G - NYR
Alexandar Georgiev stopped 25 of 27 shots faced, helping the Rangers defeat the visiting Blackhawks, 3-2. Both goals against came on questionable plays; the first was a result of a likely high stick, and the second was forced into the net after a net-mouth scramble.
Georgiev will look to carry this momentum into the next stretch of games, where he will be forced to step up until Igor Shesterkin returns from injury. He's an option if you need a stop-gap at goaltender.
Alexandar Georgiev had an abysmal showing, allowing six goals on 39 shots in an overtime loss to Edmonton on Friday night.
Georgiev has been quite poor to start the season. He belongs on the waiver wire; Shesterkin is the only Rangers goalie worth a roster spot.
Alexandar Georgiev stopped 24-of-27 shots during the Rangers 6-3 win versus New Jersey.
Georgiev drew the start due to a groin strain injury to Igor Shesterkin. In 10 games played this season, Georgiev has a 4-2-2 record with a 2.79 GAA and a .906 SV%.
Alexandar Georgiev stopped 29 of 34 shots faced as the Rangers managed to outlast the Capitals 6-5 in OT Thursday evening.
Georgiev was far from sharp in this contest as he coughed up leads for the Rangers on four separate occasions throughout the contest. Still, he did just enough to keep the Rangers in the game and get the win. He will improve his record to 17-14-1 with a 3.05 GAA and 0.910 SV% in 33 outings.
Alexandar Georgiev will be between the pipes for Thursday's home contest against the Washington Capitals.
Georgiev is coming off of a 3-1 loss to the St. Louis Blues Tuesday night. He allowed a pair of goals on 21 shots faced. The third goal was an empty-netter as the Rangers dropped their third straight game. Georgiev currently possesses a 16-14-1 record with a 2.98 GAA and 0.912 SV% in 32 appearances this year.