Fantasy NHL
Goalie Player Notes
For The Last 15 Days
 
Cam Talbot, G, NYR6/27/2015 10:57:00 PM
Description: The New York Rangers traded backup goalie Cam Talbot to the Edmonton Oilers for three draft pitcks.
Insight: The Oilers also received a late draft pick in the trade. Talbot played very well, replacing the injured Henrik Lundqvist during the spring months. He was 21-9-4 with a .926 save percentage and 2.21 GAA. Of course, he will not have the luxury of playing in front of the best defense in the league anymore. Edmonton might have the worst defense in the league, so fantasy owners should proceed with caution.
Eddie Lack, G, VAN6/27/2015 10:53:00 PM
Description: Vancouver traded backup goaltender Eddie Lack to Carolina for a third-round pick and seventh-rounder in the 2016 NHL draft according to Sportsnet.ca.
Insight: Lack played well as a replacement for the injuried Ryan Miller this spring. He was 18-13-4 with a .921 save percentage and .245 GAA. Lack will compete with Cam Ward for the starting netminder job in Carolina.
Ben Bishop, G, TAM6/24/2015 5:21:00 PM
Description: Lightning goalie Ben Bishop is going to start his off-season workouts on Monday according to the Tampa Bay Times.
Insight: That's good new for the goaltender who played the Stanley Cup Finals with a torn groin. He should be fine for the beginning of next season.
Corey Crawford, G, CHI6/16/2015 9:44:00 AM
Description: Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford recorded his second shutout of the 2015 postseason in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals as Chicago clinched the series in six games.
Insight: Crawford stopped all 25 shots he faced. The Blackhawks netminder has never received a lot of the credit for Chicago's success, but he stood out in this series. Crawford allowed just two goals in the final three games, which were all Chicago victories. Crawford finished the playoffs 13-6 with a .924 save percentage.
Ben Bishop, G, TAM6/16/2015 9:41:00 AM
Description: Lightning goalie Ben Bishop played through a torn groin according to USA Today.
Insight: That is quite heroic of him, but he and his team fell short. Bishop made 30 saves and allowed two goals in Game 6 as Chicago won, 2-0. Bishop finished the postseason 13-11 with a .924 save percentage.