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31 Frederik Andersen G
Height/Weight: 6-4/220 | Birthdate: 10/2/1989 | Birthplace: Herning, Denmark | Team: Anaheim Ducks | College: None | NHL Experience: 1 | Salary: $925,000 | Owned/Started%: 83/70 | Average Draft Position: 126.43
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10/23/2014

Frederik Andersen, G, ANA Ducks' Andersen Wins Again

Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Wins Again

News: Frederik Andersen won again Wednesday, stopping 22 of 23 shots in a win over the visiting Sabres.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen has been marvelous this season, posting an impeccable 6-0 record while recording a GAA of 1.32 to go with an equally impressive .951 save percentage. He's been the most valuable fantasy goaltender thus far in the young season, making discussions of a battle between him and John Gibson for the Ducks' starting gig a thing of the past. Roll him until he falters.

10/22/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Expected To Start Wednesday

News: Frederik Andersen was first off the ice in morning skate and is expected to start for the Ducks Wednesday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen is coming off a 28-save shutout against the Blues on Monday, and hasn't lost a game yet this season (5-0-0) while posting a .950 save percentage and a 1.31 GAA. He should take the ice against the Sabres tonight in pursuit of his sixth win in a row.

10/20/2014

Frederik Andersen, G, ANA Ducks' Andersen Makes 28 Saves In Shutout Win

Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Makes 28 Saves In Shutout Win

News: Anderson made 28 saves for his first career shutout in Sunday's win over St.Louis.
Analysis: With the victory, Frederik Andersen joins Ross Brooks as the only goalies in NHL history to win 25 (or more) of their first 30 NHL decisions. Andersen is now 5-0-0 to start the season with a .950 save percentage and 1.31 GAA. You can't do much better right now, as Andersen is playing lights out behind a red-hot Anaheim team.

10/19/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Gets The Nod Sunday Night

News: Frederik Andersen will be the starting goaltender in Sunday's game against the Blues, according to Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen, who owns a nifty 1.72 GAA, will be looking for his fifth consecutive victory to start the season. He will take on an inconsistent Blues squad that has scored 10 goals in its two victories this season, but just two goals in its two defeats.

10/18/2014

Frederik Andersen, G, ANA Ducks' Andersen Moves To 4-0

Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Moves To 4-0

News: Frederik Andersen stopped 27 of 28 shots in Friday's 2-1 victory over the Wild.
Analysis: The stellar performance and a late rally by his offense allowed Frederik Andersen to improve his record to 4-0 on the campaign and an incredible 24-5-0 during his brief career. The young goalie has allowed no more than three goals in any of his four starts this season, solidifying his stranglehold on the No. 1 job.

10/17/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks To Go With Andersen On Friday

News: Frederik Andersen will get the start for Friday's home opener against the Wild, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: The banishment of John Gibson to AHL Norfolk for the weekend signals that Frederik Andersen is the clear No. 1 goalie in Anaheim, at least for now. He's certainly earned that distinction with the numbers he's put up in his three starts, during which he's gone 3-0-0 with a 1.95 GAA and .928 save percentage. So long as he can play well enough to hold off Gibson for regular duty, Andersen should at least be an average to above-average fantasy option in goal, with a strong Ducks team likely guiding him to wins in the majority of the games he starts.

10/15/2014

Frederik Andersen, G, ANA Ducks Likely To Stick With Andersen On Tuesday

Frederik Andersen

Ducks Likely To Stick With Andersen On Tuesday

News: Frederik Andersen was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate and is expected to make the start Tuesday versus the Flyers, NHL.com's Adam Kimelman reports.
Analysis: Coach Bruce Boudreau was generally expected to alternate the starts between Frederik Andersen and John Gibson to open the season, but this would mark three straight outings for Andersen if he is in fact given the nod. Though he was in goal for three periods Monday against Buffalo, Andersen didn't exactly have to exert himself, with the Sabres only mustering 12 shot attempts on the afternoon. After Gibson was bombed for six goals in the opener, Andersen has been steady in two turns (2-0-0, 1.50 GAA, .927), giving him the inside track on settling in as the Ducks' No. 1 goalie.

10/14/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Andersen's 39 Stops Help Ducks To Shootout Win

News: Frederik Andersen saved 39 of 42 shots through 65 minutes, then stopped three of four shootout attempts to come away with a 4-3 victory Tuesday against the Flyers.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen has been absolute money in the bank early on for the Ducks, delivering terrific ratios in all three of his starts, which have all come on the road. Not only is he better than John Gibson, he's actually got a chance to be one of the better netminders in the league this year, and behind a Ducks offense that's going to give him plenty of support.

10/14/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Confirmed As Tuesday Starter

News: As expected, Frederik Andersen led the Ducks onto the ice Tuesday and will be the starter in goal against the Flyers, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: After John Gibson surrendered six goals in the Ducks' season-opening loss, Frederik Andersen has guided the team to victories in their last two games. He's saved 35 of 38 shots (.927 save percentage) over the two outings and should make for a respectable option against the winless Flyers.

10/13/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Anaheim's Andersen Gets Win At Buffalo

News: Frederik Andersen was little tested Monday against Buffalo, earning the win by stopping 11 of 12 shots.
Analysis: It was an easy night for Frederik Andersen, who watched his teammates put up 44 shots and five goals on opposing minder Michal Neuvirth. He's now 2-0 in the early going, and with John Gibson having given up six goals in his first game of the year, Andersen seems to have a little breathing room as the No. 1 minder here. Nonetheless, Gibson will likely start Tuesday in Philadelphia in the second of a back-to-back set.

10/13/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Starting Monday

News: Frederik Andersen will start Monday's game against the Sabres, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen will get the nod Monday after allowing two goals in a win over the Red Wings on Saturday. John Gibson is expected to start between the pipes Tuesday against the Flyers in the second game of the back-to-back.

10/11/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks Andersen Wins In Season Debut

News: Frederik Andersen made 27 saves and looked strong in Saturday's 3-2 win over Detroit.
Analysis: It was his first start of the season and stated a strong case for more of them, especially after the season opener was handed to John Gibson. The starter's job is still up for grabs, but it might not be for long if Frederik Andersen keeps this kind of effort up.

10/10/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen In The Net Saturday

News: Frederik Andersen will be in goal Saturday against the Red Wings, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Despite outplaying John Gibson in the preseason, Frederik Andersen was bypassed for the opening night nod, but the No. 1 goalie job still looks like it's up for grabs. Gibson was extremely flat Thursday against the Penguins, surrendering six goals on 39 shots in the loss. With a steady outing Saturday, it's possible Andersen could leap Gibson on the Ducks' depth chart.

9/24/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Blanks Avs In Preseason Opener

News: Frederik Andersen was stellar, making 27 saves to shutout the Avalanche in the Ducks first game of the preseason.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen helped his case for opening the season as the No. 1 netminder, although this is one goaltending battle we will be monitoring closely. John Gibson will get his shot to impress the coaching staff as well, after posting incredible numbers in last season's postseason.

9/1/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen (Knee) Likely No. 1 to Open Camp

News: Frederik Andersen (knee) will likely be the Ducks' No. 1 goalie when training camp opens, NHL.com's Curtis Zupke reports.
Analysis: Both Frederik Andersen and fellow competitor for No. 1 duties John Gibson ended up surpassing incumbent Jonas Hiller on the depth chart for the Ducks during the postseason, but it was Andersen's MCL sprain in Round 2 against the Kings that allowed Gibson to leave the last impression. However, Andersen was nearly as good as Gibson over a much larger sample of starts last season, going 20-5-0 with a 2.29 GAA and .923 save percentage. The greater amount of experience confers an early advantage to Andersen in the job battle, but whomever opens the season as the No. 1 goalie will largely earn the gig based on training camp performance.

5/19/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Dealt With Knee Injury

News: Frederik Andersen's undisclosed lower-body injury was revealed to be an MCL sprain.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen missed the final four games of the Ducks' second-round series loss to the Kings as a result of the injury, but was apparently close to returning before the team was eliminated. With the whole offseason to rest up from the injury, Andersen should be able to work out throughout the summer without limitations, perhaps in preparation for a full-time role with the Ducks during the 2014-15 campaign.

5/15/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen: Out For Rest Of Second Round

News: Frederik Andersen will not be available for the remainder of the Ducks' second-round series with the Kings, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen hasn't been making enough progress in his recovery over the next couple of days for coach Bruce Boudreau to seriously consider using him in Game 6 or a potential Game 7. The decision to rest him is probably made easier with how well rookie John Gibson has played in his absence. If Andersen is able to shake off the injury and return for the Western Conference Finals should the Ducks qualify, he may have to settle for backup duties.

5/14/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Likely Out Again For Game 6

News: Frederik Andersen (lower body) isn't expected to be available for Wednesday's Game 6 against the Kings, Mark Masters of TSN reports.
Analysis: With Frederik Andersen still unable to practice Tuesday, expect coach Bruce Boudreau to roll with rookie John Gibson for the third straight outing.

5/11/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks Rule Andersen Out For Game 5

News: Frederik Andersen (lower body) will not be available for Monday's Game 5 against the Kings.
Analysis: Even if Frederik Andersen had been deemed healthy for Monday, he might not have been chosen to receive the starting nod for Game 5, after call-up John Gibson turned in a 28-save shutout Saturday night. The Ducks could just elect to use Gibson and Jonas Hiller for the rest of the series.

5/10/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen (Lower Body) Ruled Out For Game 4

News: Frederik Andersen (lower body) did not take part in morning skate and won't play Saturday against the Kings, the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen was listed as day-to-day entering the weekend after suffering what's believed to be a knee injury during Thursday's Game 3. Expect Jonas Hiller or John Gibson to draw into the lineup in Andersen's place.

5/8/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Anderson Considered Day-To-Day

News: Anderson is day-to-day after exiting Thursday's Game 3 in the third period due to a lower-body injury.
Analysis: The Ducks didn't provide any other information, but Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports that Frederik Andersen was walking without a noticeable limp. The Danish netminder stopped 22-of-23 shots Thursday night, so he'll likely hold the starting job for Game 4, if he's able to play. If not, Jonas Hiller would be in line for the start, after stopping 7-of-8 shots in relief of Andersen.

5/8/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Leaves Thursday's Game 3

News: Frederik Andersen left Thursday's Game 3 win over the Kings due to a lower-body injury and did not return. He was replaced by Jonas Hiller.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen was fantastic, making 22 of 23 saves, but it was the last one that cost him as he messed something up on the play and was unable to return. We'll likely know more about his status for Saturday's pivotal Game 4 come Friday.

5/8/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks To Start Andersen Game 3

News: Frederik Andersen will start in goal for Thursday's Game 3 against the Kings, ESPN reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen went 3-0 against the Kings during the regular season, while posting a 1.62 goals against average. With the Ducks facing a 2-0 hole in the series, they'll hope Andersen can continue his perfect record versus the Kings on Thursday.

4/27/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Lets In Four Against Stars

News: Frederik Andersen let in four goals on 12 shots and was pulled after 30:33 against the Stars in Sunday's Game 6.
Analysis: The Ducks came back to win the game and the series, but they did it with Jonas Hiller in net. Frederik Andersen got pulled twice in this series, so when the next one begins, it seems likely it will be Hiller in net.

4/26/2014

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Frederik Andersen

Andersen Stops 34 As Ducks Take Series Lead

News: Frederik Andersen stopped 34 of 36 shots on goal during a 6-2 blowout of the Stars in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Friday.
Analysis: After two straight rough outings, Friday's solid performance was just what Frederik Andersen needed to get back on track.