Goaltender Rankings: Standard Leagues
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Top 200 | C | LW | RW | D | G

The rankings apply to standard-scoring leagues. Skaters accumulate value via goals, assists, plus/minus, penalty minutes, power-play points, and shots on goal. Goalies track wins, goals-against average, save percentage and shutouts.

Rank Player Team
1 Carey Price MTL
2 Braden Holtby WAS
3 Ben Bishop TB
4 Henrik Lundqvist NYR
5 Jonathan Quick LA
6 Cory Schneider NJ
7 Corey Crawford CHI
8 Roberto Luongo FLA
9 John Gibson ANA
10 Martin Jones SJ
11 Jake Allen STL
12 Tuukka Rask BOS

Washington may attempt to lessen Holtby's workload in the early parts of the season, after he noticed a substantial decline in production near the end of the year. This will allow Price to regain the top spot at the position, despite a potentially low win total. With Brian Elliott out of St. Louis, look for Allen's fantasy contributions to improve with more work.

Rank Player Team
13 Pekka Rinne NAS
14 Matt Murray PIT
15 Petr Mrazek DET
16 Devan Dubnyk MIN
17 Robin Lehner BUF
18 Frederik Andersen TOR
19 Marc-Andre Fleury PIT
20 Cam Talbot EDM
21 Brian Elliott CGY
22 Semyon Varlamov COL
23 Jaroslav Halak NYI
24 Steve Mason PHI

Murray and Mrazek will share the creases of their respective teams, but they are the better halves of the tandems. Win totals may be capped, but the ratios will be elite. Lehner and Andersen are the alternatives, wherein they'll have full workloads but aren't quite of the same caliber. The teams they play for will be the toughest challenge to overcome.

Rank Player Team
25 Sergei Bobrovsky CLB
26 Thomas Greiss NYI
27 Craig Anderson OTT
28 Connor Hellebuyck WPG
29 Jimmy Howard DET
30 Ryan Miller VAN
31 Jonathan Bernier ANA
32 Mike Smith ARI
33 Cam Ward CAR
34 Kari Lehtonen DAL
35 Antti Niemi DAL
36 Michal Neuvirth PHI
37 Andrew Hammond OTT
38 Jacob Markstrom VAN
39 Marek Mazanec NAS
40 Carter Hutton STL

In cases such as Bernier, the situation as a backup is superior to Smith and Ward's starting jobs. Bernier plays for an elite defensive team, limiting the scoring chances he'll face. He's in a much better spot now than he was in Toronto.

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