Description: Los Angeles rookie Martin Jones continued his dominance Tuesday in a shutout win over Edmonton.
Insight: The 23-year-old hasn't allowed more than two goals in any game this season. Three of his first six games have been shutouts. Jones (24 saves on Tuesday) is definitely worth a look while Jonathan Quick remains sidelined with a groin strain.
Description: Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask held Calgary scoreless Tuesday night in Boston.
Insight: He saved all 21 shots that came his way. It was a nice bounceback effort from Rask after getting pulled Saturday against Vancouver. He's having another excellent season and should be starting in all formats.
Description: Kings goalie Martin Jones started and won his fifth straight game Saturday at Ottawa with 37 saves on 39 shots.
Insight: It looks like the Kings are rolling with the hot hand, and the 23-year-old rookie couldn't be hotter right now. He's allowed two goals or less in each of his five starts with two shutouts. Ben Scrivens hasn't played since Dec. 2.
Description: Islanders goalie Evgeni Nabokov took a 1-0 overtime loss in his return to the lineup Saturday against Montreal.
Insight: Nabokov missed more than a month due to a groin injury and replacement Kevin Poulin struggled mightily. The 38-year-old entered Saturday's game with an ugly 3.30 GAA, so fantasy owners should avoid him for now.
Description: Oilers goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov (concussion) took a few shots on goal Sunday, so is headed in the right direction.
Insight: Bryzgalov is 1-1-0 with a 2.12 GAA and .939 SV% in his first season with the Oilers. Neither Devan Dubnyk or Jason LaBarbera have shown a lot in goal. Both have losing records and a GAA above 3.25.
Description: Kings backup goalie Martin Jones picked up a second straight shutout Tuesday at Montreal.
Insight: In his first three career starts, he's gone 3-0-0 with a 0.65 GAA and a .973 SV%. It seems any goalie the Kings plug in can get the job done for fantasy owners, including Jonathan Bernier last season, starter Jonathan Quick, Ben Scrivens and Jones. While Scrivens is 7-2-4 with a 1.56 GAA and a .943 SV% this season, Los Angeles has stuck with the hot hand in Jones the last three games.
Description: Flames goalie Reto Berra will start Tuesday against Boston.
Insight: Berra came back strong after missing three games to stop 30 of 31 shots against Edmonton. He's 4-6-2 this season after the win with a 3.28 GAA and .894 SV%. Neither Berra or Karri Ramo (4-5-1) have shown they want to be the workhorse in net.
Description: In just his second career start, Kings goalie Martin Jones recorded a shutout Saturday in a victory over the Islanders.
Insight: He finished with 16 saves. Jones is now 2-0 with a 0.97 GAA in two appearances. It will be interesting to see if head coach Darryl Sutter goes with the hot hand and keep Jones in for Tuesday's game in Montreal. His other option is Ben Scrivens.
Description: Columbus goaltender Curtis McElhinney picked up his third career shutout Friday against Minnesota.
Insight: The journeyman netminder was pushed into starting duty following Sergei Bobrovsky's groin injury. He's 2-3-1 with a 2.02 GAA and a .932 SV% this season but isn't likely to maintain his production.
Description: Oilers goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov has been placed on the injured reserve.
Insight: He'll miss at least the next two games. Bryzgalov is 1-1-0 with a 2.12 GAA and .939 SV% in his first season with the Oilers. Devan Dubnyk gave up six goal on Tuesday so the team could opt to trot out recently recalled Jason LaBarbera (1-3-0, 3.69 GAA, .858 SV%).
Description: Columbus netminder Sergei Bobrovsky has a strained groin and will miss the next 4-5 weeks, according to Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch.
Insight: Bobrovsky suffered the injury Tuesday against Tampa Bay. The 2012-13 Vezina Trophy winner has gone just 10-11-2 with a 2.72 GAA and a .909 SV% this season, but he's still a big loss for fantasy owners and the Blue Jackets. Curtis McElhinney will fill in between the pipes.
Description: The Rangers inked goaltender Henrik Lundqvist to a seven-year, $59.5 million contract extension on Wednesday. SOURCE: NESN
Insight: Lundqvist was going to be a free agent after the season. You could argue he's been the best goaltender in hockey over the last half-decade. Lundqvist will be 39 by the time his contract expires.
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