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Week of January 17-23

Great Options

Jack Campbell - Toronto Maple Leafs: There is no question right now regarding Campbell being an excellent choice in the crease. He has just one regulation loss in his past 11 outings. In his past five games, Campbell has posted a sub-.900 save percentage just once. Campbell’s record sits at 18-5-3 on the year. His save percentage is at .935 and his GAA is currently at 2.02. As of now, Campbell is a must-start. The Maple Leafs will take a trip down to the Big Apple, as they play the New York Rangers and the New York Islanders this week.

Tristan Jarry - Pittsburgh Penguins: Jarry posted his worst statistical performance in quite a while during his last outing against the Los Angeles Kings on January 13th. That was a high-pressure game for Jarry, as the Kings levied 45 shots on net. He allowed six to go in and ended his game with a save percentage of .867. That one matchup aside, Jarry has been posting good numbers. His record sits at 18-7-4. He has a save percentage of .929 and a GAA of 2.05. This week the Penguins play the Vegas Golden Knights, Ottawa Senators, Columbus Blue Jackets, and Winnipeg Jets.

Sergei Bobrovsky - Florida Panthers: Bobrovsky heads into this next week on a three-game win streak. He had an especially impressive game on January 11th against the Vancouver Canucks, where he made 42 saves on 44 shots to post a save percentage of .955. Bobrovsky’s record through 26 starts is at 18-3-3. He has a save percentage of .921, along with a GAA of 2.49. This next week is a busy one for Florida, providing Bobrovsky with plenty of opportunity to keep his positive momentum rolling. The Panthers face off against the Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers, Vancouver Canucks, and Seattle Kraken this week.

Linus Ullmark - Boston Bruins: Ullmark has just one loss in his past eight starts for the Bruins. Additionally, he has earned victories and posted save percentages above .900 in his past three appearances. Two of those games were against difficult opponents in the Tampa Bay Lightning and Washington Capitals. Ullmark might be an interesting choice to roll with in a daily fantasy scenario. He has a record of 12-5-0, along with a save percentage of .919 and a GAA of 2.48. The Bruins play the Carolina Hurricanes, Washington Capitals and Winnipeg Jets this upcoming week.

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Good Options

John Gibson - Anaheim Ducks: Gibson entered COVID-19 protocol back on January 6th and should be nearing his return to the crease. As of Saturday, the 28-year-old still remains sidelined. He played his last game on January 4th, where he earned a win against the Philadelphia Flyers. When he does return to the crease, Gibson is a good choice to go with because regardless of how the rest of his team performs, he always posts good individual numbers. His record sits at 12-9-6. Gibson has a save percentage of .917 and a GAA of 2.64. The Ducks have just two games this week, one against the Colorado Avalanche and the other against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Both are poised to be difficult contests for Anaheim.

Jake Oettinger - Dallas Stars: Oettinger had his worst showing of the season on January 14th against the Florida Panthers. During that game, Oettinger allowed four goals on 17 shots during an ice time of 26:03. That one performance aside, the young 23-year-old has been having himself a pretty decent year. Through 13 total games played, he has a save percentage of .915 and a GAA of 2.47. His record sits at 9-3-0. Dallas plays the Montreal Canadiens, Buffalo Sabres and Detroit Red Wings.

Bad Options

Jacob Markstrom - Calgary Flames: Markstrom is in a bit of a performance slump at the moment. He only has one game in his past five appearances where he has cracked a save percentage above .900. This might be a time to consider Markstrom as an option to avoid. His record sits at 12-8-5. He has a save percentage of .924 and a GAA of 2.23. The Flames play the Florida Panthers and Edmonton Oilers this week.

Ilya Samsonov - Washington Capitals: Samsonov was dealing with a non-COVID illness, but returned to the Washington lineup on January 10th. He served as a backup in that game. Even prior to his absence, Samsonov’s numbers were underwhelming and his performances were largely inconsistent. He has a save percentage of .903 and a GAA of 2.76. The Capitals are a very talented team overall and provide Samsonov with tons of support, so his numbers should be far better. His record sits at 13-3-3. The Capitals play the Winnipeg Jets, Boston Bruins and Ottawa Senators next week.