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Shots on Goal: Goalie Drama

Peter Maingot

Peter Maingot

Peter has been covering fantasy sports for Rotowire for over 10 years. He's covered hockey, football and basketball over the past decade but now focuses strictly on the frozen game. From the Great White North, Peter is a strong proponent of physical, up tempo hockey.


Whether it's a timeshare situation or the number one guy is temporarily out of action, we'll take a look around the league to see the latest developments and offer our input on what it all means in the greater roto picture. It's still incredibly early and the next two weeks will help answer many of these questions.

While we're only two weeks into the new campaign there are a few teams that honestly look terrible - Buffalo, Edmonton, Philadelphia, Carolina, Florida - while some others should get better - Washington, NY Rangers, New Jersey. Out of those eight teams just mentioned we'd rank their goalies' fantasy outlook like this: Lundqvist, Holtby, Miller (trade value), Schneider, Ward, Brodeur, Mason, ignore the rest.


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