Fantasy Hockey Daily Goalie Rankings — 11/20/23

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      Welcome to the Fantasy Hockey Daily Goalie Rankings brought to you by NHL Odds site Betway!

      Trying to decide which goalies to start is a dilemma that Fantasy Hockey owners face every day. 

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      Each day, we will rank the day’s starting goalies based on their Projected Win%, Goals Against Average, and SV%. Win percentage and expected goals against is generated from Sportsbooks Odds and Implied Totals. 

      In addition to the Starting Goalies Rankings table, we will have a write-up about the best streaming options for that day (if any).

      Keep an eye on our Starting Goalies page to make sure the goalies listed below are CONFIRMED to start.

      Goalie Rankings 

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      Scott Wedgewood (DAL) – vs. NYR (5% Owned)

      Wedgewood has been solid when called upon this season, posting a 3.02 GAA and .917 SV% through four games(3-1-0). Wedgewood ranks second among all goalie projections on Monday as the Stars are -128 home favourites against the Rangers. That said, the Rangers have been tough to beat this season, winning 10 of their last 11 (10-0-1) while scoring four or more goals in five consecutive games (5-0-0). The Stars (2.75 GA / GP) and the Rangers (2.20 GA/ GP) both rank top 10 in the league defensively, so while a low-scoring game is likely afoot, a Stars projects to be about a coin-flip.

      Phoenix Copley (LAK) – @ ARI (9% Owned)

      Copley, widely believed to be a time-share goalie with Cam Talbot at the beginning of the season, is projected to start for the fifth time this season and third time against the Arizona Coyotes. In his first contest against the Coyotes, Copley was serviceable, saving 24 of 27 shots (.889 SV%) in a 6-3 victory, followed up by allowing three goals on six shots (.500 SV%). To say Copley has been inconsistent this season is an understatement, but he projects a solid 59.8 implied win percentage against a Coyotes team that will be without their top-line center, Barret Hayton. A win is likely in the cards for the 31-year-old journeyman goaltender, but his resume this season makes him carry significant risk as well.


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