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2 months agoVancouver Canucks goaltender Jacob Markstrom stopped 22 of 25 shots Tuesday in his first start in nine days. Markstrom had been granted a leave of absence from the team to attend his father's funeral. Teammate Thatcher Demko filled in for Markstrom during his absence, winning both games and posting a .900 save percentage. Wins aside, Demko's performance should not do much to threaten Markstom's starting role as he has a .912 save percentage for the season compared to Demko's .906 save percentage. Now that Markstrom is back, fantasy managers can return to using him as a startable option in the net when better options are not available.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBaller
Source: NHL.com

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