Philipp Grubauer Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 188 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/25/1991 (32)
Philipp Grubauer Last 10 Games
Philipp Grubauer News
Seattle Kraken goaltender Philipp Grubauer (undisclosed) will be back between the pipes for Tuesday's contest versus the Chicago Blackhawks. The veteran netminder has missed the last week with an undisclosed ailment, last appearing in a Nov. 20 overtime loss to the Calgary Flames. "You saw that in the morning skate today, he's available and good to go," Kraken head coach David Hakstol said on Tuesday. Grubauer finished third in Vezina Trophy voting in his final season with the Colorado Avalanche in the 2021-22 campaign but is struggling in his third season in Seattle. The German owns a 3.36 goals-against average and an .885 save percentage in 12 starts this season, going 5-6-0 in that time. His minus-5.62 goals saved above average ranks 56th of 66 qualified netminders, per Hockey Reference.
Seattle Kraken goaltender Philipp Grubauer (undisclosed) is considered day-to-day by the team. He exited Monday's matchup against Calgary after the first period with an unspecified ailment and wasn't at Tuesday's practice. The team is planning to call up Chris Driedger from the minors ahead of Wednesday's battle with the Sharks in case Grubauer isn't ready to play. The German netminder has mostly struggled in 2023-24, posting a 5-6-0 record with a 3.36 goals-against average and a .885 save percentage. Joey Daccord, who stopped 22 of 24 shots as Grubauer's replacement in Monday's 4-3 overtime defeat, will likely get the start on Wednesday night.
Seattle Kraken goalie Philipp Grubauer was the first goaltender to leave the ice during the team's morning skate and will likely start versus Vegas on Tuesday. Grubauer had a 17-14-4 record with a 2.85 goals-against average and a .895 save percentage during 2022-23. He will have to face off against Vegas opening night, the reigning Stanley Cup Champions, who ranked 14th in the NHL last season in goals scored with 267. They also averaged 31.5 shots on goal per contest.
Seattle Kraken goaltender Philipp Grubauer stopped 26-of-28 shots on goal in Monday's 2-1 loss against the Stars in Game 7 of the Western Conference second-round series. Grubauer held the Stars scoreless in the first half of the contest, but forward Roope Hintz found the back of the net in the latter stages of the second period to give the home team a one-goal advantage. Stars rookie Wyatt Johnston added a goal in the third period as he went upstairs on Grubauer to make the difference in the contest. Grubauer's playoff save percentage of .903 improved from his disappointing regular season mark of .895, and he will look to bounce back in the upcoming season as he is under contract with the Kraken.