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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%: 80/43 | Average Draft Position: 124.74
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4/23/2015

Frederik Andersen, G, ANA Ducks' Andersen Completes Sweep

Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Completes Sweep

News: Frederik Andersen stopped 25 of 27 shots in Wednesday's Game 4 win over the Jets, finishing off the series.
Analysis: The win earned Frederik Andersen the first postseason sweep of his career, and will give him and the Ducks a welcome period of rest before their second-round series kicks off. Anaheim will take on either Calgary or Vancouver for a spot in the Western Conference Finals.

4/22/2015

Frederik Andersen, G, ANA Ducks Turn To Andersen In Search Of Sweep

Frederik Andersen

Ducks Turn To Andersen In Search Of Sweep

News: Frederik Andersen will be in the crease for Wednesday's Game 4 against the Jets, Elliott Teaford of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Analysis: After putting the clamps on the Jets for the first two games of the series, Frederik Andersen was a bit shaky in Game 3, stopping 31 of 35 shots before Rickard Rakell netted the game-winning tally in overtime. After going 3-0 against the Jets during the regular season, Andersen will look to make it a perfect 7-for-7 on Wednesday as the Ducks aim to sweep the first-round series.

4/20/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Scores Third Playoff Victory

News: Frederik Andersen stopped 31 of 35 shots in Monday's overtime victory over the Jets.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen was a little bit shakier in Game 3 than he had been in either of Games 1 and 2, but still was able to gain the win on Rickard Rakell's overtime winner. With the Ducks now holding a 3-0 series lead, Andersen will have an opportunity to complete the sweep Wednesday night in Winnipeg.

4/20/2015

Frederik Andersen, G, ANA Ducks' Andersen Starting Game 3

Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Starting Game 3

News: Frederik Andersen will be in the crease for Monday's Game 3 against the Jets, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: With John Gibson still out with an upper-body injury, Frederik Andersen will again get the nod for the Ducks, who hold a 2-0 lead in the series. Andersen has been stellar in both contests, stopping 53 of 56 shots (.946 save percentage). Andersen may have a more difficult go of things in a hostile road environment in Winnipeg, but until Gibson is healthy again, the goal will be his on a night-in, night-out basis.

4/18/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Stops 28 Shots In Game 2 Win

News: Frederik Andersen stopped 28 of 29 shots in Saturday's Game 2 win over the Jets.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen has had a strong start to the playoffs, stopping 53 of 56 shots and helping the Ducks grab a 2-0 series lead over the Jets. He's been counted on all season long for Anaheim, so as long as he doesn't go through a terrible slump, fantasy owners shouldn't have to worry about youngster John Gibson (upper body) stealing his gig. If Andersen can keep up his strong play, the Ducks are likely in for a lengthy playoff run.

4/16/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Delivers Playoff-Opening Win

News: Frederik Andersen beat the Jets on Thursday for the fourth time in four tries this year, stopping 25 of 27 to take home a 4-2 win.
Analysis: A strong playoff opener for Frederik Andersen, who actually trailed 2-1 at the second intermission, but was helped out by a Corey Perry-powered third-period rally. The strong stat line should help him draw the Game 2 start Saturday even if John Gibson (upper body) can get well in time. Gibson hasn't even returned to practice yet.

4/16/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks Turn To Andersen In Game 1

News: Frederik Andersen is in line to start Thursday's playoff opener against the Jets, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: With fellow goalie John Gibson still bouncing back from an upper-body injury, Jason LaBarbera is in line to back Frederik Andersen up on Thursday, at a minimum.

4/11/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Wins In Finale

News: Frederik Andersen stopped 23 shots in a 2-1 win over the Coyotes on Saturday.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen turned in a strong performance in his team's last regular season game, and all signs point towards Andersen starting in the Ducks' Round 1 series against the Winnipeg Jets. Andersen went 3-0 versus the Jets this season.

4/9/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Turns In A Dud Wednesday

News: Frederik Andersen allowed four goals on 32 shots in a 4-0 loss to the Stars on Wednesday.
Analysis: With just one game remaining in the regular season, this was not the way for Frederik Andersen to inspire confidence that he should be between the Ducks' pipes in the playoffs. Despite a 34-12-5 record, 2.40 GAA and .914 save percentage, he just hasn't been the same goalie since suffering an upper-body injury that kept him out from Feb. 8 to March 3. If coach Bruce Boudreau isn't certain that Andersen will be his guy when the playoffs commence next week, look for John Gibson to get a turn in goal in Anaheim's last game Saturday against Arizona.

4/8/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Set To Start Wednesday

News: Frederik Andersen is slated to start Wednesday's game against the Stars, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen, who has stopped 78 of 83 shots in three starts (all wins) since being yanked from the Ducks' March 22 loss to the Rangers, will square off Wednesday against a Dallas team that is no longer in playoff contention, but has won two straight games.

4/8/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen On Track To Start Wednesday

News: Frederik Andersen is in line to start Wednesday's game against the Stars, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: A presumably well-rested Frederik Andersen, who stopped 22 of 23 shots in last Wednesday's win over the Oilers, will return to the Anaheim net after giving way to John Gibson in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Avs. Andersen will take aim Wednesday at a Dallas squad that has won two straight games, by a combined total of 9-4.

4/2/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Confirmed For Thursday

News: Frederik Andersen is confirmed as the starter in goal for Thursday's game against the Oilers, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: After receiving the Ducks' previous game off in favor of John Gibson, Frederik Andersen will get back in the net Wednesday looking to extend his winning streak to three games. Andersen has won his previous three career starts against the Oilers, producing a 1.67 GAA and .935 save percentage.

4/2/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Likely To Get Nod Thursday

News: Frederik Andersen was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate and is expected to start Thursday against the Oilers, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen has come away with victories in each of his last two starts, holding quality teams in the Bruins and Islanders to two goals apiece. He hasn't yet separated himself in the competition with John Gibson for starts, so expect coach Bruce Boudreau to continue to employ a rough timeshare through the remainder of the regular season. Andersen will make for a strong option in daily formats against the Oilers, who have lost each of their previous three matchups with the Ducks this season.

4/1/2015

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Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Continues Strong Play

News: Frederik Andersen went 22-of-23 in Wednesday's win over the Oilers.
Analysis: That's four wins in his last five starts for Frederik Andersen, as his team was able to clinch the Pacific Division title and home-ice advantage throughout the first two rounds of the playoffs. Andersen has now started five of the Ducks' past seven games, giving him a clear edge over John Gibson as we head towards the post-season.

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

Frederik Andersen, G, ANA Ducks' Andersen Gets Nod Thursday

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

Frederik Andersen, G, ANA Ducks' Andersen Back In Friday

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

Frederik Andersen, G, ANA Ducks' Andersen Dismal Monday

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.