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Remember that GAA is calculated as:
(Goals Allowed * 60) / Minutes Played
So if a goalie plays 60 mins and allows 4 goals, his GAA is 4.00
But if he plays 45 min and allows 4 goals, his GAA is (4x60) / 45 --> 5.33GAA
Your weekly goalie stats aren't simply your goalies' GAA's averaged out . . . it's still calculated with the same equation. So Conklin's total minutes played this week plus Miller total minutes played is what you use;
([Conklin's goals allowed + Miller's goals allowed] x 60) divided by [Conklin's minutes played + Miller's minutes played].
Conklin was pulled last game, so his minutes played will affect your overall GAA.
Does that make sense?