The year of the presumed back-up goaltender continues to be fun to watch as backups to backups are making their mark in fantasy hockey. In nearly two-thirds of the league, second and third string goalies are being asked to keep teams in games and the relevant part of the standings.
There are a number of teams in the NHL that have good-to-great goaltending situations with poor records. There are also a number of teams that have average to poor goaltending situations that have good or great records. It never ceases to amaze me how sports in general work in mysterious
We here at The Fantasy Fix shook things up with the goaltender rankings. With roughly one quarter of the NHL season in the books, it was time to take a good, longer look at how goalies were performing and whether or not this is what to expect going forward. If
There is a logjam forming in the top half of The Fantasy Fix’s goalie rankings, and owners should be happy about it. Aside from injuries and a rough week, the top 15 is the same. Craig Anderson’s neck injury is a concern, but not as much of a concern as
Sad news coming out of Denver this week, as Colorado Avalanche goaltender Semyon Varlamov turned himself in to police Wednesday night after an alleged altercation with his girlfriend. A warrant was issued for his arrest, and Varlamov was released from custody Thursday. This situation is far from settled, but it
It appears as if goalies are going to be just fine with smaller pads. Very few of the NHL’s stud goalies are struggling in a way that would hurt your fantasy team in the short and long term. Two pleasant surprises, Semyon Varlamov and Ben Bishop, continue to climb are
Welcome to the first breakdown of goaltenders for The Fantasy Fix! Hopefully the following discussions and rankings make your team look good! There has been a lot of talk prior to and during the early part of the 2013-14 NHL season about the mandatory shrinking of goalie pads. Would goalies