Darcy Kuemper

Darcy Kuemper

#35G,
W
7
L
7
OTL
2
GAA
2.29
SV%
.918
SO
1
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 5"/215 lbs
Born: Saskatoon, Canada
Draft: 2009 6th round (161st pick) by the
  • The Canadian Press

    Coyotes take on the Wild on 4-game losing streak

    Arizona Coyotes (19-19-5, fifth in the West Division) vs. Minnesota Wild (24-13-3, third in the West Division) St. Paul, Minnesota; Wednesday, 9 p.m. EDT BOTTOM LINE: Arizona looks to end its four-game losing streak with a win against Minnesota. The Wild are 24-13-3 against division opponents. Minnesota serves 10.2 penalty minutes per game, the most in the league. Carson Soucy leads the team serving 45 total minutes. The Coyotes are 19-19-5 in division games. Arizona has given up 24 power-play goals, killing 82.1% of opponent chances. Minnesota took down Arizona 3-0 in the last meeting between these teams on March 16. TOP PERFORMERS: Kirill Kaprizov leads the Wild with 34 points, scoring 16 goals and registering 18 assists. Kevin Fiala has six assists over the last 10 games for Minnesota. Alex Goligoski leads the Coyotes with a plus-six in 43 games this season. Phil Kessel has six assists over the last 10 games for Arizona. LAST 10 GAMES: Wild: 5-3-2, averaging 2.9 goals, five assists, 4.7 penalties and 13.6 penalty minutes while giving up 3.1 goals per game with a .909 save percentage. Coyotes: 5-5-0, averaging 3.3 goals, 5.8 assists, 3.3 penalties and 7.5 penalty minutes while giving up 3.1 goals per game with an .895 save percentage. INJURIES: Wild: Kevin Fiala: day to day (upper body), Nick Bjugstad: day to day (upper body). Coyotes: Darcy Kuemper: out (lower body), Antti Raanta: out (lower body). ___ The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar. The Associated Press

  • The Canadian Press

    Rantanen scores twice, Avalanche beat Coyotes 4-2

    DENVER — Mikko Rantanen had two goals and the Colorado Avalanche beat the Arizona Coyotes 4-2 Monday night for their eighth victory in nine games. Brandon Saad and Nathan MacKinnon also scored as the Avalanche improved to 12-0-1 in their last 13 games at Ball Arena, the fourth longest home point streak in franchise history. Philipp Grubauer made 35 saves for his career-high 25th win. Arizona pulled within one with third-period goals by Michael Bunting and Johann Larsson but Rantanen had an empty-netter with just under two minutes remaining to seal the victory. Arizona appeared to score in the first period after a lengthy replay review of a scrum in front of Grubauer determined that the puck had entered the net. However, Avalanche coach Jared Bednar challenged and it was found that Arizona’s Larsson interfered with Grubauer’s ability to make the stop, nullifying the score. Saad put Colorado up with his 13th goal of the season later in the first period, flipping the puck top shelf past goalie Ivan Prosvetov off a feed from Samuel Girard. The Avalanche added to their lead with a pair of second-period goals. With Colorado on the power play, MacKinnon scored at 9:08 of the second and Rantanen knocked in his 24th goal of the season at 18:03. MacKinnon extended his point-scoring streak to 10 games, the longest active streak in the NHL and the longest by an Avalanche player this season. Grubauer’s bid for a sixth shutout this season was broken up by Bunting, who scored on a power play at 10:42 of the third. Larsson scored after picking up a loose puck at centre ice and finishing the rush with his seventh goal at 13:16 of the third. PUCK IN THE FACE Colorado defenceman Jacob MacDonald took a puck off the side of his face as he skated just outside the Colorado net midway through the first period. He fell to the ice and a team trainer skated to his side to tend to him. MacDonald rose with an assist from the trainer and skated off the ice to the clubhouse for further treatment. He returned to the game later in the second with a bubble shield protecting his face. HEAD-TO-HEAD This was the eighth and final meeting between the teams this season. Colorado went 6-1-1 against Arizona, the most wins against the Coyotes in a single season. UP NEXT Coyotes: At Minnesota on Wednesday night. Avalanche: At St. Louis on Wednesday night. Dennis Georgatos, The Associated Press