1st. In that game, he faced 40 shots and conceded four goals but managed to secure a victory. Before his call-up, the 26-year-old posted an impressive record of 24-6-3, a 2.43 goals-against-average, and a .915 save percentage while playing for Coachella Valley in the AHL this season. Dallas, his opponent, has won four out of their last six games.
Seattle Kraken goaltender Joey Daccord did not expect to be starting on Tuesday night, but there he was stopping 29 shots in a 4-2 loss against the New Jersey Devils. The Kraken goalie made some nice stops along the way as well. Daccord had won a game for the Charlotte Checkers (AHL affiliate) just two days ago and never expected to start. Daccord stopped several quality chances by Jack Hughes, Tomas Tatar and others to keep Seattle in the game most of Tuesday night.
Seattle Kraken goaltender Joey Daccord will get his first taste of action this season in Tuesday's meeting with New Jersey. Philipp Grubauer started Monday's heavy 6-1 loss to the Flyers and Chris Driedger (undisclosed) was added to Injured Reserve on Tuesday, paving the way for Daccord to make his team debut. The former Senator carries a 1-4-1 career record with a 3.50 goals-against average and a .894 save percentage. The Devils looked in a great goal-scoring form in their season opener against Chicago, winning 4-3 in overtime, so it's a difficult spot for Daccord.
Ottawa Senators goaltender Joey Daccord will make his second start of the year in Monday's matchup against the Oilers. The 24-year-old produced a 3-1 loss to Montreal in his first start. He has also registered a couple of relief appearances to post a 2.51 goals-against average and a .909 save percentage. It would be a great story if he came in and stopped Connor McDavid's crew, but it's highly unlikely to happen. Daccord will play behind a team that's allowing a league-high 3.89 goals per game and 31.5 shots a night, which is tied for Winnipeg for the fifth-most in the league.