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31 Karri Ramo G
Height/Weight: 6-2/201 | Birthdate: 7/1/1986 | Birthplace: Asikkala, Finland | Team: Calgary Flames | College: None | NHL Experience: 4 | Owned/Started%: 29/10 | Average Draft Position: 9999
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7/1/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames Re-Sign Ramo On One-Year Pact

News: Karri Ramo re-signed Wednesday with the Flames on a one-year, $3.8 million contract, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.
Analysis: With two promising goalie prospects in the pipeline in Joni Ortio and Jon Gillies (the former of whom is signed to a one-way deal), it seemed unlikely heading into the summer that the Flames would find room to bring back Karri Ramo. In addition to Ortio and Ramo, the Flames also have Jonas Hiller under contract for 2015-16, which may force the team to trade one of the three goalies. Assuming Ramo sticks around, he should have a fair chance to compete with both Hiller and Ortio for regular starting duties, though it seems doubtful that he'll capture an overwhelming portion of any timeshare. Ramo went 15-9-3 with a 2.60 GAA and .912 save percentage over 34 appearances last season.

5/12/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames Likely Won't Re-Sign Ramo

News: Flames GM Brad Treliving suggested Tuesday that the team is unlikely to retain Karri Ramo, who will become an unrestricted free agent this summer, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Analysis: With Jonas Hiller under contract for another year and Joni Ortio also on a one-way deal for 2015-16, the Flames don't seem to have much interest in carrying three goalies on their active roster. That leaves no room for Karri Ramo, despite the fact that he finished the playoffs as the team's top netminder after starting the remaining four games of their second-round series loss to the Ducks. While Ramo's 15-9-3 record, 2.60 GAA, and .912 save percentage over 34 regular-season contests won't make him an overly enticing option in free agency, the dearth of quality goaltending options available could lead another squad to sign him as their No. 1 option in the crease, though a backup gig is probably a more realistic scenario for the 28-year-old.

5/11/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Outstanding In Game 5 Loss

News: Karri Ramo stopped 44 of 47 shots in Sunday's series-ending Game 5 overtime loss to the Ducks.
Analysis: A heroic last-ditch effort from Karri Ramo, who put it all out there in what ended up being his final game of the season. While his .906 save percentage in the playoffs wasn't great, Ramo was spectacular at times and had the Flames just one goal away from forcing a Game 6 against Anaheim. Although nothing is set in stone, it appears Ramo is currently the Flames' starting goaltender heading into next season.

5/9/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo To Start Game 5

News: Karri Ramo will start in net Sunday against Anaheim, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 reports.
Analysis: Karri Ramo will remain in net for Game 5 after allowing three goals in each of his last two starts. The Flames trail the Ducks 3-1 in the series and will need a strong outing from Ramo to extend it to Game 6.

5/9/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Allows Three Goals In Game 4 Loss

News: Karri Ramo allowed three goals on 28 shots in Friday's Game 4 loss to the Ducks.
Analysis: While Karri Ramo was named second star of the game Friday, the 28-year-old has now allowed exactly three goals in three of his last four games. With the Flames now trailing the Ducks 3-1 in their best-of-seven series, it's hard to see Ramo, with his .895 save percentage, leading a Flames comeback. He's come up big at times this postseason, though, so expect Calgary to roll with him over Jonas Hiller for Game 5.

5/8/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames Stick With Ramo On Friday

News: Karri Ramo will be in the crease in Friday's Game 4 against the Ducks, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: It's a little surprising, as Karri Ramo has struggled against the Ducks thus far in the Flames' second round series. He'll look to bounce back from a poor performance in Game 3, in which he allowed three goals on just 18 shots.

5/6/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Offense Bails Out Ramo In Game 3

News: Karri Ramo gave up three goals on 21 shots, but came away with an overtime victory in Game 3 against Anaheim on Tuesday.
Analysis: He was headed for a loss before Johnny Gaudreau bailed him out with 20 seconds left in the third period, then was tasked with turning away only two shots in overtime -- one of them a very tough chance by Corey Perry -- before Mikael Backlund buried the game-winner. It's unclear at this time whether Karri Ramo or Jonas Hiller will be between the pipes for Friday's Game 4, so check back if you've got a fantasy stake in the Flames' goalie situation.

5/4/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo To Start Game 3

News: Karri Ramo will remain in goal for Tuesday's Game 3 against the Ducks, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Analysis: Karri Ramo replaced Jonas Hiller as the Flames' starter in Game 2, stopping 31 of 33 shots in the loss. Although the Flames find themselves down 2-0 in the series, Ramo's strong performance in defeat Sunday will allow him to pick up another turn in net. Coach Bob Hartley has shown an inclination to ride the hot goalie this season, and it doesn't look like he'll plan on changing those tendencies anytime soon.

5/3/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Outstanding In Game 2 Loss

News: Karri Ramo stopped 31 of 33 shots in Sunday's Game 2 loss to the Ducks.
Analysis: An outstanding performance from Karri Ramo, who kept the Flames in a game they had no business being in. Considering he had replaced Jonas Hiller in the previous two games and looked fantastic Sunday, it's fair to assume Ramo will get the call again for Game 3. The 28-year-old only has four NHL playoff games under his belt, but he's been steady in two straight regular seasons and should give the Flames a fighting chance against the Ducks as the series shifts to Calgary.

5/1/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames Give Ramo Tap On Pads

News: Karri Ramo will start Game 2 against the Ducks on Sunday, theScore reports.
Analysis: Jonas Hiller couldn't keep the Flames in the game for Thursday's ugly Game 1 opener, so the Flames will turn to Karri Ramo for a spark. Rao actually replaced Hiller in the last two games, but this time he'll get the chance to make it his own game from the get-go, a task that won't be easy given how strong the Ducks have looked this postseason.

5/1/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Struggles In Relief

News: Karri Ramo denied 18 of 21 shots in relief of Jonas Hiller in Thursday's Game 1 loss to the Ducks.
Analysis: Karri Ramo has now replaced Hiller in two straight games, though the Flames were able to secure the victory on the previous occasion in a 7-4 triumph over the Canucks in Round 1. While such a development might make coach Bob Hartley reluctant to turn the net back over to Hiller in Game 2, Ramo has hardly inspired confidence during his two appearances in relief, stopping just 35 of 40 shots (.875 save percentage).

4/26/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Sees Relief Duty In Game 6 Win

News: Karri Ramo made 17 saves on 19 shots in relief of Jonas Hiller in Saturday's series-clinching Game 6 win over the Canucks.
Analysis: While Karri Ramo saw relief action twice in the first round, Jonas Hiller has otherwise looked phenomenal in these playoffs, recording a .931 save percentage. Even though Ramo got the Flames the Game 6 win, expect Hiller to get the call for Game 1 against the Ducks in the second round. If Hiller struggles out of the gate, Ramo is a safe and viable backup option who coach Bob Hartley won't hesitate to use.

4/18/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames Call On Ramo In Relief

News: Karri Ramo made two saves in the last six minutes of Game 2 on Friday after relieving Jonas Hiller in a 4-1 loss to the Canucks.
Analysis: The Flames went by committee for much of the season, so it's difficult to tell if that's a sign Karri Ramo may get a shot in Game 3. Hiller did allow only four goals in the first two games, so odds are high that Hiller will get at least one more start, but he's going to be on a tight leash.

4/16/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Set To Back Up Hiller

News: Karri Ramo (lower body) will be available to back up Jonas Hiller for Wednesday's Game 1 against the Canucks, Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun reports.
Analysis: Karri Ramo was sidelined for the remainder of the regular season after suffering an injury in an April 4 outing, but after a week and a half off, he appears to have sufficiently recovered. Prior to missing time, Ramo had been displaced by Hiller as coach Bob Hartley's go-to option in the net, a trend that figures to continue in the first round of the playoffs. Ramo will likely need Hiller to have a poor outing or two before receiving a chance to start.

4/14/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Practices Fully

News: Karri Ramo (lower body) practiced fully Tuesday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Analysis: While Karri Ramo's status for Wednesday's Game 1 against the Canucks has yet to be cemented, Joni Ortio didn't practice with the team on Tuesday, which hints that Ramo has a solid chance to suit up for the Flames' playoff opener.

4/13/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Listed As Day-To-Day

News: Karri Ramo (lower body) is officially listed as day-to-day.
Analysis: Karri Ramo has missed the last three games while battling a nagging lower body injury. His status for Wednesday's Game 1 against the Canucks is unknown at this time, but a further update should be available following Tuesday's session.

4/7/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Doesn't Practice Monday

News: Karri Ramo (lower body) didn't practice Monday and will not suit up for Tuesday's game, the Calgary Herald reports.
Analysis: It appears Karri Ramo is done for the rest of the regular season, or at least won't be healthy enough to unseat Jonas Hiller for the team's remaining three games down the stretch. It would be nice, however, to have a backup plan for the playoffs should Calgary make it, so the Flames are hoping to get Ramo back during that time.

4/5/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Day-To-Day

News: Karri Ramo (lower body) is considered day-to-day, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Analysis: With Karri Ramo banged up and Joni Ortio still unavailable, the Flames have recalled Brad Thiessen to back up Jonas Hiller.

4/4/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames Ramo Leaves With Injury

News: Karri Ramo was helped off the ice less than a minute into Saturday's game after injuring his leg/groin making a save, according to CBC's Hockey Night in Canada.
Analysis: We made the save, but struggled getting up. He was flexing his left leg and may have injured his groin or hamstring. He required the help of two trainers to leave the ice and couldn't put any weight on the leg. Jonas Hiller took his spot.

4/4/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Back In The Crease Saturday

News: Karri Ramo will be in the net for Saturday's game against the Oilers, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Analysis: Karri Ramo appears to have yielded the last three starts in goal to Jonas Hiller, who appears to have reestablished himself as the Flames' No. 1 netminder. While Ramo's stock seems to be on the decline, he'll at least represent a serviceable streaming option against an Oilers squad that ranks among the worst in the league. Ramo won his only previous start this season versus Edmonton back on Oct. 9, stopping 38 of 40 shots in the 5-2 victory.

3/27/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Pulled In Loss

News: Karri Ramo was pulled from Friday's game against the Wild after giving up four goals on 35 shots.
Analysis: It was the second straight loss for Karri Ramo, who has given up at least three goals in three of his last four outings. The 28-year-old falls to 15-9-3 on the season with a .912 save percentage and 2.60 GAA. He continues to hold the starting gig over Jonas Hiller, but his performance has been dropping off, so if he continues to struggle, Hiller could see some more crease time.

3/26/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames Ride Ramo Again Friday

News: Karri Ramo will be between the pipes for Friday's game against the Flames, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Analysis: It's the fifth straight start for Karri Ramo, who continues to get the call in net despite his rather pedestrian production of late. Though he's been able to unseat Jonas Hiller as the Flames' No. 1 goalie, Ramo has produced only so-so ratios (2.77 GAA, .909 save percentage) over his nine March starts. However, he's still managed to come away with a 5-1-2 record during that time, so fantasy owners who are chasing wins could do worse than keeping Ramo active.

3/26/2015

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Karri Ramo

Shootout Loss For Flames' Ramo

News: Karri Ramo gave up three goals on 30 shots in Wednesday's 4-3 shootout loss to the visiting Stars.
Analysis: Karri Ramo held the Stars scoreless in the third period and overtime before Tyler Seguin scored the only goal of the shootout to hand Ramo and the Flames the loss. He's now 15-8-3 with a 2.54 GAA and .913 save percentage on the year and is tough to lean heavily on for fantasy purposes given coach Bob Hartley's tendency to split time between he and Jonas Hiller.

3/25/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Garners Fourth Straight Start

News: Karri Ramo will make his fourth straight start in net Thursday against the Stars, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Analysis: Karri Ramo has yielded three or more goals in five of his last seven starts, but with a respectable 4-1-1 record during that span, coach Bob Hartley will stick with what's working for the team. Fortunately for Ramo, fellow goaltender Jonas Hiller has been equally unimpressive in his last two performances, enabling Ramo to maintain some security in the No. 1 role. While he shouldn't be counted on to deliver impressive ratios, the Flames' winning ways should continue to give Ramo some fantasy utility.

3/24/2015

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Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo Picks Up Win Monday

News: Karri Ramo turned aside 25 of 27 shots in a 3-2 win over the Avalanche on Monday.
Analysis: Making his third consecutive start, Karri Ramo was solid when he needed to be in taking care of the Avalanche on home ice. He's grabbed two wins and allowed six goals total during that span, so it looks like he might be coach Bob Hartley's preferred option between the pipes at the moment over Jonas Hiller.