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Fantasy Hockey All Star Edition Goalies

 These have been the best goalies in Fantasy Hockey this season



Linus Ullmark

Linus Ullmark has statistically been the best goalie in the entire NHL, with a dominant 22-1 record, a 1.87 GAA,.938 SV%, and 2 shutouts. It's rather unfortunate that Ullmark won't be named a starter because there is just so much star talent on the Bruins, but he has been an important part of the team. It's worth noting that Jeremy Swayman has a 9-3 record with a 2.51 GAA, and .905 SV%, which is decent, but a far cry from how dominant Ullmark has been this season. 


Connor Hellebuyck

After a rough season last year, Connor Hellebuyck is having a tremendous season with the Winnipeg Jets; he has a 20-10 record with a 2.42 GAA, .924 SV%, and 3 Shutouts. Although Hellebuyck is not an All-Star starter in the Central division, he has outplayed Saros this season by a wide margin. Moreover, he has been a major reason why the Jets are currently sitting in 2nd place in the division.


Jake Oettinger

Jake Oettinger is having a tremendous start to the season with the Dallas Stars; he has a 19-6 record 2.29 GAA, .923 SV%, and 2 shutouts. Although Oettinger is not an All-Star starter in the Central division, he has definitely been a better goaltender than Saros this season; it's just that every team needs representation. Moreover, Oettinger has been a major reason why the Stars are sitting in 1st place in the Central Division.


Igor Shesterkin

After a less-than-stellar start to the season, Igor Shesterkin is back to playing like he was last year; he has a 19-6 record with a 2.49 GAA and .916 SV%. He is voted a starter for the NHL All-Star game this year and has been by far the best goalie in the Metropolitan division. Expect a strong second half from Shesterkin as the Rangers look to kick it into overdrive to clinch a playoff spot.


Andrei Vasilevskiy

Andrei Vasilevskiy had a slow start to the season, but has really come into his zone in the last month of the season; he has a 6-2 record with a 1.99 GAA and .935 SV%. He is voted a starter for the NHL All-Star game this year and has been by far the best goalie in the Atlantic Division. You can expect Vasilevskiy to have a strong second half, as Tampa has notoriously been a second-half team the last couple of years.


Ilya Sorokin

Ilya Sorokin is having a tremendous start to the season with the New York Islanders this season; he has a 14-13 record with a 2.30 GAA, .925 SV%, and 3 Shutouts. In the first two months of the season, Sorokin was arguably the best goalie in the Metro division and was a major reason the Islanders were off to such a hot start. Although the Islanders' play of late has not been great, Sorokin has still been pretty good in the net.

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