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Here are the top goaltenders ranked in descending order based on their value in 10 or 12 team "Banger Leagues." Wins, goals-against-average, save percentage and shutouts are recorded for goaltenders.
Price is a better goalie than Holtby, but Washington is a far superior team compared to Montreal. Forty-eight wins for a goaltender is absolutely absurd, and the Caps have the pieces to make it happen again.
Murray was fantastic in the postseason, but Fleury has such a long track record of success. If possible, draft the tandem back-to-back to ensure you have every Pittsburgh start.
Anderson may be overlooked as a 35-year-old, but he could be in line for his best season over the past few years. A full season of Dion Phaneuf will significantly help the blue line, and Guy Boucher is a major upgrade over Dave Cameron as Ottawa's bench boss.
At this point, you're either choosing a No. 1 goalie on a poor team, or a timeshare goalie on a decent team. It's ideal if you can get both goalies of a split, such as Neuvirth/Mason or Halak/Greiss.
Colorado ranked at or near the bottom of every major possession statistic last season. With Patrick Roy out the door, Varlamov should only improve.