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Top Michael DiPietro News

  • Bruins' Michael DiPietro: Waived Sunday

    DiPietro was placed on waivers by the Bruins on Sunday, Chris Johnston of TSN reports.

    DiPietro went 19-9-0 with a 2.61 GAA and a .918 save percentage in 29 games with ECHL Maine last season. If the 24-year-old netminder clears, he will compete for a spot with AHL Providence.

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  • Bruins' Michael DiPietro: Signs two-way deal with Bruins

    DiPietro signed a one-year, two-way contract with Boston on Monday.

    DiPietro posted a 19-9-0 record with a 2.61 GAA and a .918 save percentage in 29 appearances with ECHL Maine last season. He also stopped 33 of 35 shots in a 4-2 win over Syracuse on March 15 during his lone AHL outing of 2022-23 for Providence. The 24-year-old netminder will probably be back in the minors for the start of the 2023-24 campaign.

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  • Bruins' Michael DiPietro: Acquired by Bruins

    DiPietro and Jonathan Myrenberg were traded by Vancouver to Boston in exchange for Jack Studnicka on Thursday.

    Vancouver took DiPietro with the No. 64 pick in the 2017 draft. He had a 2.95 GAA and .901 save percentage in 34 AHL contests last season. He's also posted an 0-2-0 record, 5.25 GAA and .771 save percentage in three career NHL games. Boston is expected to have him serve in the minors this season. He's probably not even third on the Bruins' organizational depth chart, as Keith Kinkaid, who has 167 games worth of NHL experience, might get called up first if an injury to Jeremy Swayman or Linus Ullmark necessitates elevating a netminder to the big club.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Returns to minor-league affiliate

    DiPietro was reassigned to AHL Abbotsford on Wednesday, per CapFriendly.

    DiPietro remained as a practice player with the Canucks after Thatcher Demko and Jaroslav Halak cleared the COVID-19 protocols. Going forward, DiPietro will likely compete with Spencer Martin for playing time with Abbotsford.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Up to taxi squad

    DiPietro was added to the taxi squad Monday.

    DiPietro will serve as the emergency third option heading into the team's upcoming back-to-back versus Chicago and Nashville on Monday and Tuesday, respectively. Barring an injury to either Jaroslav Halak or Thatcher Demko, the 22-year-old DiPietro figures to head back to the minors during the All-Star break.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Heads to Abbotsford

    The Canucks reassigned DiPietro to AHL Abbotsford on Friday.

    The goalie vacates the taxi squad a day after joining it. DiPietro's only NHL game so far this season was Sunday's three-goal loss to St. Louis.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Transferred to taxi squad

    DiPietro was reassigned from the active roster to the taxi squad Thursday.

    The 22-year-old DiPietro was demoted to the taxi squad upon the return of Thatcher Demko and Jaroslav Halak from the NHL's COVID-19 protocols. DiPietro stopped 14 of 17 shots in Sunday's 3-1 loss to St. Louis. He is unlikely to make a second NHL appearance as long as Demko, Halak and Spencer Martin remain healthy.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Takes loss in season debut

    DiPietro allowed three goals on 17 shots in Sunday's 3-1 loss to the Blues.

    The Canucks, despite a depleted lineup, did well to shelter their young goalie from a lot of shots, but the Blues were opportunistic. DiPietro has drawn into three games in his career, but he's yet to earn his first NHL win. The 22-year-old is set to be the short-term No. 1 goalie for the Canucks until Jaroslav Halak or Thatcher Demko clears the COVID-19 protocols. If no goalies are eligible to return, DiPietro would get a tough task Tuesday against Leon Draisaitl, Connor McDavid and the Oilers.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Starting Sunday

    DiPietro will defend the blue paint Sunday against visiting St. Louis.

    DiPietro will make his NHL season debut Sunday against the Blues. The 22-year-old has posted a 4-7-2 record with a 3.19 GAA and an .896 save percentage with AHL Abbotsford in 2021-22. On the road this season, the Blues have gone 8-7-3 while averaging 31.1 shots on goal and 3.17 goals for.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Added to taxi squad

    DiPietro was elevated to the taxi squad Thursday.

    DiPietro figures to serve as an emergency third option for the Canucks while Jaroslav Halak (COVID-19 protocols) is sidelined. As such, fantasy players shouldn't be expecting the 22-year-old netminder to see any game action during his stint on the taxi squad.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Recalled on emergency basis

    DiPietro was recalled to the active roster from the taxi squad on an emergency basis Friday.

    Thatcher Demko is in the league's COVID-19 protocols, so DiPietro is set to serve as Spencer Martin's backup Friday against Florida. DiPietro will likely be removed from the active roster as soon as Demko is cleared to return.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Returning to AHL affiliate

    DiPietro was assigned from the taxi squad to AHL Abbotsford on Wednesday.

    DiPietro has recently served as an emergency goaltender with Jaroslav Halak (COVID-19 protocols) out. The 22-year-old DiPietro is unlikely to see much time at the NHL level this season.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Designated for taxi squad

    DiPietro is expected to be assigned to the taxi squad and join the Canucks on their road trip, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.

    DiPietro will be needed as an emergency option with the big club as Jaroslav Halak went into the COVID-19 protocols Saturday. Thatcher Demko and Spencer Martin are still expected to handle most of the goaltending duties while Halak is out.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Starting preseason matchup

    DiPietro will get the starting nod at home against the Flames on Monday, Ben Kuzma of The Vancouver Province reports.

    DiPietro has just two NHL games under his belt with his most recent outing coming during the 2019-20 campaign. The 22-year-old netminder shouldn't be expected to crack the 23-man roster for Opening Night and figures to remain in the minors for the bulk of the 2021-22 campaign.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Shuffles to AHL

    DiPietro was assigned to AHL Utica on Sunday, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.

    DiPietro has spent the season with the big club, but he hasn't drawn into a game. The 21-year-old should finally handle some game action in the minors. Last season, he played 36 games with AHL Utica, recording a 21-11-2 record and a .908 save percentage.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Recalled from taxi squad

    DiPietro was added to the active roster on an emergency basis Friday, CapFriendly reports.

    This move suggests that Thatcher Demko or Braden Holtby won't be available for Saturday's game against Ottawa but there's been no word of either of them needing to sit. DiPietro is still the No. 3 netminder on the depth chart and hasn't seen any NHL action this season.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Reassigned to taxi squad

    DiPietro was assigned to the taxi squad Wednesday, per CapFriendly.

    Thatcher Demko was able to dress as the backup for Tuesday's 6-3 win over the Maple Leafs, so DiPietro will likely hang around as the Canucks No. 3 goalie.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Tabbed for backup duties

    DiPietro was promoted to the active roster for Sunday's game against the Maple Leafs.

    DiPietro is expected to serve in a backup role behind Braden Holtby because Thatcher Demko still isn't ready after a stint in COVID-19 protocol. The 21-year-old DiPietro has spent the entire season on the taxi squad, and this will be his first time in the lineup this year.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Sent to taxi squad

    DiPietro (undisclosed) has been assigned to Vancouver's taxi squad, TSN reports.

    DiPietro was dealing with an injury at the end of last season, but he was a full participant in training camp. The 21-year-old backstop has appeared in two NHL contests over the past two seasons, posting an 0-1-0 record while registering a disastrous 7.06 GAA and .742 save percentage over that span.

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  • Canucks' Michael DiPietro: Won't play Friday

    DiPietro (undisclosed) will not be available in Game 7 against Vegas on Friday, Thomas Drance of The Athletic Vancouver reports.

    Louis Domingue will serve as the backup while DiPietro remains unavailable. The 21-year-old hasn't appeared in the postseason and it's unclear if he'll be ready next series if Vancouver moves on.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-0, 200 lbs
Birthplace: Windsor, ON
Age: 24
Experience: 4
Shoots: Left