Pheonix Copley Stats
- Height / Weight
- 76 / 200 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/18/1992 (31)
Pheonix Copley Last 10 Games
Pheonix Copley News
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Pheonix Copley recorded his first shutout of the season as he made 18 saves in Saturday's 4-0 victory against the Canadiens. The 31-year-old goaltender recorded his third career shutout, while the win extended the Kings' winning streak to five consecutive games. Copley has posted a record of 3-0-2 to go along with a 3.04 goals against average and .868 save percentage in a limited sample size of six appearances, while serving as the backup goaltender to early-season Vezina candidate Cam Talbot.
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Pheonix Copley will guard the cage for the fifth time this season on Monday against Arizona. He will get a taste of action for only the second time this month following a 4-3 overtime loss to Pittsburgh on Nov. 10. Copley has posted a 1-0-2 record in 2023-24 with a 4.58 goals-against average and a .792 save percentage. It's been a struggle for the 31-year-old after he had a big season last term with a 24-6-3 record. This will be already the third time this season Copley faces the Coyotes. He has allowed six goals on 33 shots against them.
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Pheonix Copley is set to make his second consecutive start Friday versus Arizona. The 31-year-old beat the Coyotes 6-3 with 24 saves on Tuesday, and Arizona head coach Andre Tourigny will go back to him as the Coyotes kick off a back-to-back set. Copley has gone 1-0-1 early in the season in two starts, but he has struggled to keep pucks out of his net, registering a .826 save percentage with a 3.86 goals-against average. This has been a favorable matchup for the Kings in recent seasons, with the team winning five of the last six head-to-head meetings, so Copley finds himself in a good spot to collect a victory on Friday.
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Pheonix Copley will head out for his 23rd win of the campaign Sunday against the Blues. The Kings complete a back-to-back set and Copley will take the baton from Joonas Korpisalo, who beat Winnipeg 4-1 with 25 saves on Saturday. It will be the 11th straight game with a different starter for the Kings. Copley has done his job admirably all season, producing a 22-4-3 record, while giving up 2.61 goals per game with a .904 save percentage and one shutout. Copley and the Kings are heavy favorites for the contest, but St. Louis has gone 4-0-1 in its last five games, so things could get tricky for the hosts Sunday.