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Fantasy Hockey Goalie Streams For Week 14

There is only one month remaining in the NHL regular season. Maybe you are still fighting for the top spot or maybe you are in the midst of your playoffs. Perhaps you need some help this week in between the pipes. Here at FantraxHQ we are here for you with your fantasy hockey goalie streams for Week 14.

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Fantasy Hockey Goalie Streams For Week 14

Jake Oettinger (47%)

The Dallas Stars play four times this week, all against the Detroit Red Wings. They play back-to-back at home on Monday/Tuesday and then in Detroit on Thursday/Saturday.  Oettinger is coming off two wins in a row against the Blue Jackets where he only allowed a single goal in each game. He should get at least two of these starts and they should be considered as fairly favourable matchups for the Stars rookie.

Jonathan Bernier (29%)/Thomas Greiss (19%)

We would prefer the Dallas side of this four game matchup for Detroit this week. However, if Oettinger isn’t available, you might consider either or both Detroit goalies. One or both is likely to be available in your league. The Red Wings have won three of their last four, including two in a row versus the superior Carolina Hurricanes. The Red Wings players are playing loose with no pressure, other than for jobs next year. That could be a dangerous combination for the Stars who are still in the playoff hunt.

Chris Driedger (62%)

The Florida Panthers play four times this week all at home. They start out with a back-to-back against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Monday/Tuesday followed by a pair versus the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday/Saturday. Driedger will get one of the nice matchups against the Blue Jackets. He could also get the call for one of the games against the Hurricanes, which could turn out to be a fight for first place in the Central division.

Jake Allen (44%)

Carey Price (91%) is back from injury and the Montreal Canadiens will need him to get back to form. However, he allowed three goals on only 14 shots in his first game back, including the first one of the game in a 4-0 loss to the Ottawa Senators. The Canadiens play four times this week, all on the road. They face the Edmonton Oilers on Monday/Wednesday followed by two in Calgary on Friday/Saturday versus the Flames. Jake Allen will get at least one of the back-to-back games on the weekend, but it’s possible he gets one versus Edmonton as well. The Habs may choose to ease Price back into the lineup, plus Allen has been the better goalie on the stat sheet this year.

Casey DeSmith (42%)

The Pittsburgh Penguins play four times this week with the first three against the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday. They will then have a tough matchup against a rested Boston Bruins on Sunday. It’s likely that Tristan Jarry (95%) starts three of the games, but DeSmith will probably get one of the back-to-back contests on the weekend. If it’s the one on Saturday versus the Devils then DeSmith is a good choice, if it’s the next day, not so much.

Alexander Georgiev (44%)

The New York Rangers are on a roll winning their last four straight. They have a busy week coming up.  They start out on Tuesday at the New York Islanders followed by a back-to-back at home versus the Philadelphia Flyers and then end the week on Sunday against the Buffalo Sabres. Igor Shesterkin (93%) will get almost all the starts, but Georgiev is in line for one of the home games against the Flyers. If you need a start mid-week then Georgiev is a good spot start.

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  1. Mark Hillier says

    Sorokin for me

  2. JB says

    Demko or Sorokin?

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