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Kiprusoff is slated to start Tuesday's game against the Predators, FAN 960's Pat Steinberg reports.
Kiprusoff stopped 32 of 33 shots in what may have been his final Calgary home game, leading the Flames to a 3-1 win over the Ducks.
Kiprusoff will get the call in net Friday against Anaheim in what could be his final home game as a Flame, the Calgary Sun reports.
Kiprusoff saved 36 of the 38 shots he faced during the Flames' 3-2 victory over the Red Wings on Wednesday.
Kiprusoff is struggling with a minor injury and may not see muc time between the pipes this week, the Calgary Sun reports.
Kiprusoff is slated to Friday's game against the Sharks, Sportsnet Radio's Pat Steinberg reports.
Kiprusoff only made three saves on six shots against the Oilers on Monday. He was pulled after 16:28 and got the loss.
Kiprussoff allowed five goals on 20 shots in Friday's loss to Columbus, his fourth loss in his last five starts.
Kiprusoff allowed just two goals on 35 shots, but took a 2-0 shot Tuesday against the Blackhawks.
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Kiprusoff allowed five goals on 23 shots in Friday's loss to Columbus, the second-consecutive game in which he and the Flames have allowed five goals.
Kiprusoff rejoined the Flames in Nashville after the birth of his child, and he will start Thursday against the Predators, the team's official site reports.
Kiprusoff will not travel to Dallas -- where the Flames play Monday -- due to the imminent birth of his second child, the team's official site reports.
Kiprusoff stopped 17 shots in Calgary's 6-3 win over Nashville, his second win in as many starts.
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The Kings battered Kiprusoff for six goals before he was pulled from the crease with 11:38 left in Saturday's game. He made 16 saves (.727) in his third start after a stint on the bench with a knee injury.
Kiprusoff stopped 32 shots in a winning effort against San Jose in his return from a sprained MCL on Wednesday night.
Kiprusoff had his own net in practice Monday and could start in goal Wednesday, the Calgary Herald reports.
Kiprusoff (lower body) skated Monday morning. He worked with assistant coach Clint Malarchuk and took some shots.
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Kiprusoff is downplaying his lower-body injury, cbssports.com reports. "I really believe that this is a short term injury and over the next days, I'll work toward being ready as soon as possible," the goalie noted Wednesday.
Kiprusoff had to leave Tuesday's win over the Red Wings due to a lower-body injury, the Associated Press reports. Said coach Bob Hartley: "He's going to be re-evaluated (Wednesday). I can't tell you any more."
Kiprusoff allowed two goals on 19 shots in regulation and overtime before yielding a single shootout tally as the Flames lost at home to Chicago in Saturday.
Kiprusoff will be in net Saturday against the Blackhawks, according to Roger Millions of SportsNet.
Kiprusoff collected his first win of the shortened season Saturday by stopping 17 shots at home against Edmonton.
Kiprusoff will get the start Sunday for the Flames' season opener, according to the Calgary Sun.
Kiprusoff will get the start Thursday against the Canucks, the team's official site reports.
Kiprusoff allowed two goals on 29 shots Wednesday, but took the loss in a 3-0 shutout against the Kings.
Kiprusoff will tend the twine for the Flames when they take on the Kings Wednesday, according to Pat Steinberg of Rogers SportsNet.
Kiprusoff made 35 saves on 39 shots to pick up his 34th win of the season Monday against Dallas.
Kiprusoff stopped 28 of 30 pucks through the first 65 minutes of action Thursday against Minnesota, then allowed one goal on four shootout tries to get stuck with the loss.
Kiprusoff will be in net for the Flames Thursday against the Wild, according to Roger Millions of SportsNet.
Kiprusoff made 31 saves Tuesday but allowed a goal 3:51 into overtime to take a 2-1 loss to the Avalanche.
Kiprusoff will get the start Tuesday in net against the Avalanche, the team's official site reports.
Kiprusoff only gave up one goal on 18 shots Sunday against Columbus, but he still took the loss in a shootout.
Kiprusoff will start in net for the Flames Thursday against the Coyotes, according to Pat Steinberg of Rogers SportsNet.
Kiprusoff will be in net for the Flames when they take on the Sharks Tuesday, according to Pat Steinberg of Rogers SportsNet.
Kiprusoff picked up his 31st win of the season by stopping 24 of the 27 shots he faced Sunday against Minnesota.
Kiprusoff stopped 42 of 45 shots Friday night as Calgary defeated Winnipeg 5-3. The win was his 30th of the season.
Kiprusoff struggled Tuesday, giving up four goals on 28 shots, but his offense bailed him out in a 5-4 win over Montreal.
Kiprusoff made 38 saves on 40 shots Sunday against Dallas, but still took the loss in a shootout.
Kiprusoff will tend the twine for the Flames Thursday against the Coyotes, according to Roger Millions of SportsNet.
Kiprusoff turned aside 21 of the 24 shots he faced Monday against St. Louis in a losing effort. He has now been on the losing end in four straight games.
Kiprusoff couldn't hold a three-goal lead Saturday; the Flyers scored four times in the final 25 minutes of regulation and went on to win in a shootout, 5-4.
Kiprusoff will handle the goaltending duties Saturday in the Flames face-off with the Flyers, according to Roger Millions of SportsNet.
Kiprusoff stopped 26 of 29 shots in regulation and overtime Thursday but let one get by him in the shootout, leading to a 4-3 loss to the Coyotes.
Kiprusoff had a rare off night Tuesday, giving up five goals on 34 shots and getting pulled after two periods in a 6-1 loss to Edmonton.
In the Battle of Alberta Kiprusoff will start in net for the Flames, according to Roger Millions of SportsNet.
Kiprusoff earned his pay, and maybe even a bit of a performance bonus, in Saturday's 1-0 whitewashing of the Kings. He stopped 28 shots to claim his fourth shutout of the campaign.
Kiprusoff took an overtime loss Thursday after stopping 29 shots in a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Dallas.
Kiprusoff won for the 25th time this season Saturday, stopping 29 shots in regulation and overtime and then stuffing Vancouver's Mason Raymond to cap a 3-2 shootout victory.
Kiprusoff will start Saturday against Vancouver, according to Pat Steinberg of FlamesNation.ca.
Kiprusoff turned aside 31 of the 33 shots he faced Monday against Anaheim, but took the loss in a shootout.
The Flames will turn to Kiprusoff Tuesday when they take on the Red Wings, according to Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun.
Kiprusoff's 26 saves weren't enough to get the Flames a win Tuesday, as the one goal he allowed was the difference in a 1-0 loss to San Jose.
Kiprusoff stopped 21 shots as the Flames beat archrival Edmonton on Saturday, 6-2. He allowed two meaningless third-period goals, but the game was settled by that point.
Kiprusoff will square off against the Oilers on Saturday, according to Pat Steinberg of FAN 960.
Kiprusoff made 31 saves and stopped two of three shots in the shootout to get a 2-1 win over the Kings on Thursday.
Kiprusoff allowed three goals on 23 shots in Saturday's loss to Los Angeles. The Kings added an empty-netter in the final minute to make the final score 4-1.
Kiprusoff will start Saturday against the Kings, according to Pat Steinberg of FlamesNation.ca.
Kiprusoff stopped all 23 shots that came his way Thursday in a 1-0 OT victory over the Ducks.
Kiprusoff will be in net for the Flames when they take on the Ducks, according to Pat Steinberg of FAN 960.
Kiprusoff got his second straight win Tuesday, making 35 saves in a 5-3 win over New Jersey.
Kiprusoff will start against New Jersey on Tuesday, Bergen Record writer Tom Gulitti reports.
Kiprusoff got the win he needed Saturday, shutting down the Wild as Calgary won at home, 3-1. He stopped 27 shots in the victory.
Kiprusoff is expected to start Saturday against Minnesota, according to Pat Steinberg of FlamesNation.ca.
Kiprusoff will likely get the night off Thursday in favor of Leland Irving, the Calgary Sun reports.
Kiprusoff gave up three goals on 21 shots in Tuesday's loss to Calgary, his third loss in as many starts.
Kiprusoff stopped 31 of 33 shots Thursday against the Islanders, but got just one goal of offensive support and was stuck with the loss.
Kiprusoff will start Thursday's game against the Islanders, according to Roger Millions of SportsNet Calgary.
Kiprusoff won his third-consecutive start, turning away all but one of the 28 shots he faced in Tuesday's shootout win over Columbus.
Kiprusoff won his second straight game with 29 stops in a 3-2 victory against Detroit on Thursday.
The Flames will start Kiprusoff on Tuesday against the Wild, according to Roger Millions of SportsNet Calgary.
Kiprusoff faced just 18 shots Thursday against the Avalanche and stopped 16 of them to pick up a 3-2 win.
Kiprusoff gave up six goals on 34 shots Thursday against Carolina, including two scores in the final minute of play, but he was the beneficiary of a seven-goal outburst by the Calgary offense and picked up the win.
Kiprusoff made four saves in relief of Henrik Karlsson as the Flames fell 5-1 to the Canucks on Sunday.
Kiprusoff won his 11th game of the season Saturday, stopping 26 shots to beat the Oilers, 5-3.
Kiprusoff was the victim of a Blue Jackets' rally Thursday night, ultimately taking a 4-3 shootout loss in front of the home crowd in Calgary.
Kiprusoff will serve as the Flames starter against the Predators on Tuesday, according to Roger Millions of Rogers Sportsnet Calgary.
Kiprusoff made 25 stops against the Red Wings but yielded three third-period goals to take a 5-3 loss Wednesday.
Kiprusoff saved 36 shots as the Flames held off a Colorado rally Saturday, claiming a 4-3 win.