|Fantasy Points by Week. Note: Points are rounded down.|
|03/08/2014||Ryan O'Reilly, C COL||Cam Fowler, D ANA|
Henrik Sedin, C VAN
Craig Anderson, G OTT
|03/07/2014||Craig Anderson, G OTT|
Wayne Simmonds, RW PHI
|Tomas Plekanec, C MON|
Josh Harding, G MIN
|03/06/2014||Craig Anderson, G OTT||Evgeni Nabokov, G NYI|
Dustin Penner, LW WAS
|Last 10 Games|
|Sens' Anderson Starting Saturday |
|(3/7/14) Craig Anderson will start Saturday's game in Winnipeg.|
|Sens' Anderson Stops 24 In Loss |
|(3/5/14) Craig Anderson allowed four goals on 28 shots in Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the Flames.|
|Sens Roll With Anderson On Wednesday |
|(3/5/14) Craig Anderson is slated to start Wednesday's game against the Flames, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.|
|Sens' Anderson Falls To Oilers |
|(3/5/14) Craig Anderson allowed three goals on 30 shots in Tuesday's loss to Edmonton.|
|Sens' Anderson Confirmed As Starter |
|(3/5/14) Craig Anderson has been confirmed as the starter for Tuesday's game against the Oilers, James Gordon of the Ottawa Citizen reports.|
Sens' Anderson Starting Saturday
Anderson will start Saturday's game in Winnipeg.Anderson will start for the fourth game in a row, after surrendering four goals on 28 shots in Wednesday's loss to the Flames. The Sens haven't been playing well lately, but the same is true of Saturday's opponent in Winnipeg.
Granlund, Ortio lead Flames past Senators, 4-1
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) Markus Granlund's first NHL goal helped fellow rookie Joni Ortio record his first NHL win and the Calgary Flames beat the Ottawa Senators 4-1 on Wednesday night.
Sens Roll With Anderson On Wednesday
Anderson is slated to start Wednesday's game against the Flames, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.Anderson, who allowed three goals on 30 shots in Tuesday's loss to Edmonton, will try to bounce back Wednesday against a Flames' team that will counter with Joni Ortio in goal in the wake of the team's trade of Reto Berra to the Avs.
Sens' Anderson Falls To Oilers
Anderson allowed three goals on 30 shots in Tuesday's loss to Edmonton.Anderson failed to build on the success he experienced during Sunday's victory in Vancouver, but fortunately for him, Robin Lehner has been struggling mightily of late and is currently providing no meaningful challenge to Anderson's position as Ottawa's No. 1 netminder.
Hemsky, Oilers slip past Senators 3-2
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) If it was Ales Hemsky's last game with the Edmonton Oilers, he went out on a high note.
|Craig Anderson missed about a month-and-a-half of the shortened season in 2013, and it very well may have cost him the Vezina Trophy. He finished the regular season leading the NHL with a 1.69 GAA and a save percentage of .941. Despite those sparkling numbers, Anderson's record was just 12-9-2, which can be attributed to a mostly innocuous Senators offense that ranked 27th in the league at 2.33 goals-per-game. If the stars align, Anderson should get more offensive support in 2013-14. Robin Lehner, Ottawa's backup, played well last season, but has yet to be tested as a full-time backup through an 82-game NHL schedule. Since Anderson should get the majority of the starts between the pipes for the Sens, don't be surprised if Anderson is the first goalie off the board on draft day. (Updated 8/12/13) |