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1 year agoVancouver Canucks right wing Brock Boeser is likely done for the season after suffering a lower back injury in Monday's tilt against the Islanders. The 21-year-old rookie sensation had a nasty fall, going back-first into an open bench door, and he's set to miss four to six weeks. There are just over four weeks left in the regular season, so it's highly unlikely we'll see Boeser again. He'll end his rookie year with 29 goals and 55 points in 62 games. Jake Virtanen, who had two points against the Isles, looks likely to get promoted to the top line to replace Boeser.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Vancouver Canucks
1 year agoPhiladelphia Flyers forward Travis Konecny (48 percent owned in Yahoo! leagues) has hit his stride recently, recording 11 points in his last 13 games. It is not hard to figure out why, as he has spent the majority of that time on the top line with Claude Giroux (97 percent owned) and Sean Couturier (85 percent owned). All of those points have come at even strength, which is somewhat understandable being stuck on the second power-play unit, but it still leaves something to be desired. Despite this, Konecny could be a great add for a playoff run, as he is tri-eligible (center, left wing, right wing) and is only beginning to show us what he is capable of.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: NHL
1 year agoFlorida Panthers goaltender Roberto Luongo will get the start on Tuesday night as the Panthers take on the Tampa Bay Lightning. Luongo has won five straight games, giving up just one goal to the Philadelphia Flyers in his last match on Sunday. The Lightning have been a force to reckon with this season, however, leading the league in goals per game at 3.56 in 2017-18. Luongo has posted a 2.50 goals-against average and .930 save percentage in 2017-18, and the Panthers will look for him to keep the Tampa offense at bay.--Alex Mckenzie - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
1 year agoColumbus Blue Jackets goaltender Joonas Korpisalo will cover for Sergei Bobrovsky (illness) Tuesday against the visiting Vegas Golden Knights. The young netminder has struggled in limited starts for the Blue Jackets this season, allowing five goals in each of his past two starts. Things will not get much easier, as the Knights have one of the most (surprisingly) potent offenses in the league. There are much better options out there. Leave Korpisalo off of your roster Tuesday.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: George Richards
1 year agoNew Jersey Devils goaltender Keith Kinkaid will take on the visiting Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday. The Devils are on a three-game losing streak and are looking to Kinkaid to right the ship. He's won five of his last seven starts. It's always a good bet to play your goalies against the Habs, though Montreal rookie goalie Charlie Lindgren has gone 2-1-0 on the road this season with a .950 save percentage. Despite this, Kinkaid looks like a safe bet to get the win Tuesday.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: Mike Morreale
1 year agoAnaheim Ducks goalie John Gibson will be gunning for his sixth straight win on Tuesday as he starts against the Washington Capitals. He allowed three goals against Chicago on Sunday, but overall he's been great during the winning streak, recording a 1.90 goals-against average and a .947 save percentage with one shutout. Gibson made 24 saves in the first meeting of the season against the Caps, which turned out to be a 3-2 overtime loss for the Ducks. That was on the road, though. The Ducks have won 11 of their last 15 at home, and Gibson will be battling Braden Holtby, who is allowing nearly four goals per game (3.93) away from home this season.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Eric Stephens
1 year agoCarolina Hurricanes goaltender Cam Ward will make his fourth consecutive start for his team on Tuesday night versus the Minnesota Wild. In his last three starts, the veteran from Saskatoon has gone 2-1-0 and posted a .930 save percentage. The Canes are still in the hunt for a playoff spot and need Ward to continue his strong play Tuesday, especially in Minnesota. The Wild have a 23-5-6 record at home, good for best in the league. All things considered, you might want to sit Ward this early in the week and wait for a better matchup.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: Jessi Pierce
1 year agoWashington Capitals goalie Braden Holtby will resume his duties in net Tuesday while the Caps are in Anaheim. The 28-year-old snapped his personal losing streak on Saturday by saving 27 of 29 shots against the Toronto Maple Leafs during the Stadium Series. Prior to that game, he had lost six in a row, allowing a combined 26 goals against during that span. Hopefully Saturday's game was a sign of things to come, and the Holtbeast gets back on track Tuesday. The Ducks are fighting to keep their current playoff spot and have won six of their last 10.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: Isabelle Khurshudyan
1 year agoNew York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist will guard the cage against the visiting Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday night. The King has won his last two starts with a combined .943 save percentage, but the Rangers have just been bleeding shots lately, allowing 106 in those two games alone. Despite his strong play, Lundy would be a risky play Tuesday, as the Jets are one of the hottest teams in the league and show no signs of slowing down.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: Matt Calamia
1 year agoTampa Bay Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy will start on Tuesday night as the Lightning host the Florida Panthers. The Panthers have won six games in a row, scoring an average of 3.83 goals per game during that stretch. Vasilevskiy is maintaining a solid 2.41 goals-against average and .926 save percentage this season and leads the league with 38 wins and seven shutouts. The matchup should be an exciting, high-scoring affair as Florida battles for a playoff spot and Tampa seeks to maintain their top spot in the NHL.--Alex Mckenzie - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
1 year agoColorado Avalanche goaltender Semyon Varlamov will assume duty in the crease on Tuesday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Varlamov had won his previous three starts before falling to the red-hot Nashville Predators 4-3 in overtime on Sunday afternoon. The Russian goaltender has struggled on the road so far this season, posting just six wins, a 3.39 goals-against average and a .892 save percentage in 17 starts. However, Tuesday's opponent  is currently ranked 27th in the league in goals per game (2.58) despite sitting third in the league in shots on goal per game (34.3), so he is bound to see plenty of rubber. While Varlamov can be seen as a somewhat risky play this evening, expect him to be on top of his game Tuesday as the Avalanche look to climb into a playoff spot with a win.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: Denver Post
1 year agoVegas Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury will make his 34th start of the season on Tuesday against the Columbus Blue Jackets, and he seems to have a favorable matchup. The Jackets are going with Joonas Korpisalo, who has lost four of his last five starts, giving up five goals three times during that run. Fleury allowed three goals in the first meeting of the season with the Jackets but still picked up a win with 29 saves in a 6-3 result. He's carrying superb road numbers this season with 10 wins in 14 starts, a 2.05 goals-against average and a .938 save percentage.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Steve Carp
1 year agoVegas Golden Knights forward Pierre-Edouard Bellemare will be back in the lineup on Tuesday in Columbus, according to head coach Gerard Gallant. The versatile Frenchman had been out since suffering an upper-body injury on Feb. 17 against Montreal. Bellemare, who is celebrating his 33rd birthday Tuesday, will center the fourth line between Tomas Nosek and Ryan Reaves, so he's not in a good position to produce anything fantasy-wise, but he did have a good run before the injury, picking up assists in consecutive games and combining for a total of five points over six games.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Vegas Golden Knights
1 year agoVancouver Canucks rookie winger sensation Brock Boeser was injured in Monday’s game against the New York Islanders. With less than 30 seconds remaining in regulation, Boeser had an unfortunate accident as his proposed hit on the Islanders Cal Clutterbuck resulted in Boeser colliding with the Canucks open bench door. He needed help getting off the ice and did not return for the overtime period. Canucks head coach Travis Green told reporters after the Canucks overtime victory that Boeser was taken to the hospital for “precautionary reasons.” This is a huge blow for the Canucks, seeing as how Boeser was one of the front-runners for this year’s Calder trophy with an impressive stat line of 29 goals and 26 assists in 62 games.--Amir Salehnia - RotoBallerSource: Nhl.com
1 year agoBoston Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy has confirmed that Bruins goaltender Anton Khudobin will start Tuesday night’s game against Detroit. Khudobin was solid in Boston’s 2-1 overtime win against the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday, allowing just one goal on 28 shots. The 31-year-old has been a reliable backup this season to the Bruins top goaltender Tuukka Rask, posting a 7-2-0 record in his last nine decisions with a 2.34 goals-against average and .921 save percentage this season. Khudobin may not be the No. 1 in Boston, but he will get his fair share of starts before the start of the postseason. Take a look at him if you are in need of goaltending help through the end of the season.--Alex Mckenzie - RotoBallerSource: Boston Bruins on Twitter