Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
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Wins
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Losses
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Shutout
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Goals Against Average
2023
2022
2021 10.85.4 1 44 1.86
3y Avg. 7.47.4 1 22 2.45

Fantasy News

  • Kings' Garret Sparks: Sent to AHL affiliate

    Sparks was reassigned to AHL Ontario on Wednesday, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Sparks' demotion suggests Cal Petersen may be activated off the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list ahead of Thursday's game versus Vancouver. If that's the case, Sparks is likely in for an extended stay in the minors.
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  • Kings' Garret Sparks: Enters in relief

    Sparks stopped 11 of 12 shots after replacing Jonathan Quick in the second period of Tuesday's 6-3 loss to the Golden Knights. Sparks played the final 37:13 after the team fell in a 5-1 hole with Quick in net. The only puck to elude Sparks came off the stick of Jonathan Marchessault after a giveaway right in front of the Kings' net. Sparks should remain with the big club as long as Cal Petersen's in the COVID-19 protocol, and he could see some starting opportunities if Quick's struggles from this game carry over moving forward.
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  • Kings' Garret Sparks: Defeats Capitals in season debut

    Sparks stopped 33 of 35 shots in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Capitals. It was a gutsy comeback win for the Kings, and Sparks' solid goaltending in the third period made it happen. The 28-year-old figures to serve as Jonathan Quick's backup during the duration of Cal Petersen's stay in the NHL's COVID-19 protocols. The Kings have one more game scheduled before the holiday break -- a tough road matchup versus the Golden Knights on Thursday.
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  • Kings' Garret Sparks: Making season debut

    Sparks will guard the road goal Sunday versus the Capitals, Zach Dooley of the Kings' official site reports. This will be Sparks' first NHL contest this season, and he last played in the NHL in 2019-20 in a relief appearance with the Golden Knights. He'll face a Capitals team that's missing three of its regular top-six forwards, but they remain dangerous with Alex Ovechkin in top form this year.
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  • Kings' Garret Sparks: Elevated to big club

    Sparks will be recalled from AHL Ontario and join the Kings for their game Sunday in Washington, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Sparks hasn't set foot on NHL ice since 2019-20, when he made a relief appearance with Vegas. He's 4-3-0 with the Reign this season, which isn't bad, but his ratios (3.23 GAA, .894 save percentage) leave a lot to be desired. It's unclear what the Kings' plans are for Sparks while he's at the top level, as the team also recalled Jacob Ingham on Saturday from ECHL Greenville.
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  • Kings' Garret Sparks: Hits waivers

    The Kings placed Sparks on waivers Sunday, per CBS Sports. Sparks last appeared in the NHL during the 2018-19 season, allowing two goals on 14 shots in his lone appearance with Vegas. The 28-year-old netminder should spend most of the season in the minors.
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  • Kings' Garret Sparks: In goal Thursday

    Sparks is expected to start Thursday's home preseason game versus the Golden Knights, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Sparks is expected to be the No. 3 goalie for the Kings this year, making it likely he spends most of the season with AHL Ontario. The 28-year-old will be backed up by veteran Jonathan Quick in Thursday's contest.
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  • Kings' Garret Sparks: Signs with L.A. on Wednesday

    Sparks signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Kings on Wednesday. Sparks posted a 5-10-0 record with a 2.69 GAA and a .913 save percentage with AHL Stockton last year, and he also saw time with ECHL Orlando. The 28-year-old isn't likely to unseat Cal Petersen or Jonathan Quick for a job with the big club, so Sparks will likely be goaltending depth with AHL Ontario.
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  • Garret Sparks: Released by Flames

    Sparks was released from his tryout with the Flames on Wednesday, per TSN. Sparks was unable to win the No. 3 job in training camp -- Louis Domingue will serve in that role with the Flames this year. Sparks signed a minor-league deal with the Lightning's AHL affiliate prior to his PTO, so he's likely to return to that deal for the 2020-21 season.
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  • Flames' Garret Sparks: Heading to AHL Stockton

    Sparks was reassigned to AHL Stockton on Saturday. Sparks attended the Flames' camp on a tryout offer. It's possible they still sign him to a two-way contract, but it appears he'll be destined to begin the season in the minors. With Sparks sent down a level, Louis Domingue figures to be the Flames' taxi-squad goalie.
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  • Flames' Garret Sparks: Will attend Calgary's camp

    Sparks will attend the Flames' training camp on a professional tryout offer. Sparks recently signed an AHL-only deal with Tampa Bay, but he'll have an opportunity to earn a two-way deal with the Flames during training camp. If he does earn a contract with Calgary, Sparks will likely serve as the team's emergency goalie on the taxi squad.
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  • Golden Knights' Garret Sparks: Back to AHL

    Sparks was reassigned to AHL Chicago on Tuesday. Once again, Sparks didn't appear in a game while with the Golden Knights on an emergency basis. It's safe to assume that if Marc-Andre Fleury (personal) hasn't returned to the team in time for Thursday's game against the Islanders, Sparks would be called up again.
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  • Golden Knights' Garret Sparks: Returning to minors

    Sparks was sent down to AHL Chicago on Friday. Sparks was up with the big club on an emergency basis while Marc-Andre Fleury was away from the team for personal reasons. Sparks' return to AHL Chicago suggests Fleury's return to the Golden Knights is likely imminent. Sparks did not appear in a contest during this stint with the big club.
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  • Golden Knights' Garret Sparks: Brought up on emergency condition

    The Golden Knights recalled Sparks from AHL Chicago on an emergency basis Tuesday. The emergency condition of this report signals that either Marc-Andre Fleury or Malcolm Subban has an affliction that will keep them out of Wednesday's game against the Predators. Sparks isn't in line for NHL action during this stint unless the aforementioned issue turns out to be long term.
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  • Golden Knights' Garret Sparks: Sent to AHL

    The Golden Knights re-assigned Sparks to AHL Chicago on Sunday. Sparks was called up Friday on an emergency basis after Marc-Andre Fleury was reportedly having a battle with the flu. As evidenced by this news, Fleury seems to be progressing from the illness, and Sparks is no longer necessary with Malcolm Subban also healthy.
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  • Golden Knights' Garret Sparks: Up with big club on emergency basis

    Sparks was recalled from AHL Chicago on an emergency basis Friday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. Sparks' recall may just be precautionary after Marc-Andre Fleury missed practice Friday, which was described as a maintenance day. Malcolm Subban (lower body) was at practice, but he hasn't played since Oct. 10, which was his only appearance this season. More clarity on the situation should come ahead of Saturday's game versus the Jets.
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  • Golden Knights' Garret Sparks: Needed in relief Friday

    Sparks stopped 12 of 14 shots after replacing Marc-Andre Fleury midway through the second period in Friday's 6-1 loss to the Avalanche. The second goal was the product of some bad luck, as the puck caromed in off Sparks' skate on a Matt Calvert centering attempt from behind the net, but the Knights' backup netminder also didn't do much to change the momentum of the game. It was his first action since being called up to replace Oscar Dansk on the NHL roster, and Vegas will likely continue to limit Sparks' opportunities as much as possible behind Fleury.
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  • Golden Knights' Garret Sparks: Summoned by parent club

    The Golden Knights recalled Sparks from AHL Chicago on Wednesday. Oscar Dansk was sent to the minors in a corresponding move, so Sparks will take over as Marc-Andre Fleury's backup until Malcolm Subban (lower body) is cleared to return. The 26-year-old has posted a 2.18 GAA and .931 save percentage in four AHL appearances this season.
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  • Golden Knights' Garret Sparks: In goal Tuesday

    Sparks will get the starting nod for Tuesday's preseason matchup with Colorado, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. Sparks was was already facing an uphill battle to unseat Malcolm Subban as the No. 2 in Vegas, but the fact that Subban put together a solid .933 save percentage in the first preseason game won't make things any easier for Sparks. Still, the 26-year-old will likely be in the mix until the closing days of camp to see who gets to start the season in the NHL.
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  • Golden Knights' Garret Sparks: Shipped to Vegas

    Sparks was traded to the Golden Knights from Toronto in exchange for a 2020 fourth-round pick and David Clarkson on Tuesday. Sparks faced an uphill battle for playing time with the Leafs, as he was stuck behind stalwart Frederik Andersen. He'll head to the desert, where he likely won't see many starts with veteran Marc-Andre Fleury there, but could be the goaltender of the future along side Malcolm Subban. Sparks is 14-18-2 in 37 career games in the NHL to go along with a 3.09 GAA and .898 save percentage.
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