NHL Stats DFS - Nov 19th
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L. Domingue - G
Domingue will draw the start in Monday's road tilt against Nashville, Brooks Bratten of the Predators' official site reports.
As expected, Domingue will continue getting a bulk of the work while Andrei Vasilevskiy (foot) is out for at least the next month. The 26-year-old is 5-2-0 but owns a pedestrian 3.58 GAA and .889 save percentage. He doesn't exactly have starting goaltender numbers, but the Lightning offense should provide him ample opportunity to earn wins.
Added 7:43 pm (EST)
P. Rinne - G
Rinne will get the starting nod Monday against the Lightning, Brooks Bratten of the Predators' official site reports.
The reigning Vezina Trophy winner is clearly looking for a repeat. Rinne owns a 7-2-1 record with a 1.67 GAA and .943 save percentage, including a pair of shutouts. Tampa Bay will provide a tough test, but the 36-year-old should be started confidently as usual.
Added 7:39 pm (EST)
T. Nosek - F
Nosek (undisclosed) is set to join the lineup for Monday's contest in Calgary, Adam Hill of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Nosek will bump Oscar Lindberg back to the press box. On the season, the Czech forward has just two points and a hideous minus-14 rating. This shouldn't have much impact in most fantasy leagues.
Added 7:12 pm (EST)
M. Subban - G
Subban will patrol the crease in Monday's road showdown against the Flames, Adam Hill of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Subban will make his fifth appearance of the 2018-19 season, still searching for his first victory. He's the not-so-proud owner of an .885 save percentage and 3.17 GAA along with his 0-3-0 record. He'll continue seeing limited playing time behind No. 1 goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury.
Added 7:09 pm (EST)
D. Mermis - D
Mermis was sent back down to AHL Tucson on Monday, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports.
Both Alex Goligoski (lower body) and Jakob Chychrun (upper body) have been dealing with injuries, which has required call ups from the minors. The fact that the Coyotes are ready to return Mermis to the AHL feels like a good sign that Goligoski will be ready for Wednesday's game against the Golden Knights.
Added 6:48 pm (EST)
M. Kempe - F
Kempe was reassigned to AHL Tucson on Monday, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports.
Kempe was called up prior to Saturday's game against the Bruins, and proceeded to be scratched. With some key players getting healthy, and Josh Archibald's two-game suspension coming to an end, there was no space left for the 30-year-old.
Added 6:44 pm (EST)
J. Binnington - G
Binnington has a 4-3 record and .925 save percentage with AHL San Antonio this season.
Binnington, 25, appears to be on track for his second straight stellar campaign, as he posted a .926 save percentage on loan with AHL Providence last year. Still, crease-mate Ville Husso has more starts (10) so far but has mustered an ugly .879 save percentage and 1-9-0 record. Husso, 23, has been the first call up when Blues' goalies have gotten hurt over the last two seasons, so he appears to be in line to be Jake Allen's eventual successor. However, if Husso's play doesn't turn around and Binnington's stat line remains in tact, it will put more pressure on the Blues' front office to give Binnington a shot.
Added 6:24 pm (EST)
V. Husso - G
Husso has a .879 save percentage, 3.58 GAA and a .879 save percentage in 10 appearances for AHL San Antonio this season.
It's a disappointing start for Husso, who recorded a .922 save percentage and four shutouts last year, earning a spot on the AHL's All-Rookie Team. Fellow netminder Jordan Binnington has largely outplayed Husso this season with a .925 save percentage and a 4-3-0 record. There's still plenty of optimism for Husso to turn it around. According to Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic, Blues' assistant GM Kevin McDonald views this as a "learning situation" for Husso, who has "elite talent" but is being pushed in his own net by Binnington. Husso, 23, would be best-served by making that transition soon, as the turbulence in the Blues' crease is well-documented.
Added 5:45 pm (EST)