Anton Khudobin RUMORS & NEWS

  • Dallas Stars goalie Anton Khudobin placed in COVID-19 protocol

    Sportsnaut "Dallas Stars goaltender Anton Khudobin was placed in the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol on Saturday. Jake Oettinger will get the start in Saturday’s road game against the Carolina Hurricanes in place of Khudobin, who had COVID-19 last offseason. Dallas coach Rick..." April 03

  • Anton Khudobin doesn't start for Stars against Blackhawks after apology

    NHL.com "Anton Khudobin apologized Monday for being late to practice Saturday but did not start when the Dallas Stars hosted the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday (FS-SW, NBCSCH, NHL.TV). "It was a tough decision," coach Rick Bowness said Tuesday about not starting Khudobin...." February 09

  • Anton Khudobin apologizes for being late to practice

    NHL.com "Anton Khudobin apologized for being late to practice Saturday, but it is unclear if the goalie will start when the Dallas Stars host the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday (8:30 p.m. ET; FS-SW, NBCSCH, NHL.TV). "I'm happy to be back," Khudobin said Monday. "Yes,..." February 08

  • Anton Khudobin to be absent from game vs. Chicago as Stars handle ‘internal issue’

    Dallas Morning News "Anton Khudobin won’t be in goal for the Stars on Sunday afternoon against Chicago. He won’t be on the bench either. Instead, Khudobin will be scratched as the team handles “an internal issue that we’ll deal with internally,” coach Rick Bowness said..." February 06

  • Anton Khudobin reveals he battled COVID-19 for 3 weeks during offseason

    The Score "Dallas Stars goaltender Anton Khudobin revealed he had a three-week bout with COVID-19 during the offseason, according to The Athletic's Sean Shapiro. Khudobin missed the beginning of training camp due to visa and quarantine issues, but he took..." January 13

  • Anton Khudobin expected to be ready for training camp for Stars after sugery

    NHL.com "Anton Khudobin is expected to be ready for training camp after the Dallas Stars goalie had surgery to fix a nerve issue in his right arm in October. "He's back to 100 percent and doing well," Stars general manager Jim Nill said Friday. The NHL has targeted..." November 20