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Week of November 22-28

Great Options

Jack Campbell - Toronto Maple Leafs: Campbell has been one of the most significant players on the Maple Leafs roster as of late. He is riding a four-game win streak, which includes two shutouts on November 10th against the Philadelphia Flyers and on November 16th against the Nashville Predators. In the other two games during his four-game win streak, Campbell allowed no more than one goal. Campbell has started 14 games this season, during which he earned a record of 10-3-1. Campbell’s save percentage sits at .944 and his GAA is at an impressive 1.63. Campbell has the lowest GAA and highest save percentage out of any goalie in the league that has started at least three games.

John Gibson - Anaheim Ducks: Gibson and the Anaheim Ducks have been posting some impressive performances as of late. Gibson has only one regulation loss in his past nine starts. The 28-year-old has a record of 9-3-2 in 14 games played. His save percentage sits at .926 and his GAA is at 2.31. Currently, the Ducks sit third in the Western Conference. With the support Gibson is getting from the rest of his team, he becomes a must-start in net. Anaheim plays the Nashville Predators, Colorado Avalanche, Ottawa Senators, and Toronto Maple Leafs this upcoming week.

Andrei Vasilevskiy - Tampa Bay Lightning: After a surprisingly underwhelming start to the year, Vasilevskiy has returned to his consistent level of play. He has not earned a regulation loss since October 19th against the Florida Panthers. Vasilevskiy has also not posted a save percentage below .900 in any game during the entire month of November. He has appeared in 13 contests so far during this 2021-2022 season. His record sits at 8-2-3. Vasilevskiy has a save percentage of .922 and a GAA of 2.25. Tampa Bay plays the Philadelphia Flyers, Seattle Kraken and Minnesota Wild this upcoming week. These matchups provide Vasilevskiy with plenty of opportunity to continue boosting his numbers

Juuse Saros - Nashville Predators: Saros has been posting good performances ever since the latter part of October. He has just one regulation loss in the month of November, which came during a game on the 16th against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Despite picking up a loss, Saros still posted good numbers in that game. He allowed two goals on 33 shots for a save percentage of .939. His season record this year now sits at 7-5-1. He has a save percentage of .928 and a GAA of 2.16. Nashville plays the Anaheim Ducks, Vegas Golden Knights, New Jersey Devils, and Colorado Avalanche this week.

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Good Options

Cam Talbot - Minnesota Wild: Talbot alternated between wins and losses this past week. He had a tough showing in the November 16th game against the San Jose Sharks, during which he allowed four goals on just 21 shots. However, he followed that up by earning a win against the Dallas Stars on November 18th. In the matchup against the Stars, Talbot allowed two goals on 38 shots to post a save percentage of .947. Through his first 13 games, Talbot’s record sits at 9-4-0. He has a save percentage of .906 and a GAA of 2.85. The Wild play against the New Jersey Devils, Winnipeg Jets and Tampa Bay Lightning this upcoming week.

Spencer Knight - Florida Panthers: Although Knight is not the go-to netminder in Florida, he provided a solid indication of what kind of player he can be this past week. On November 18th against the New Jersey Devils, Knight made an impressive 45 saves on 46 shots to help his team come out with a major win. His play in that game was the deciding factor, as he made a plethora of great saves to keep the Devils offense at bay. That game was a career-high in terms of saves for the 20-year-old and it is evident that he has an impressive future ahead of him. So far this season Knight has appeared in eight games, during which he has a record of 5-2-1. His save percentage sits at .904 and his GAA is at 2.98.

Mikko Koskinen - Edmonton Oilers: Koskinen is surrounded by an incredibly talented and dynamic team. Thus, his record is impressive so far as it sits at 9-2-0. However, Koskinen’s individual numbers have not been great as of late. Koskinen has not posted a single-game save percentage above .900 since November 3rd. In three of his last four games played, Koskinen has allowed at least four goals. He is a good option because despite not having the best level of individual play, he can always count on the rest of his team to bail him out and inflate his numbers. Koskinen’s save percentage sits at .910 and his GAA is at 2.96. The Oilers play the Dallas Stars, Arizona Coyotes, and Vegas Golden Knights this week.

Bad Options

Chris Driedger - Seattle Kraken: Goaltending is a major concern at the moment for the Kraken. Driedger has started two games this season, but has not picked up a single win. It is evident that he is not a reliable back-up for Grubauer so far. Driedger has a save percentage of .791 and a GAA of 4.78 this season. He had a particularly concerning performance against the Colorado Avalanche on November 19th, during which he allowed four goals on just 13 shots and was pulled from the game. With COVID-19 continuing to be a constant concern, having strong goaltender depth is necessary for teams to be successful. As for now, in a daily fantasy scenario where Driedger gets the start, he should be avoided.

Philipp Grubauer - Seattle Kraken: The Kraken’s go-to goalie has not been performing up to the mark either. Despite putting up great numbers in Colorado, Grubauer has been unable to find that same momentum in Seattle. He has a record of 4-8-1 through 13 games started this season. His save percentage sits at .875 and his GAA is at 3.27. Grubauer has five losses in his past six starts. He has not won a game since back on November 4th against the Buffalo Sabres, which was his only win in the month of November. Seattle has a tough week ahead, as they play the Carolina Hurricanes, Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Panthers.