Price will start tonight for the Habs.
Price stopped 40 of 41 shots that he's faced in his last two starts. He has a solid matchup tonight against Toronto, one of Montreal's biggest rivals. When these two teams get together anything can happen, but Price has earned the trust of fantasy owners and is a must-start regardless of matchup.
Jonathan Bernier left the ice first at this morning's skate.
Bernier has won all of his last three starts while posting a 1.80 GAA and .916 SV%. However the Red Wings proved your prior GAA means nothing when they lit up Luongo for eight goals on Sunday. Luongo came into that game with the lowest GAA in the NHL. The Kings are on a roll right now having won four straight. Bernier could make for a nice spot start should the Kings hold the Red Wings offense to a minimum.
Holtby will start again since Neuvirth is ill. Philipp Grubauer up from Hershey to back up.
Holtby has been great lately and will again tonight after recording a shutout last night vs. Carolina. He has only allowed one goal on 55 shots in the last two games. He has a tough matchup against a strong Flyers offense.
Pekka Rinne (8-5-4, 1.90 GAA, .926 SV%) is in goal.
Rinne allowed four goals in back-to-back games for the first time this season. You don't see Rinne allowing that many goals on a regular basis, so look for him to bounce back tonight. He has a tough matchup vs. Viktor Fasth and the Ducks. Rinne is a must-start in all formats.
Viktor Fasth the first goalie off the ice at #NHLDucks morning skate.
Fasth finally lost his first game of the season after starting 8-0-0. He gave up four goals on 24 shots in a 5-2 loss to the Kings. He has already faced Nashville on two ocasions this season and won both in a shootout. He will likely face Pekka Rinne so he will have to play well if he is going to earn the win.
Mike Babcock said Jimmy Howard will start vs. #Kings.
After losing four straight Howard has now won two in a row and will look to make it three tomorrow in Los Angeles. With his back-to-back solid performances Howard has now pushed his SV% up to .901 on the season. He has a tough matchup tomorrow vs. the reigning Stanley Cup Champions.
Another start for Ben Scrivens by the looks of it tonight against Montreal.
This will be Scrivens ninth consecutive start. Since James Reimer got injured on February 11, Scrivens has started every game for the Maple Leafs. Of the eight starts he's made Scrivens has won four of them and has the Maple Leafs sitting seventh in the Eastern Conference.
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