Martin Jones
Sharks' Martin Jones: Shuts down Canadiens with 31-save win
Martin Jones, G, SJ
2:06 AM
News: Jones saved 31 of 32 shots during Friday's win over Montreal.

Jones has won three consecutive starts with just three goals allowed and a .962 save percentage. He's a reliable No. 1 fantasy goalie who receives the lion's share of starts and is up to a 13 wins and a .924 save percentage for the season with two goals or fewer allowed in eight of his past 11 starts.

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Carey Price
Canadiens' Carey Price: Does his part with 28-save night
Carey Price, G, MON
2:00 AM
News: Price saved 28 of 30 shots during Friday's loss to San Jose.

Price has now allowed two goals or fewer in 14 of his 17 starts this season and remains an elite fantasy option. He's facing 29.7 shots per game, which allows him to rack up saves and provide a high floor in all fantasy settings. Additionally, his salary still hasn't become too prohibitive to fade him against favorable opponents in daily contests.

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Devan Dubnyk
Wild's Devan Dubnyk: Plays well in shootout loss to Flames
Devan Dubnyk, G, MIN
1:06 AM
News: Dubnyk saved 29 of 31 shots during a shootout loss to Calgary on Friday.

A lack of wins is the only thing holding Dubnyk back from being the No. 1 goalie in fantasy hockey this season. He entered Friday's game with a .946 save percentage, a 1.66 GAA and four shutouts. However, despite his incredible play, he has just nine wins over 18 starts. View Dubnyk as a high-end goalie option in all fantasy settings.

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Chad Johnson
Flames' Chad Johnson: Wins ninth game of season
Chad Johnson, G, CGY
1:00 AM
News: Johnson saved 23 of 25 shots to win his fifth game of the season Friday against Minnesota.

Through his past nine starts, Johnson has allowed two goals or fewer in seven outings with a .949 save percentage, seven wins and three shutouts. He's a must-own goalie in all seasonal leagues at this stage, and Johnson continues to present nice value in daily contests. His strong play has legs, too. Johnson owns a .922 save percentage since the beginning of the 2015-16 campaign.

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Mike Smith
Coyotes' Mike Smith: Gets starting nod for Saturday's contest
Mike Smith, G, ARI
12/2/2016
News: Smith will start between the pipes in Saturday's home game against Columbus, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.

Smith was a bit shaky in his last start, surrendering four goals on 33 shots in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Kings. The veteran netminder will look to bounce back in a highly unfavorable matchup with a Blue Jackets offense averaging an impressive 3.18 goals per game this season, second in the NHL.

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Ryan Miller
Canucks' Ryan Miller: In net Saturday
Ryan Miller, G, VAN
12/2/2016
News: Miller will defend the cage against Toronto on Saturday, Dan Murphy of Sportsnet reports.

Miller has struggled throughout the start of the season, as he has posted a 4-9-0 record with a .907 save percentage, yet remains the No. 1 option in goal for Vancouver. The veteran's saving grace is that backup Jacob Markstrom has not done much to distinguish himself. Miller goes up a dangerous group of youngster in the Leafs who are capable of scoring in bunches.

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Frederik Andersen
Maple Leafs' Frederik Andersen: Will start in net Saturday
Frederik Andersen, G, TOR
12/2/2016
News: Andersen will be starting in goal for Saturday's game against Vancouver, Mark Masters of TSN reports.

The Dane missed Friday's practice with illness, but will be ready to go Saturday. After a bit of a slow start to the season, he has caught fire recently with a 1.85 goals against average and a .940 save percentage in his last six games. The Canucks are the second lowest team in the league with 2.21 goals per game, so Andersen has a good shot at continuing his hot streak.

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Henrik Lundqvist
Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: In goal against Carolina
Henrik Lundqvist, G, NYR
12/2/2016
News: Lundqvist will be between the pipes for Saturday's matchup with the Hurricanes.

With Thursday's loss to the Sabres, Lundqvist has now dropped four of his previous six starts while logging a 3.04 GAA. The netminder will get the chance to right the ship against Carolina, who are averaging a mere 2.35 goals per games on 29.9 shots per night. Despite the early struggles, King Henrik remains one of the top goaltenders in the league.

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Carter Hutton
Blues' Carter Hutton: Will start Saturday against Winnipeg
Carter Hutton, G, STL
12/2/2016
News: Hutton will guard the goal in Saturday's home game against the Jets, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.

Hutton has struggled in limited action this season, posting a 2-4-0 record with a 2.98 GAA and .891 save percentage over seven appearances. The 30-year-old goaltender will look to turn things around in a favorable home matchup with a Winnipeg team that's only averaging 2.08 goals per game on the road this season, 24th in the NHL.

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Semyon Varlamov
Avalanche's Semyon Varlamov: Tending twine Saturday
Semyon Varlamov, G, COL
12/2/2016
News: Varlamov will be in the crease against the Stars on Saturday, Terry Frei of The Denver Post reports.

In his last two outings, Varlamov has recorded a loss in addition to allowing eight pucks to find the back of the net and posting .896 save percentage. On the year, the 28-year-old has registered the worst GAA (3.09) of his career so far. While it is still early, one has to wonder how much longer coach Jared Bednar will stick with Varlamov before turning the reigns over to backup Calvin Pickard.

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