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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring David Rittich
The Rangers have only played three games this season, which could have some fantasy players overlooking their top line against the Devils on Thursday, something Russ Prentice thinks would be a mistake.
The Flames are in a great spot Tuesday at home against the Flyers, which unsurprisingly puts their top line at the top of Russ Prentice's rankings.
Sasha Yodashkin recommends a Jets stack Sunday against visiting Pittsburgh.
Auston Matthews is likely to get plenty of attention from fantasy players Thursday, but RotoWire's Russ Prentice explains why they should focus on the other side of that game.
Calgary's top line has the best matchup of the night, but RotoWire's Russ Prentice breaks down a number of others that could be high scoring as well.
2018 Fantasy Outlook
Heading into the 2018-19 season, Rittich has a strong chance to win the backup job as the primary backup to Mike Smith in Calgary. While American prospect Jon Gillies figures to compete with Rittich for the No. 2 spot, the Czech-born netminder does have a slight leg up, possessing more NHL experience than his main competitor. A stocky goalie who takes up a lot of real estate in the cage at 6-foot-3, 202 pounds, Rittich appeared in 21 games with the Flames last season, recording a 2.92 GAA and .904 save percentage before an arbiter awarded him a one-year, $800,000 deal this offseason. Whether Rittich spends more of his time with the NHL or AHL team, he's unlikely to get enough starts to warrant much fantasy attention, especially if Mike Smith stays healthy.