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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Brossoit bounced between AHL Bakersfield and the NHL's Oilers last season. He appeared in just 14 games, maintaining a porous 3-7-1 record, 3.24 GAA and .883 save percentage. The British Columbia native was deemed expendable after failing to unseat Al Montoya as the primary backup in Oil Country. While he finds himself in a similar situation in Winnipeg -- the 25-year-old has virtually no shot at unseating Vezina Trophy finalist Connor Hellebuyck -- Brossoit should see more time in net in 2018-19 than he has in his previous four seasons, though his unimpressive record leaves little for owners to get excited about.
Brossoit delivered a stunningly effective stat line in a limited NHL sample last year, putting up a 4-1-0 record with a 1.99 GAA and .928 save percentage, but his AHL work doesn't support the notion of a breakout -- he put up just a .908 save mark in 21 minor-league games, though it was .920 the year before. he'll look to work on his consistency while seeing relatively little use in a backup role for the Oilers, who sent No. 1 netminder Cam Talbot out there for an NHL-high 73 appearances in 2016-17. That doesn't leave Brossoit with the promise of much fantasy value, though his team context means he'll be an intriguing play in daily formats when he does draw starts.
Brossoit is still viewed as the Oilers' top goaltending prospect left in the minors, but the organization's offseason acquisition of Cam Talbot suggests the team has already made a decision on its long-term future in goal. Still just 22 years old, Brossoit has time to change the organizational goaltending hierarchy, but at least for 2015-16, he'll stick at AHL Bakersfield barring an injury to Talbot or backup Anders Nilsson.
Brossoit will either start the season in the ECHL or roll as the backup to Richard Bachman in the AHL. His game needs work, so he'll spend a few seasons in the minors, honing his craft.