Stuart Skinner Stats
- Height / Weight
- 76 / 206 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/1/1998 (24)
Stuart Skinner Last 10 Games
Stuart Skinner News
Edmonton Oilers goaltender Stuart Skinner had an excellent performance in his last outing against Vancouver, stopping 27 of 29 shots and earning his first win in four starts. The 24-year-old has been a consistent presence in the net for the Oilers this season, boasting a 13-10-2 record, a .915 save percentage and a 2.92 goals-against-average. He will next face the Columbus Blue Jackets, a team that has struggled recently, losing four out of their last five games, including a 4-3 overtime loss to the Calgary Flames in their last outing.
Edmonton Oilers goaltender Stuart Skinner will be the man between the pipes for the team Wednesday against St. Louis. The 23-year-old is getting his second start of the campaign. These teams meet for the second time in just a few days. The Oilers suffered a 2-0 defeat in the matchup on Saturday with Jack Campbell in the net, and now it's Skinner's turn to face the in-form Blues, who have gone 3-1-0 at the start of the season. Skinner has saved 51 of 54 shots this season to register a nice .944 save percentage for the season. It's a difficult matchup for him, but certainly winnable for the Oilers netminder if he can maintain his early-season form.
Edmonton Oilers goaltender Stuart Skinner gets the start on Thursday night against Elvis Merzlikins and the Columbus Blue Jackets. This presents a good chance for Stuart to get a win and for Edmonton to snap out of its funk. Merzlikins has allowed four or more goals in four of his last five appearances. Meanwhile, Skinner's struggled himself while yielded ten goals in three starts (all losses). One constant for the goaltender is shots faced. Skinner keeps seeing 30+ shots a night which means he will get the work. It comes down to making the saves so Skinner can end that three-game losing streak.
Edmonton Oilers goaltender Stuart Skinner will be in goal against the Seattle Kraken on Friday night. Skinner will try and rebound from one of his worst appearances of the season. On November 23rd, he allowed four goals on 33 shots in a road loss to the Dallas Stars. Before that, Skinner had stopped 75 of 78 shots in two brilliant home wins versus Chicago and Winnipeg. The Edmonton goalie should see a decent volume of shots come his way as Seattle does average around 31 shots a game at home.