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30 Andrew Hammond G
Height/Weight: 6-1/216 | Birthdate: 2/11/1988 | Birthplace: Surrey, B.C., Canada | Team: Ottawa Senators | College: Bowling Green State | NHL Experience: 1 | Owned/Started%: 15/7
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12:22 AM

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT Sens Lean On Hammond For Back-To-Back

Andrew Hammond

Sens Lean On Hammond For Back-To-Back

News: Andrew Hammond will make the start in goal Thursday against the Kings.
Analysis: Andrew Hammond has been spectacular since succeeding the injured Robin Lehner (concussion) as the Sens' lead goaltender. He's won all three of his outings against possible playoff teams in the Canadiens, Panthers, and Ducks, allowing a total of three goals against the first two and shutting out the latter. He could be a bit fatigued from blanking the Ducks in Anaheim a night earlier, but with only the untested Chris Driedger behind him on the depth chart, the Senators will lean heavily on Hammond until Lehner or Craig Anderson (hand) is ready to return. Hammond's recent play has made him worth a speculative pickup in deeper formats, though those in daily leagues may not want to rely on him Thursday. The surging Kings have won eight games in a row behind the red-hot Jonathan Quick, who has yielded five combined goals over his last five turns.

2/26/2015

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT First Career Shutout For Sens' Hammond

Andrew Hammond

First Career Shutout For Sens' Hammond

News: Andrew Hammond thwarted all 25 shots sent his way Wednesday in a 3-0 road shutout of the Ducks, the first of his young NHL career.
Analysis: The 27-year-old rookie is taking the league by storm, earning impressive victories against Montreal, Florida and now Anaheim in his first three starts in the NHL. Andrew Hammond has only allowed a combined three (!) goals in that span, and could very possibly give starter Craig Anderson (hand) a real run for his money once he's ready to return from injury. The Sens play again Thursday in another tough matchup against Los Angeles, and while most goalies would get a rest in this situation, the Sens may elect to ride Hammond's hot streak and allow him the opportunity to showcase his stuff in a back-to-back scenario -- especially with current backup Chris Driedger having never played at the NHL level himself. Look for confirmation closer to the 10:30 ET start time as to who will be in net Thursday.

2/24/2015

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Andrew Hammond

Sens' Hammond Starting Again Wednesday

News: Andrew Hammond has been confirmed as the starter again for Wednesday's game against the Ducks.
Analysis: With Craig Anderson dealing with a hand injury and Robin Lehner out with a concussion, Andrew Hammond has stepped up in a big way, winning his last two starts, including a game against Montreal where he stopped 42 of 44 shots. The 27-year-old is not a keeper prospect, but he's useful in a pinch.

2/21/2015

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT Sens' Hammond Wins Second Straight With 21 Saves

Andrew Hammond

Sens' Hammond Wins Second Straight With 21 Saves

News: Andrew Hammond won his second-straight game when he make 21 saves in a 4-1 victory over the Panthers on Saturday night.
Analysis: The undrafted 27-year-old is living the dream. He had one game of experience prior to this season and now, the Sens have anointed him their guy. The bloom will be off the rose soon enough. But you might as well take advantage while he's putting on a show.

2/20/2015

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Andrew Hammond

Sens' Hammond Confirmed To Start Saturday

News: Coach Dave Cameron confirmed Andrew Hammond will start Saturday's game against the Panthers.
Analysis: For better or worse, the Senators appear set to ride Andrew Hammond for a while, as the team's top two goalies, Craig Anderson (hand) and Robin Lehner (concussion) are on injured reserve and out indefinitely. Hammond was stellar in his first career NHL start Wednesday against the Canadiens, stopping 42 of 44 shots in the victory. However, Hammond's woeful numbers at AHL Binghamton this season (7-13-2, 3.51 GAA, .898 save percentage) suggest he can't be counted on to deliver performances like Wednesday's very often.

2/20/2015

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT

Andrew Hammond

Sens' Hammond Likely To Get Another Start Saturday

News: Andrew Hammond is likely to receive a second consecutive start Saturday against the Panthers, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Analysis: It's not known exactly how long Robin Lehner (upper body) might be out with his injury, but he won't be ready to go for the Panthers game, as the Senators placed him on IR on Thursday to ensure that he won't return until Monday at the earliest. Andrew Hammond, the No. 3 goalie in the organization behind Lehner and the injured Craig Anderson (hand), was sensational in his first NHL start Wednesday, denying 42 of 44 shots to score a surprising win over the Canadiens. His modest track record in the AHL suggests performances like Wednesday's won't be the norm for the 27-year-old, but a low-scoring Florida attack shouldn't cause too much aggravation for him.

2/18/2015

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT

Andrew Hammond

Sens' Hammond Earns First Career Win

News: Andrew Hammond made 42 saves in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Canadiens.
Analysis: The rookie was spectacular in his first start of the season, and ended up collecting his first career NHL win. It's still far too early to tell how good he'll be, but he's certainly a player to keep an eye on for the future.

2/18/2015

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT

Andrew Hammond

Sens' Hammond Confirmed To Start Wednesday

News: Andrew Hammond has been confirmed as the starter in goal for Wednesday's game against the Canadiens, Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Analysis: Injuries to Craig Anderson (hand) and Robin Lehner (undisclosed) will allow Andrew Hammond, the No. 3 goalie on the organizational depth chart, to make his first career NHL start. The 27-year-old has logged two previous appearances in relief for the Senators this season, but his otherwise minimal experience in the NHL makes him little more than a deep league consideration at this time. Most fantasy owners are better off watching Hammond's performance from afar to avoid the likelihood of a potential blowup against one of the league's best teams. Even while playing for AHL Binghamton for most of this season, Hammond hasn't found much success, turning in a 7-13-2 record, 3.51 GAA, and .898 save percentage.

2/17/2015

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT

Andrew Hammond

Sens' Hammond Likely Wednesday Starter

News: Andrew Hammond appears in line to start Wednesday's game against the Canadiens.
Analysis: With Robin Lehner likely sidelined, Andrew Hammond appears poised to make his NHL regular season starting debut for the Sens on Wednesday.

2/16/2015

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT

Andrew Hammond

Sens' Hammond Struggles In Relief

News: Andrew Hammond allowed two goals on just five shots in relief of starter Robin Lehner in Monday's 6-3 loss to the Red Wings.
Analysis: It was a rough period of action for Andrew Hammond, but both goals came on the power play so he wasn't totally to blame. With Craig Anderson nearing a return from his hand injury, Hammond's days with the NHL club are likely numbered.

1/29/2015

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT

Andrew Hammond

Senators Recall Hammond On Emergency Basis

News: The Senators recalled Andrew Hammond on an emergency basis from AHL Binghamton on Thursday.
Analysis: Andrew Hammond was brought up to add another goaltender to the roster with Craig Anderson dealing with a hand injury. Hammond will serve as the backup goaltender behind Robin Lehner until Anderson is ready to return.

12/10/2014

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT

Andrew Hammond

Sens Terminate Hammond's Recall

News: Andrew Hammond had his emergency recall terminated by the Senators on Wednesday and will return to AHL Binghamton.
Analysis: The Senators activated Robin Lehner (knee) from injured reserve in a corresponding move, making it unnecessary for the team to carry Andrew Hammond as a third goalie. Hammond didn't see any action in the three games he served as the backup to Craig Anderson.

12/4/2014

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT

Andrew Hammond

Senators Bring Up Hammond On Emergency Recall

News: The Senators recalled Andrew Hammond from AHL Binghamton Thursday on an emergency basis.
Analysis: Andrew Hammond was brought up to add another goaltender to the roster with Robin Lehner sidelined due to a minor injury. Hammond will back up Craig Anderson on Thursday, and will head back to Binghamton when Lehner is ready to resume playing.

10/31/2014

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT

Andrew Hammond

Senators Return Hammond To Minors

News: Andrew Hammond was reassigned to AHL Binghamton on Friday.
Analysis: Andrew Hammond was only on hand for Thursday's game against the Blackhawks as an emergency option, after Robin Lehner left the team to witness the birth of his child. With the new father returning to practice Friday, Hammond will resume his usual duties back at Binghamton.

10/30/2014

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT

Andrew Hammond

Senators Bring Up Hammond On Emergency Recall

News: The Senators recalled Andrew Hammond from AHL Binghamton on an emergency basis Thursday.
Analysis: Andrew Hammond was brought up to add another goaltender to the roster with Robin Lehner away from the team to attend the birth of his child. He will back up Craig Anderson on Thursday night and head back to Binghamton when Lehner rejoins the team.