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3/22:Washington Capitals goaltender Philipp Grubauer will get the nod on Thursday night, as the Caps visit the Detroit Red Wings. The announcement comes as a surprise as Braden Holtby was the first goalie off the ice this morning, but has apparently "tweaked something" and will be unavailable for tonight's contest. Grubauer will look to rebound after allowing five goals on 34 shots in a 6-3 loss to the Flyers on Sunday. He will have every opportunity to do so against a Red Wings team that just recently ended a ten game losing streak.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: Isabelle Khurshudyan
3/22:Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Alex Lyon will take on the visiting New York Rangers for Thursday night's matchup. In Lyon's last appearance, he stopped 11 of 12 shots in a relief of Petr Mrazek, bringing his record to 3-2-1 on the year. Mrazek's performance has left something to be desired since the Flyers acquired him at the deadline, and if Lyon can put up a solid performance tonight, he might steal the starter's role until either Brian Elliott of Michal Neuvirth return.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: Sam Carchidi
3/22:San Jose Sharks goaltender Martin Jones will be going for his fifth straight win on Thursday, with the team hosting the Vegas Golden Knights, who are without regular starter Marc-Andre Fleury. Jones had 26 saves and allowed two goals to the Devils last time out in a 6-2 win. He's won seven of his last nine starts, getting some great goal support, as the team is averaging 5.4 goals in the last five games. Jones has a 16-8-2 record in 27 home starts this season, giving up 2.36 goals and recording a .917 save percentage. He's in a good spot to grab another win.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: San Jose Sharks
3/22:Edmonton Oilers goaltender Cam Talbot will make his 59th start of the season on Thursday, with the team facing Ottawa on away ice. Talbot had 19 saves and allowed four goals before being pulled in the final period against the Sens in the first meeting of the season on Oct. 14, which the Oilers lost 6-1. He's in much better form right now, winning five of his last six starts, giving up more than two goals just twice. The Senators have improved lately, but they'll have a bunch of players missing, so Talbot has a good chance to keep his recent good run going.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Edmonton Oilers
3/22:Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Malcolm Subban will be between the pipes on Thursday against San Jose, as Marc-Andre Fleury is ruled out with an undisclosed injury. Subban himself recently returned from an upper-body injury suffered at the start of last month. He had 22 saves and allowed one goal on Tuesday against Vancouver after replacing Fleury. Subban carries a very solid 11-3-1 record in 15 starts this season, allowing 2.55 goals per game and recording a .914 save percentage, but it's a tough matchup to get back into the swing of things, as the Sharks have won five in a row, scoring 27 goals.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Vegas Golden Knights
3/22:Winnipeg Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba will most likely miss Friday's game against Anaheim after suffering a concussion in Sunday night's game versus Dallas. The injury was the result of a nasty collision with Stars captain Jamie Benn in the second period. Trouba visited a specialist on Monday, and has been making progress, but the Jets might take the cautious approach on this one. Sunday's game was just his second game back since suffering an injury that kept him out for over a month. Trouba has three goals, 19 assists, 133 shots and 81 hits in 52 games this season.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: Ken Wiebe
3/22:Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Frederik Andersen will start versus the Nashville Predators on Thursday night. Nashville has been on fire as of late, winning 18 of their last 19 matches and scoring four goals or more in 10 of those games. Andersen, on the other hand, has lost five of his last six starts and has given up 19 goals in those six contests. The 28-year-old netminder did miss two games last week with an upper-body injury, but returned on Tuesday to give up four goals and a 3-0 lead in a 4-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning. Look for Andersen to be heavily challenged during tonight’s match, although this could be a chance for him to rebound from his recent woes before the end of the regular season.--Alex Mckenzie - RotoBallerSource: Left Wing Lock
3/22:Toronto Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews will return to action Thursday night against the Nashville Predators. Matthews has been out since February 22nd with a separated shoulder, but has been practicing with the Leafs all week. Toronto has gone 5-5 without the young star, and will be glad to have him back on their top line and second powerplay unit. Nashville may be a daunting opporment, but Matthews will be looking to have an explosive return to the lineup and to re-energize the Leafs before the playoffs begin. Make sure the 20-year-old is activated and in your lineup tonight if you’re lucky enough to have him on your roster.--Alex Mckenzie - RotoBallerSource: Left Wing Lock
3/22:Winnipeg Jets winger Patrick Laine will miss at least the next two games due to a foot injury suffered on Tuesday against the Kings. While head coach Paul Maurice confirmed nothing is broken, the Jets are expected to be somewhat cautious in dealing with Laine's injury in an effort to have him at full strength for the playoffs. The news comes at a tough time for fantasy owners, as Laine was riding an impressive 15-game point streak prior to Tuesday's game. The Finnish winger has 43 goals, 25 assists, 19 power play points and 216 shots on goal in 73 games this season.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: Ken Wiebe
3/22:The Ducks defeated the Flames last night in a 4-0 shutout, a huge win to push them past the LA Kings and into third place in the Pacific Division. Anaheim's top line guys were relatively quiet, Ryan Getzlaf and Rickard Rakell found three assists combined. John Gibson looked has looked like an elite goaltender lately, stopping all 29 shots on goal last night and winning four of his last five games. The Ducks have eight games remaining in the regular season and they face Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, Los Angelas, Colorado, Minnesota, Dallas, and Arizona. Four of these matchups should be easy wins while the other four will be important games in the playoff race.--Anthony Vattimo - RotoBallerSource: Orange County Register
3/22:Tonight, the San Jose Sharks will be welcoming the Vegas Golden Knights, the two teams leading the Pacific Division. This is an important game for San Jose, as they have a chance to break away in the standings. They are now three points ahead of the third place Ducks, and, with two more points tonight, they could create some separation and security in a close playoff race. The Sharks are favored to win this one because Vegas is projected to have Malcolm Subban in goal and this is his second game back from injury. In their first meeting, the Knights won 5-3. After tonight, these two teams will have one more matchup before the end of the regular season. These should be some high-intensity games with a good amount of scoring.--Anthony Vattimo - RotoBallerSource: Sporting News
3/22:Anaheim Ducks defenseman Marcus Pettersson looks set to see a lot more minutes in the upcoming games, as he's moved up to the second pairing, with Josh Manson (upper body) out. The rookie from Sweden logged 16:40 in Wednesday's 4-0 win over Calgary, which is over three minutes more than his season average (13:10). He also picked up 33 seconds on the power play and registered a plus-2 rating, playing alongside Hampus Lindholm, who scored in the contest. Pettersson is now plus-eight in his first 14 career games, although he hasn't done much offensively getting only two points. But the numbers should improve with the bigger minutes.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
3/22:Calgary Flames goaltender Mike Smith exited Wednesday's 4-0 loss to the Ducks with a .727 save percentage after allowing three goals on 11 shots through the first two periods of play. This was a winnable game for the desperate Flames, as the Ducks managed just 16 shots on goal in 60 minutes, but Smith gave up a shorthanded goal in the opening period to Andrew Cogliano and saw two more pucks going past him in the second. Smith has given up at least three goals in five of six games since returning from injury, which means that fantasy owners really should look elsewhere right now if they want to get any wins on the board.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
3/22:Anaheim Ducks goaltender John Gibson said "no" to all 29 Calgary shots on Wednesday to record his fourth shutout of the season and the 16th of his career in a 4-0 win. He's currently the hottest goalie in the league, as he sits on a four-game winning streak, getting two shutouts in the process. Gibson improved to 12-3-1 in his last 16 starts in what was a vital road win for the Ducks, who started a four-game road trip. The next matchup is tough for Gibson and the team, as they head to Winnipeg, but he'll have a couple of favorable games to close out the trip, with Edmonton and Vancouver coming up on Sunday and next Tuesday respectively.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
3/21:Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price played decently well for returning from a concussion, allowing five goals on 39 shots for a .872 save percentage on the night. Despite the not-so-great save percentage, Price played quite well considering he has not started in 14 games. The Canadiens play a back-to-back series on Friday and Saturday this week, so if Price is available in your league, he should get another start in net and it will be worth owning him if you need a start.--Caden Inaba - RotoBallerSource:
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