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The Vancouver Canucks will start goaltender Michael DiPietro on Sunday against the St. Louis Blues, with all other options seemingly exhausted.
Starter Thatcher Demko and backup Jaroslav Halak are out and third-stringer Spencer Martin is also likely out.
Furthermore, AHL goalie Arturs Silovs is also unavailable for duty.
This leaves the 22-year-old DiPietro to control the crease.
DiPietro has appeared in 13 games for the Abbotsford Canucks this season.
The native of Windsor, Ont., has made two career appearances at the NHL level, both with the Canucks (2018-19, 2019-2020). In his only NHL start on Feb. 11, 2019, DiPietro surrendered seven goals on 24 shots.
This will be the fourth different goalie to start for the Canucks this season.
University of British Columbia's Rylan Toth will serve as the backup for the Canucks on Sunday.
The Senators will turn to Anton Forsberg in net Sunday evening against the Columbus Blue Jackets, head coach D.J. Smith said.
Smith added there will be a few other lineup changes on Sunday.
Matt Murray stopped 30 of 33 shots Saturday as the Sens fell 3-2 to the Washington Capitals in overtime.
Forsberg is 6-6-1 with a goals-against average of 3.07 and a save percentage of .917 in 15 games so far this season.
Meanwhile, Smith said defenceman Nikita Zaitsev and forward Connor Brown are hopeful to return to the lineup after the All-Star Break.
Connor Hellebuyck will get the start in net for the Jets Sunday against the Penguins, reports Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press.
Hellebuyck will go up against Tristan Jarry, who the Penguins tweeted will start Sunday morning.
Hellebuyck is 14-12-5 with a goals-against average of 2.83 and a save percentage of .912. Jarry is 21-7-4 with a GAA of 2.10 and a save percentage of .928.