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Fantasy Hockey Goalie Streams For Week 7

This week 22 teams play four games. With so many streaming options it can be a bit overwhelming. Here at FantraxHQ we do the work for you and cherry-pick the best fantasy hockey goalie streams for Week 7.

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Fantasy Hockey Goalie Streams For Week 7

Jack Campbell (22%)

With Frederik Andersen (100%) still on the shelf, Jack Campbell is a streamer you cannot ignore. In his first game back from a leg injury, Campbell made 30 saves in a 4-0 shutout of the Edmonton Oilers. It’s possible that Anderson is back as early as Monday in a rematch with the Oilers. However, the Maple Leafs play four games this week with a back-to-back on Wednesday/Thursday. Campbell will get at minimum one of those starts and possibly as many as three if Anderson isn’t quite ready.

The Toronto Maple Leafs score a lot of goals (second in the NHL with 3.55 GF/GP), and have also tightened up their defense as of late. If Jack Campbell is available in your league snatch him up now. In three games played this year he is 3-0 with a 1.33 GAA and .951 SV%.

Curtis McElhinney (11%)

The Tampa Bay Lightning don’t allow a lot of shots and have arguably the best goalie in the NHL in Andrei Vasilevskiy (99%). Their goals against per game is the lowest in the league at 2.05 and their goals for per game at 3.63 is first. Vasilevskiy has a pair of shutouts in his last two starts. However, even he needs a rest once in a while and the Lightning have a back-to-back this week on Thursday/Friday in Chicago. McElhinney is a career backup goalie who is great coming in cold as a spot start and is a good bet to get you a win when he gets the call.

Ville Husso (19%)

The St. Louis Blues play four games this week with a back-to-back versus the Los Angeles Kings on Friday/Saturday. Jordan Binnington (100%) will in all likelihood get three of those games. Ville Husso meanwhile, is likely to get a game in on the weekend and is probably available on your wire.

Casey DeSmith (29%)

If you are in need of a late-week streamer have a look at Casey DeSmith. The Pittsburgh Penguins are winning more than they are losing lately. While Tristan Jarry (82%) is performing much better and getting the bulk of starts, DeSmith will still get one of the back-to-backs. The Penguins end the week with games against the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday and the New York Rangers on Sunday.

Laurent Brossoit (15%)

The Winnipeg Jets start out the week with two at home Monday/Tuesday against the struggling Vancouver Canucks. Brossoit will likely play in one of those contests and he has been excellent in limited action this season. He has three wins in four games thus far with a 2.24 GAA and .935 SV% including a 29 save shutout of the Canucks in his last outing.

Carter Hutton (29%)

While we can’t recommend Hutton outright, the fact that Linus Ullmark (66%) is now on IR for at least the next month means Hutton is now the man in Buffalo. If you own shares in Ullmark or just need a lot of starts then consider picking up Hutton. In addition, if Hutton doesn’t take the ball and run with it, then have a look a Jonas Johansson (6%). Johansson was promoted from the taxi squad to back up Hutton and may get a chance to play in the back-to-backs or perhaps more if Hutton falters.

David Rittich (24%)

With Jacob Markstrom (99%) still sidelined, David Rittich will continue to carry the load in Calgary. The Flames have four games this week with three of them against the pesky Ottawa Senators and one against their rival Edmonton Oilers. Rittich has been more good than bad, performing best when facing a lot of shots. If your league counts shots then Rittich is a great add.

Other goalies to consider for fantasy hockey goalie streams for week 7 include Ryan Miller (6%), James Reimer (62%), Alex Nedeljkovic (19%), Chris Driedger (50%), Kaapo Kahkonen (44%) and Jake Allen (47%).

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