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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Curtis Joseph
Sasha Yodashkin explores the situation between the pipes as team's gear up for the playoff run, with an added focus on veteran netminders poised to reach new milestones.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
At 41, Cujo is riding the coat tails of a once-glorious career. He's a pure back-up who was brought into town to do three things: spell off Vesa Toskala every once in a while, keep the fans happy and mentor Justin Pogge. None of those gigs offer fantasy value.
CuJo had the lion's share of the wins for the Coyotes last season and is ready to be features again between the pipes. The team in front of him has improved in every area, so he should be in line for a few more wins. There is competition at backup, so if he falters, there is someone to snap up the starting job. CuJo will make a nice second or third goalie on fantasy squads.
As part of its move to win now, Phoenix signed CuJo after his 2003-04 season was plagued with injuries. He missed 28 games in the 2003-04 season. CuJo though, did have a quality 2004 playoffs with a 1.39 GAA and .939 saving percentage. Entering his 16th NHL season, how much that is left in his tank is hard to tell, and it could be that his best days are behind him. Plus, the Coyotes have a talented backup goalie in Brian Bouchard. Like Brett Hull, Joseph's name might put him higher in your draft than his worth. Let someone else take him.