News: The Canucks have reassigned Matt Climie to AHL Chicago, the Canucks' official Twitter feed reports.
Analysis:Matt Climie was recalled for backup duty and now that he's served, it's back to the Chicago Wolves of the AHL. Climie has a 5-2-0 record and a 2.16 GAA for the Wolves this season. It's not likely that he'll play much for the Canucks this year.
News:Matt Climie has been recalled by the Canucks, the team's official Twitter feed reports.
Analysis: He'll back up Cory Schneider on Sunday night as the Canucks continues to fly shorthanded in goal. Barring an injury or complete shelling of Schneider, Matt Climie isn't expected to see duty with Vancouver.
News:Matt Climie was assigned to Chicago of the AHL on Sunday, the Canucks' official site reports.
Analysis:Matt Climie gives the Canucks additional goaltending depth, but he would likely need multiple injuries before getting a look in Vancouver.
News: The Canucks have signed Climie, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Climie gives the Canucks additional goaltending depth behind Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider, but he's obviously a couple of injuries away from being on the fantasy radar.
News: The Coyotes reassigned Climie to AHL San Antonio on Friday, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Climie was needed for emergency backup duty Thursday, but with Ilya Bryzgalov back with the team, Climie was no longer needed.
News: The Coyotes recalled Climie from AHL San Antonio on Thursday, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Ilya Bryzgalov will be unavailable Thursday due to a family medical-related situation, so Climie will presumably back up likely starter Jason LaBarbera. Climie appeared in one game for Phoenix earlier this season, stopping 15 of 16 shots against Pittsburgh on Dec. 20.
News: Climie was needed in midway through the second in Monday's 6-1 loss in Pittsburgh.
Analysis: Climie came in on relief for beleaguered pseudo-starter Jason LaBarbera who broke down to Evgeni Malkin's five-point night. The next Coyotes' game is on Thursday, but maybe Climie has a shot at starting if Ilya Bryzgalov is not good to go.
News: The Coyotes recalled Climie from AHL San Antonio on Friday, according to the team's official website.
Analysis: Climie posted a 2.45 GAA and .924 save percentage with AHL San Antonio this season. He will serve as insurance in case starter Ilya Bryzgalov (illness) misses any game action.
News: Climie has been assigned to the San Antonio Rampage of the AHL, Jim Gintonio of the Arizona Republic reports.
Analysis: The Coyotes acquired Climie and inked him to a deal in the offseason, so you can be sure that he will remain on the minds of team brass. Last season he turned in great totals with the Texas Stars of the AHL: a 2.46 goals-against average, .919 save percentage and a healthy record of 21-17-3, to be exact.
News:Matt Climie stopped 33 shots for the Stars during a 5-2 loss to the Blackhawks on Tuesday. He never led in the game and trailed 3-0 before Dallas got on the board at 7:02 at the second period. Climie made his first appearance since April 9, 2009.
Analysis: Climie made his fourth career NHL appearance in what will be his only start this season. Coach Marc Crawford will use Marty Turco and Kari Lehtonen in the final two games. Climie is nothing more than organizational depth and can be ignored in Fantasy. The Stars TG is more of a No. 2 option.
News: The Chicago Tribune reports that Stars G Matt Climie will start in goal Tuesday against the Blackhawks.
Analysis: Climie played in three games for Dallas last season, but was only just called up last week from the AHL. Be sure to bench Marty Turco and Kari Lehtonen in all daily leagues for Tuesday.
News: The Stars have called up G Matt Climie from the AHL.
Analysis: Climie will just provide cover for Marty Turco and Kari Lehtonen in these last 10 days or so and might get a start or two. Continue to ignore him in all Fantasy formats.
News: Dallas Stars G Marty Turco has flulike symptoms and will not play against the Florida Panthers on Friday. Dallas recalled G Matt Climie from the AHL to help back up starter Alex Auld.
Analysis: Turco is off to a good start this season, and this issue shouldn't keep him out for much longer. Feel free to use him in Fantasy Week 5 (Nov. 2-8) as a low-end No. 1/high-end No. 2 Fantasy goalie. The Stars TG pretty much has the same Fantasy value. Climie has no Fantasy value.
News: The Stars signed goaltenders Brent Krahn and Matt Climie to one-year, two-way contracts Tuesday. Both players made their NHL debuts with the Stars last season, and each spent time in both the American Hockey League and the ECHL.
Analysis: Climie, 26, earned the win in his NHL debut on April 4 vs. St. Louis, becoming just the fifth goaltender in Dallas Stars history to win in his first NHL game. He went 2-1-0 in three games with Dallas, posting a 2.92 goals-against-average and an .894 save percentage. The 6-3, 205-pound goaltender spent the majority of the 2008-09 season with the Idaho Steelheads (ECHL), where he posted a 27-12-1 record with four shutouts, a 2.30 goals-against-average and .915 save percentage. Climie is nothing more than organizational depth and can be ignored in Fantasy.
News: Stars G Matt Climie made the only save during a shootout and it was good enough to lift him to a 3-2 win Thursday against the Avalanche. After the first two Avalanche and Stars skaters scored in the shootout, Climie stopped T.J. Hensick's try and Mike Ribeiro then glided toward Peter Budaj, suddenly turned backward, passed the puck to himself between his legs and shot it at Budaj, the puck bounding high into the air before trickling in. Climie held a 2-1 lead in the third before John-Michael Liles tied the game at 17:41. He had 25 saves in the win.
Analysis: Climie has started the last three games with Marty Turco on the mend with an injury. The Stars are getting a look to see if Climie deserves an invite to training camp next season, but the plan is still to have Turco in net. Climie has no long-term Fantasy potential at this time. The Stars TG is a No. 2 Fantasy option with Turco active.
News: Stars G Matt Climie, who won his NHL debut on Saturday despite giving up four goals to St. Louis, finished with 29 saves in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Wild.
Analysis: Climie is only up with the big club because Marty Turco is hurt. Ignore him the rest of this week. The Stars TG is only a No. 2 option.
News: Dallas' Matt Climie made 22 saves in his NHL debut on Saturday against the Blues, replacing top goalie Marty Turco, out with a lower-body injury. Climie, getting the call ahead of regular backup Tobias Stephan, was an emergency callup from Idaho of the ECHL, where he was 27-12-1 with a league-best 2.30 goals-against average. Turco had started 73 of 79 games and has played an NHL-high 4,263 minutes.
Analysis: Climie is only up with the big club because Turco is hurt. This could well be his only start of the season so he should not be owned. Turco's injury on the other hand is cause for concern and the Stars have little reason to play him because they are out of playoff contention. The Stars TG is only a No. 2 option at the moment but that may be in jeopardy.