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Braden Holtby
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In The Crease

Holtby's Time to Shine

by Joey Alfieri
Updated On: November 9, 2019, 10:52 am ET

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Nov. 11-17

Great Options

Braden Holtby – Washington Capitals

Schedule: Mon vs. ARZ, Wed at PHI, Fri vs. MTL, Sat at BOS

Holtby is one of the few high-end goalies that has an opportunity to play three games over the next seven days. Holtby has won six of his last seven outings. The schedule isn’t going to be easy next week, but there’s some fantasy upside.

John Gibson – Anaheim Ducks

Schedule: Tue vs. DET, Thu vs. SJ, Sat at STL

Gibson has won two of his last three games, but he enters this weekend with a record under .500. Gibson could potentially get three starts and two of them are very winnable and at home. He has a 6-7-0 record with a 2.55 goals-against-average and a .923 save percentage.

Andrei Vasilevskiy – Tampa Bay Lightning

Schedule: Thu vs. NYR, Sat vs. WPG

The Bolts will get four days off because they’re going to be making their way back from Sweden. Vasilevskiy should get both starts next week, but there’s always some risk when a team comes back from a long trip.

Sergei Bobrovsky – Florida Panthers

Schedule: Tue at BOS, Thu vs. WPG, Sat vs. NYR

Bobrovsky got off to a slow start with his new team, but he’s slowly turning things around. The 31-year-old hasn’t dropped a game in regulation since Oct. 8. He has a 6-2-4 record with a 3.50 goals-against-average and a .878 save percentage this season.

Good Options

Marc-Andre Fleury – Vegas Golden Knights

Schedule: Wed vs. CHI, Sat vs. LAK, Sun at DET

Fleury has been off on two of the last three game nights, so he should get two of the three games on the schedule next week. Expect him and Malcolm Subban to split the two outings next weekend. Fleury has solid fantasy upside.

Frederik Andersen – Toronto Maple Leafs

Schedule: Wed at NYI, Fri vs. BOS, Sat at PIT

Andersen comes into this weekend riding a three-game winning streak. The Leafs goalie has dropped just two games in regulation all year. Expect him to get two of the three starts next weekend.

Matt Murray – Pittsburgh Penguins

Schedule: Tue at NYR, Fri at NJ, Sat vs. TOR

Murray has won three of his last four decisions and he’s given up two goals or fewer in three of those games. He has an 8-3-1 record with a 2.40 goals-against-average and a .914 save percentage this season.

Jordan Binnington – St. Louis Blues

Schedule: Tue vs. ARZ, Fri at CBJ, Sat vs. ANA

Binnington has four consecutive decisions and he should keep rolling into next week. He has an 8-2-3 record with a 2.43 goals-against-average and a .921 save percentage this season. The second-year netminder will get two games next week.

Bad Options

Ben Bishop – Dallas Stars

Schedule: Wed at CGY, Thu at VAN, Sat at EDM

Bishop has won back-to-back outings and he’s given up just one goal in each of those games. The issue is that he’s struggled on the road and his team has three road games on the schedule. Bishop has 2.84 goals-against-average and a .911 save percentage on the road this season.

Connor Hellebuyck – Winnipeg Jets

Schedule: Tue vs. COL, Thu at FLA, Sat at TB

Hellebuyck has been really good over the last few games and he’s given up two goals or fewer in three straight games. The schedule will be pretty tough though, as they’ll get a couple of tough road games in Florida.

Joonas Korpisalo – Columbus Blue Jackets

Schedule: Tue at MTL, Fri vs. STL

Korpisalo dropped four games in a row before winning against Arizona on Thursday night. It’s tough to trust a Columbus team that has struggled so badly at times this year. He has a 6-6-1 record with a 3.05 goals-against-average and a .896 save percentage this season.