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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%: 82/44 | Average Draft Position: 124.74
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3/28/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Strong In Win

News: Frederik Andersen stopped 29 of 31 shots faced Saturday afternoon on Long Island.
Analysis: Coupled with his win in Boston on Thursday, it's the first time the Dane has recorded wins in back-to-back starts since early February. After struggling through much of March, Frederik Andersen has bounced back well and should be ready to go for a hopefully long playoff run for the Ducks.

3/28/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Gets Saturday Nod

News: Frederik Andersen will be in the net for Saturday's game against the Islanders, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen rebounded from a terrible outing last weekend against the Rangers with a 27-save gem Thursday, during which he conceded only two goals to capture the win over the Bruins. Coach Bruce Boudreau will likely need to see Andersen deliver more performances of that variety before he creates distance in the competition for starts from John Gibson, who is expected to receive the nod Sunday in New Jersey for the second game of a back-to-back set.

3/26/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Bounces Back With Win Over Boston

News: Frederik Andersen put a stop to his recent run of futility with a 27-save performance in Thursday's 3-2 overtime victory in Boston.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen's February and March have not been good, but John Gibson's consecutive bad turns opened up the opportunity for him to get back out there Thursday, and the fine outing should mean that Andersen gets another shot in net Saturday against the Islanders.

3/26/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Gets Nod Thursday

News: Frederik Andersen will be in the net for Thursday's game against the Bruins, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Awful performances in back-to-back outings by John Gibson have opened the door for Frederik Andersen to assert himself as the team's clear-cut No. 1 goalie, but he'll need to come up huge against the Bruins in order to guarantee himself a larger portion of the starts the rest of the way. With a 2-3-0 record, 2.90 GAA, and .876 save percentage over his five turns in March, Andersen hasn't done much of late to give fantasy owners confidence in rolling him. While his strong team context has largely enabled Andersen to overcome his rather pedestrian ratios this season, the Ducks' recent struggles (5-5-0 over their last 10 games) no longer seem to make him an automatic activation any time he plays.

3/22/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Pulled In Rout

News: Frederik Andersen was pulled after allowing three goals on seven shots Sunday against the Rangers.
Analysis: Unfortunately Frederik Andersen could not build on his performance against the Avalanche a few nights ago, as his night ended way sooner than he had hoped. The effort drops him to an abysmal .866 save percentage in his past four starts -- three of which have been losses. Seeing as how the Ducks have given John Gibson the bulk of the starts in the past few weeks, Andersen could be spending some more time on the bench if he doesn't regain his form quickly.

3/22/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks Stick With Andersen On Sunday

News: Frederik Andersen will start Sunday's game against the Rangers, Lance Pugmire of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen, who is coming off a 3-2 win over the Avs on Friday, will have his work cut out for him Sunday, facing a Rangers squad that has given up a total of just nine goals over its past nine games.

3/22/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Expected To Start Sunday

News: Frederik Andersen was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate Sunday and is expected to start against the Rangers, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen appeared to have dropped beneath John Gibson in the goaltender pecking order, but will likely receive two starts in a row. He was good in his last outing Friday against the Avalanche, stopping 22 of the 24 shots he faced en route to a victory. Another good showing Sunday could make the decision in net tougher moving forward.

3/20/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Andersen Wins For Ducks In Return

News: Frederik Andersen went 22-of-24 in Friday's overtime victory over the Avalanche.
Analysis: The performance could not have a come at a better time for Frederik Andersen, as he had been relegated to backup duties the past four games while the Ducks rode John Gibson. While the win only marks his second of the month, Andersen could start seeing regular time in the crease again for the Ducks at any time. Stay tuned for Andersen's status in the coming weeks.

3/20/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Back In Friday

News: Frederik Andersen will be in the crease Friday against the Kings, Lance Pugmire of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen has sat out the last four games with coach Bruce Boudreau content to ride the sizzling John Gibson, who won three times during that stretch. Gibson's emergence has appeared to temporarily push Andersen down the depth chart, but both netminders should see a fairly equitable workload over the remainder of the regular season and playoffs. While the hot hand could eventually win out between the two, Andersen should be in prime position to claim the win most of the nights he takes the ice, as his sterling 30-10-5 record would illustrate. He's worth keeping active Friday, though an outing against the red-hot Semyon Varlamov might make capturing the victory a more dicey proposition than normal.

3/20/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Likely Starting Friday

News: Frederik Andersen will likely start Friday's game against the Avalanche, Ducks color commentator Dan Wood reports.
Analysis: There was a bit of initial confusion, but Frederik Andersen was first off the ice at Friday's morning skate. Assuming Andersen does in fact get the nod, it will bring an end to John Gibson's four-game starting streak.

3/10/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Dismal Monday

News: Frederik Andersen let in two goals on just 16 shots as the Ducks lost 2-1 in regulation to Vancouver on Monday.
Analysis: Despite the light workload, Frederik Andersen failed to earn his 31st win of the season. He's allowed six goals on 36 shots over his last two starts, so he'll need to turn things around in a hurry if he hopes to fend off John Gibson for starting duties in Anaheim.

3/10/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks Stick With Andersen

News: Frederik Andersen is slated to start Monday's game against the Canucks, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen allowed four goals on just 20 shots in a 5-2 loss to Pittsburgh on Friday, but it's worth noting that he is 3-0-1, with a 1.19 GAA and .947 save percentage in four appearance against the Canucks this season.

3/10/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks Look To Andersen On Monday

News: Frederik Andersen was the first goalie off the ice Monday, indicating that he is in line to start the Ducks' evening game against the Canucks, Helene Elliott of the L.A. Times reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen is thus in line to have an opportunity to bounce back Monday from a rough outing against Pittsburgh on Friday, in which he allowed four goals on just 20 shots in a 5-2 loss.

3/7/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Stomped By Penguins

News: Frederik Andersen was terrible at home against Pittsburgh on Friday, getting lit up for four goals on just 20 shots in a 5-2 loss. The fifth goal was an empty-netter.
Analysis: Despite the fact that he was facing Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin & Co., this was precisely how not to fend off John Gibson from cutting into more of his playing time. You have to wonder if the news that coach Bruce Boudreau was planning to split starts between Frederik Andersen and Gibson got into Freddy's head -- or if it was just one of those inevitable bad games that all goalies have once in awhile -- but either way, owners should be concerned. What Andersen has done up to this point is great and all (30-9-4 record, 2.38 GAA and .915 save percentage), but his opportunities to grab additional wins could be in jeopardy if Gibson continues to man the blue paint in Orange County. Keep an eye on the situation.

3/7/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen To Share Load With Gibson

News: Frederik Andersen, who has been confirmed to start Friday's game against the Penguins, is set to split the goaltending duties with John Gibson through the remainder of the season, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Coach Bruce Boudreau suggested after Friday's morning skate that the Ducks would adopt the timeshare in goal, with both netminders likely alternating starts. Should Boudreau stick with that plan, Frederik Andersen's rest-of-season value would take an obvious hit, as he's been a bountiful source of wins prior to missing time with an upper-body injury, going 30-8-5. With fewer opportunities for Andersen to build his counting statistics, fantasy owners may want to consider dangling him for a goalie option that stands to see more use over the final few weeks of the season.

3/6/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Anderson Likely Starting Friday

News: Frederik Andersen was first off the ice at morning skate, indicating that he'll likely start Friday's game against the Penguins, NHL.com's Curtis Zupke reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen is set to make his second start since returning from an upper-body injury, after stopping 29 of 30 shots in Tuesday's win over the Coyotes. After Friday, the Ducks won't play again until Monday, when they're scheduled to face the Canucks in Vancouver.

3/4/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Confirmed For Tuesday

News: Frederik Andersen has been confirmed as the starter in goal for Tuesday's game against the Coyotes, Elliott Teaford of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Analysis: It will mark Frederik Andersen's first game since suffering a neck injury in his Feb. 8 start against the Lightning. John Gibson filled in admirably in Andersen's stead and has been especially sound in his last handful of outings, which may result in the Ducks employing a timeshare in goal over their next several games. That was precisely the situation that both goalies found themselves to start the season, only for Andersen to quickly emerge as the No. 1 option after Gibson floundered in the opener and later was reassigned to AHL Norfolk.

3/3/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Wins In Return

News: Frederik Andersen allowed one goal on 30 shots as he collected the win Tuesday night in Arizona.
Analysis: This was Frederik Andersen's first start in nearly a month after a head/neck injury kept him out of the lineup for much of February. The win marks his 30th of the season, good enough for sixth amongst goalies in the NHL. Andersen remains a must start option in all formats.

3/3/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Set To Return

News: Frederik Andersen (upper body) was first off the ice at the Ducks' pregame skate, indicating that he'll start Tuesday's contest against the Coyotes, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen is thus on track to make his first appearance in net for the Ducks since Feb. 8. With Andersen in line to start Tuesday, look for John Gibson to tend goal for the team Wednesday against Montreal.

2/27/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Activated From IR

News: Frederik Andersen (upper body) was formally activated from injured reserve Friday.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen has been sidelined since Feb. 8 with the injury, and though he's now healthy, the Ducks will ease him back into action by having him serve as the backup to John Gibson for Friday's game against the Kings. Prior to suffering the injury, Andersen seemed to be enjoying strong job security, so expect him to ultimately take the reins as the Ducks' primary netminder. His next start will likely come Sunday in Dallas.

2/27/2015

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Ducks' Andersen (Upper Body) Nearing Return

News: With fellow goaltender Jason LaBarbera demoted to AHL Norfolk on Friday, it can be assumed that Frederik Andersen (upper body) is healthy enough to at least serve as an emergency backup in Friday's game against the Kings, NHL.com's Curtis Zupke reports.
Analysis: Given that he's apparently at or close to full health, Frederik Andersen may end up starting Sunday's game against the Stars. He hasn't played in a game since Feb. 8, and John Gibson is slated to start Friday's game against Los Angeles, the Orange County Register reports.

2/26/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Expects To Travel On Road Trip

News: Frederik Andersen (upper body) is expected to join the Ducks on their road trip that begins Sunday in Dallas, Lance Pugmire of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: That would seem to suggest that Frederik Andersen won't be ready to go for Friday's home date with the Kings, but in any case, it's clear the goalie is closing in on a return. He's been able to face shots the last couple of days and has noted that he's no longer experiencing much pain. After a couple more days to get back up to game speed, Andersen could be activated from IR and start one or both of the games on the road trip.

2/25/2015

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Ducks' Andersen Facing Shots

News: Frederik Andersen was able to face shots at Wednesday's morning skate, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen will not be available for Wednesday's game against the Senators, but he seems to be building momentum toward a return in the near future. Coach Bruce Boudreau noted that no particular date for Andersen's return has been specified yet, but that could change if the goalie is able to practice again over the next couple of days.

2/20/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen To Miss Upcoming Road Trip

News: Coach Bruce Boudreau stated Thursday that he doesn't expect Frederik Andersen to travel on the Ducks' upcoming two-game road trip to Alberta, Dan Wood of AM 830 KLAA reports.
Analysis: This comes as somewhat of a surprise, as Boudreau seemed to express optimism a day earlier that Frederik Andersen would be able to travel with the team. While it doesn't necessarily mean that Andersen suffered a setback with his injury while facing shots on the ice the last few days, at the very least, it appears the goalie isn't progressing quite as quickly as the team hoped. Andersen will now turn his focus to getting ready for next Monday's home date with the Red Wings.

2/19/2015

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Ducks' Andersen Won't Travel, Still No Setback

News: Frederik Andersen (upper body) did not suffer a setback, he he still is not traveling with the Ducks for Friday's game in Calgary, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen also figures to miss Saturday's game in Edmonton, leaving Monday against the Red Wings as his best-case scenario for a return. While Andersen was previously expected to travel with his teammates, the goaltender reportedly didn't suffer any kind of setback. It may just be that the soreness is taking longer than expected to subside.