Jarry continues to collect shutouts

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Week of November 29 - December 5

Great Options

Tristan Jarry - Pittsburgh Penguins: Jarry is riding some amazing momentum, as he has now picked up five straight wins. In three of those five games Jarry earned himself a shutout, such as in his most recent game against the New York Islanders on November 26th where he stopped all of the 25 shots he was faced with. He is truly playing some of his best hockey and this is a great time to capitalize on that. Jarry has a record of 10-4-3, with a save percentage of .936 and a GAA of 1.91. The Penguins will play the Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers and Vancouver Canucks this upcoming week.

Ilya Samsonov - Washington Capitals: Samsonov and the Capitals are playing some great hockey right now. Samsonov has wins in his past seven consecutive starts. His one and only loss this season was an overtime loss that came all the way back on October 23rd. On November 17th and November 20th he picked up two consecutive shutouts during Washington’s California trip. However, his individual numbers in his past two appearances have not been as impressive. Samsonov has gone his past two games without cracking a .900 save percentage; however, the positive takeaway is that he still earned wins in both of those matchups. If Samsonov is ever having an off night, his team has the ability to bail him out and inflate his numbers. He has a record of 8-0-1, with a save percentage of .915 and a GAA of 2.30.

Jack Campbell - Toronto Maple Leafs: Campbell has only one loss in his past six appearances. Even in his losses, Campbell still manages to put up good individual stats. There have been only two games this season where Campbell failed to post a save percentage over .900. The last time that happened was on November 8th during a loss to the Los Angeles Kings. Campbell has a record of 11-4-1. He has a save percentage of .943 and a GAA of 1.68. The Maple Leafs will face off against the Colorado Avalanche, Minnesota Wild and Winnipeg Jets this week.

Jacob Markstrom - Calgary Flames: Markstrom has won his past three consecutive games. One of those games was against the Buffalo Sabres on November 18th, in which Markstrom stopped all of the 27 shots he was faced with to earn a shutout. His record currently sits at 8-3-4. During his 15 appearances this season, Markstrom has a save percentage of .940 and a GAA of 1.73. The Calgary Flames will play the Pittsburgh Penguins, Los Angeles Kings, Anaheim Ducks, and Vegas Golden Knights this next week.

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Good Options

Jake Oettinger - Dallas Stars: Oettinger only has four starts and five total appearances this season, but has dazzled in all of this outings. His record sits at a perfect 4-0-0 so far. He has not allowed more than two goals in a game and the lowest single-game save percentage he has posted this season is .933. His save percentage so far sits at .959 and Oettinger also has a GAA of 1.26. The only reason that the 22-year-old netminder is not considered a great option just yet is his limited starts. However, as of now if he is between the pipes then he is a must-start.

Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings: Quick went on a great run from October 31st till November 11th. During that time he won four consecutive games. However, Quick has not won a game since the 11th. He has two losses and an overtime loss in his past three starts. With the exception of a loss to the Maple Leafs on November 24th, Quick’s individual stats, even in his losses, have been pretty good. He has a save percentage of .928 and a GAA of 2.25. His record currently sits at 4-5-2. The Kings play the Anaheim Ducks, Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers next week.

Scott Wedgewood - Arizona Coyotes: Wedgewood’s 2021-2022 stats have improved for the better since moving from New Jersey to Arizona. With the Devils, Wedgewood had a record of 0-2-1, along with a save percentage of .880 and a GAA of 3.20. In Arizona, Wedgewood has a record of 3-2-1. His save percentage since the move is .933 and his GAA is 2.36. His individual stats as of late have been pretty good and he has been holding his own against tough competitors. In a daily fantasy scenario Wedgewood could perhaps be an interesting choice. This upcoming week Arizona will play the Winnipeg Jets, Minnesota Wild and Vegas Golden Knights.

Bad Options

Philipp Grubauer - Seattle Kraken: Grubauer posted two good performances on November 21st and November 24th against two very solid teams, the Washington Capitals and the Carolina Hurricanes. The problem is that those were his two best games of the year and he followed them up by allowing three goals on 26 shots during a loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning on November 26th. He is still unable to find a consistent level of play and that makes him a very unreliable choice. However, Grubauer is not a goalie to give up on. He has showcased that he has a high potential ceiling and perhaps he will make the needed adjustments to return to his old level of play. Grubauer has a record of 6-9-1, with a save percentage of .890 and a GAA of 3.03.

Darcy Kuemper - Colorado Avalanche: Kuemper has failed to crack a .900 save percentage in his past four consecutive outings. Kuemper had a particularly rough showing against the Ottawa Senators on November 22nd, during which he allowed five goals on 20 shots to post a save percentage of .750. His record so far sits at 9-5-0. Kuemper has a save percentage of .903 and a GAA of 2.84. Colorado will play the Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators this next week.