NHL Fantasy Hockey 101: The Top 20 Fantasy Goaltenders, Part One

July 28th, 2010 by Todd Cordell Leave a reply »
With fantasy hockey opening up soon, I figured I would help you out in your draft rankings. Over the next week or so I am going to have a four-part series ranking the best fantasy goaltenders 1-20, so stay tuned.


1. Martin Brodeur (NJD)

Last year's stats: Wins: 45 / GAA: 2.24 / SV%: .916

The Devils may have lost Paul Martin, but they added two very solid defensemen in Anton Volchenkov and Henrik Tallinder. They also added more scoring punch up front in Jason Arnott, which should provide Brodeur with more goals to work with.

In my opinion he could hit 50 wins, but with the addition of Johan Hedberg he won't get 75 starts.

2. Ryan Miller (BUF)

Last year's stats: Wins: 41 / GAA: 2.22 / SV%: .929

The Sabres lost two very good defensemen in Henrik Tallinder and Toni Lydman, but they added Jordan Leopold and bolstered their PK with Rob Niedermayer. All in all, they have a very similar team to last season.

With a healthy Thomas Vanek, the Sabres should score more goals and Ryan Miller should be able to do what he did last season (or close to it).

3. Jimmy H ...

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