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Not in a panic mode on this because if I'm correct I know it will be fixed sooner rather then later
If I remember right from past seasons that if a game ends in a 0-0 tie after regulation that both goalies get credited with a shutout or does it have to go to a shootout for both to get the shutout? The reason I'm asking is because I have Ryan Miller in two leagues and he lost to Brodeur last night 1-0 in overtime.
right, has to go to shootout.
"If one goalie plays all regulation (regular + OT or 65 minutes) then he will be credited with a shutout, even in a 0-0 tie. Even if a backup goalie comes in after 65 minutes for the shootout, the goalie to allow no goals during all regulation minutes will be credited with the shutout. In the case of a 0-0 tie after 65 minutes of regulation and overtime, both goalies, if they played all minutes, will be awarded a shutout.
Note: If one goalie did not play the entire game, and instead two goalies were to play during regulation time (regular + OT) for one team and allow no goals, it will be a shutout awarded to the "team", neither goalie for that team will be credited with a shutout."
- 1 Reply to quizzical
yeah the more I thought about it the more I was sure it had to go to a shootout for both goalies to get a shutout
Not sure about the OTL's as far as fantasy goes since I've never played in a league where losses were a category.
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