Calvin Petersen

Calvin Petersen

W
7
L
11
OTL
4
GAA
2.70
SV%
.920
SO
0
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 1"/185 lbs
Born: Waterloo, Iowa
Draft: 2013 5th round (129th pick) by the
  • The Canadian Press

    Vegas plays Los Angeles on 3-game win streak

    Vegas Golden Knights (28-11-2, second in the West Division) vs. Los Angeles Kings (16-19-6, seventh in the West Division) Los Angeles; Wednesday, 10 p.m. EDT BOTTOM LINE: Vegas will attempt to build upon its three-game win streak with a victory over Los Angeles. The Kings are 16-19-6 against opponents in the West Division. Los Angeles has given up 19 power-play goals, killing 84.3% of opponent chances. The Golden Knights are 28-11-2 against the rest of their division. Vegas ranks seventh in the league averaging 3.2 goals per game, led by Max Pacioretty with 20. The teams meet for the second game in a row. TOP PERFORMERS: Anze Kopitar leads the Kings with 43 points, scoring nine goals and collecting 34 assists. Dustin Brown has four assists over the last 10 games for Los Angeles. Mark Stone leads the Golden Knights with 31 total assists and has 44 points. Alec Martinez has four goals over the last 10 games for Vegas. LAST 10 GAMES: Kings: 3-7-0, averaging 2.3 goals, 3.7 assists, 3.7 penalties and 8.3 penalty minutes while giving up 3.2 goals per game with an .896 save percentage. Golden Knights: 6-3-1, averaging 3.1 goals, 5.4 assists, 3.3 penalties and 8.3 penalty minutes while allowing 2.1 goals per game with a .924 save percentage. INJURIES: Kings: Tobias Bjornfot: day to day (upper body). Golden Knights: None listed. ___ The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar. The Associated Press

  • Golden Knights rally after slow start, beat Kings 4-2
    The Canadian Press

    Golden Knights rally after slow start, beat Kings 4-2

    LOS ANGELES — Max Pacioretty scored his 300th career goal, Mark Stone had a goal and an assist, and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Los Angeles Kings 4-2 on Monday night. Nicolas Roy and Alex Tuch also scored for the Golden Knights, who won their third straight game. Robin Lehner stopped 26 shots. Austin Wagner and Anze Kopitar scored for the Kings, who have lost five of seven. Cal Petersen had 37 saves. Los Angeles led 2-0 midway through the second period before Vegas rallied. Roy cut it to 2-1 with 5:40 left in the middle period by beating Petersen five-hole during a 2-on-1 break. Stone tied it up with a short-handed goal on a breakaway with 27 seconds to go in the period. The danger had been coming for Los Angeles, as Chandler Stephenson had put his shot over the net on a short-handed breakaway earlier in the power play. Tuch came out of his own end to lead an odd-man rush and beat Petersen to the near side with a wrist shot that put Vegas ahead 3-2 at 4:35 of the third. Pacioretty scored on the power play at 8:22 to cap the scoring and become the 25th active player with 300 goals. The Kings went ahead at 9:41 of the first when Wagner shot between Lehner’s legs on a breakaway. Kopitar extended the lead to 2-0 at 8:57 of the second. Dustin Brown made a cheeky pass from behind Lehner’s net to set up Kopitar with a one-timer for his ninth goal. Brown has one goal and three assists during a four-game point streak. Alex Iafallo had the secondary assist after signing a four-year contract extension worth $16 million earlier in the day. NO DICE Ryan Reaves and Keegan Kolesar did not play after sustaining undisclosed injures in the Golden Knights’ 1-0 win over Arizona on Sunday. Neither player travelled with the team to Los Angeles, coach Pete DeBoer said, and Reaves was placed on injured reserve Monday. UP NEXT The Golden Knights and Kings will play again in Los Angeles on Wednesday. ___ More AP NHL coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Dan Greenspan, The Associated Press

  • Elliott: Top East Division teams — and Kings — emerge as NHL trade deadline winners
    LA Times

    Elliott: Top East Division teams — and Kings — emerge as NHL trade deadline winners

    East teams primed to challenge for the Stanley Cup were among the teams that stood out at NHL trade deadline, but the Kings also made notable moves.