Cory Schneider
Devils' Cory Schneider: Stops 35 in loss to Rangers
Cory Schneider, G, NJ
12:00 AM
News: Schneider made 35 of 37 saves but it wasn't enough as the Devils fell 2-1 to the Rangers on Monday.

Schneider was his usual sharp self against New Jersey's bitter rival, but the Devils were only able to sneak one puck past Henrik Lundqvist who made 27 saves of his own. Travis Zajac cut the lead in half with a shorthanded tally with 2:23 remaining, but the Rangers stood tall, denying Schneider of his 24th win of the season. To date, he's 23-16-6 with a fantastic .929 save percentage and 2.03 GAA.

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Henrik Lundqvist
Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Earns third straight win Monday
Henrik Lundqvist, G, NYR
12:00 AM
News: Lundqvist beat the Devils on Monday, turning aside 27 of 28 shots in a 2-1 win.

The King nearly sealed the deal on his 58th career shutout, but it was spoiled with 2:23 remaining in regulation courtesy of Travis Zajac's shorthanded snipe. Lundqvist has now emerged victorious in three straight games and in seven of his last nine starts -- a string of strong play that's improved his record to 26-14-4 on the season to go with a .921 save percentage and 2.37 GAA.

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John Gibson
Ducks' John Gibson: Yanked in loss to Penguins
John Gibson, G, ANA
2/8/2016
News: Gibson was pulled after allowing six goals on 31 shots in a 6-2 loss on the road to Pittsburgh -- his hometown -- on Monday.

The pucks that got by him were spread out in this one, with three goals coming in the first period, one in the second and two in the third. The loss snaps a three-game winning streak for Gibson but also marks the third time in five games he's had a save percentage of .889 or lower, so he's been shaky of late to say the least. Nonetheless, the 22-year-old is now 12-8-2 with a .917 save percentage and 2.13 GAA on the season.

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Semyon Varlamov
Avalanche's Semyon Varlamov: Expects to start Tuesday
Semyon Varlamov, G, COL
2/8/2016
News: Varlamov is expected to start in net Tuesday against Vancouver, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.

Varlamov sat out four games recently for personal issues but he's since rejoined the team and even made the start Saturday against Winnipeg. With 36 appearances now under his belt, the 27-year-old currently touts a .917 save percentage and a 2.64 GAA.

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Frederik Andersen
Ducks' Frederik Andersen: Starts Tuesday
Frederik Andersen, G, ANA
2/8/2016
News: Andersen will start in net Tuesday against the Flyers, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.

Andersen gets the start on the final leg of back-to-back games Tuesday as John Gibson is given a scheduled day off. In just 26 outings this season, Andersen has compiled a .918 save percentage and a 2.35 GAA.

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Marc-Andre Fleury
Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury: Gets back on track
Marc-Andre Fleury, G, PIT
2/8/2016
News: Fleury made 36 saves in a 6-2 romp over Anaheim on Monday.

He faced a high number of shots but was not necessarily required to play his best hockey. Regardless, Fleury will likely use the outing as a confidence builder after he allowed four goals on 14 shots before being pulled Friday. The netminder avoided injury when Anaheim's Corey Perry ran into him, knocking Fleury's goalie mask from his head. The Flower suffered a concussion in December, so at the very least the situation is worth watching for the next couple days.

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Jacob Markstrom
Canucks' Jacob Markstrom: Set to start Tuesday
Jacob Markstrom, G, VAN
2/8/2016
News: Markstrom will be in net for Tuesday's game at Colorado.

Markstrom has been playing well lately, earning wins in four of his past five starts. The 26-year-old Swede has compiled a 16-8-5 record on the season with a .923 save percentage and 2.38 GAA. He will face an Avalanche team Tuesday that has lost three games in a row and is currently tied for fourth place in the Central Division.

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Corey Crawford
Blackhawks' Corey Crawford: Gets starting nod Tuesday
Corey Crawford, G, CHI
2/8/2016
News: Crawford will start between the pipes Tuesday against the Sharks, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports.

Crawford continues to serve in a workhorse role for the Blackhawks, currently owning a phenomenal 31-12-2 record on the campaign. He'll look to inch closer to his career-best 33 wins Tuesday as he prepares to face a Sharks club averaging 3.04 goals per game on the road this season.

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Jonas Hiller
Flames' Jonas Hiller: Will start Tuesday
Jonas Hiller, G, CGY
2/8/2016
News: Hiller will start in the crease Tuesday against the Maple Leafs, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The FAN reports.

Coming off a 34-save victory over the Canucks on Saturday, the Flames have decided to turn Hiller's way once again Tuesday. He'll get a treat in his start as well, facing a Maple Leafs squad decimated by injuries, including two of the team's top three scorers. The lack of firepower for Toronto could lead to another strong outing for the 33-year-old netminder, who'll look to improve on his 3.01 GAA and .890 save percentage so far this season.

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Ben Scrivens
Canadiens' Ben Scrivens: Gets the start Tuesday
Ben Scrivens, G, MON
2/8/2016
News: Scrivens will receive the starting nod for Tuesday's game against the Lightning, Eric Engels of Sportsnet reports.

Scrivens has posted two straight dominant performances in net, setting aside 57 of 59 shots between the two contests. As a result, the 29-year-old netminder has earned another opportunity between the pipes Tuesday as the team welcomes the Lightning to town. He'll have to bring his best for the contest, as Scrivens prepares to face a team in Tampa Bay that's averaged 4.50 goals per game in two February contests.

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