Connor Ingram records fifth career NHL shutout

Connor Ingram (Quintin Soloviev, Wikimeda Commons)

Arizona Coyotes goaltender Connor Ingram of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan recorded his fifth career National Hockey League shutout on Friday. He accomplished the feat in a 2-0 Coyotes win over the Anaheim Ducks at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

Ingram made 28 saves. He made 10 saves in the first period, seven saves in the second period, and 11 saves in the third period. Sam Carrick of Markham, Ontario, Jamie Drysdale of Toronto, Ontario and Frank Vatrano led the Ducks with three shots on goal. Lawson Crouse of Mount Brydges, Ontario was one of the two goal scorers for the Coyotes.

In 2023-24, Ingram has a record of 13 wins. seven losses, and four shutouts, to go along with a goals against average of 2.49 and a save percentage of .919. Ingram’s other three shutouts this season came in a 2-0 Coyotes win over the Vegas Golden Knights on November 25, in a 6-0 Coyotes win over the Washington Capitals on December 4, and in a 1-0 Coyotes win over the San Jose Sharks on December 15. Ingram’s four NHL shutouts this season are tied for the most in the NHL alongside Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry of Surrey, British Columbia. Ingram’s other NHL career shutout came in a 1-0 Coyotes win over the Tampa Bay Lightning on February 15, 2023.

With the win, the Coyotes improve to a record of 19 wins, 14 regulation losses and two losses in extra time for 40 points. They are seventh in the Western Conference.


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