Daily Fantasy Hockey Goalie Rankings: December 5th

Updated: December 5, 2015 at 4:39 pm by Brock Seguin


Overall there are 10 games on the NHL schedule, but there are two afternoon games already underway. Some of the games to keep an eye on this evening are:

  • The Predators are in Detroit to take on their former Central Division rivals. These two teams had one of the most underrated rivalries in the NHL for a number of years and they’ll rekindle that tonight.
  • It’s always fun when the Avalanche and Wild get together. Devan Dubnyk is play as good as anyone lately and Semyon Varlamov continues to try to battle through—should be interesting.
  • Lastly, the night caps off with a rematch of the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals. The Bruins have good memories in Vancouver having won the Stanley Cup in Game 7 there that year, but their game last night is one they’d like to forget.

The Daily Goalie Rankings includes DraftKings salaries as well as my top ‘Good Value’ and ‘Bad Value‘ one-day Fantasy Hockey goalie starts.

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Rankings are based off of matchups, recent performance, injuries etc. and follow standard fantasy stats: Wins, GAA, SV%, SO.


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  1. Mike Condon – @ MTL – ($7,600) – Likely
  2. Jake Allen – vs. TOR ($7,600)
  3. Devan Dubnyk – vs. COL ($7,700)
  4. Petr Mrazek – vs. NSH ($7,100)
  5. Steve Mason – vs. CBJ ($6,900)
  6. Craig Anderson – vs. NYI ($7,400)
  7. Jacob Markstrom – vs. BOS ($6,400)
  8. Pekka Rinne – @ DET ($7,800)
  9. Tuukka Rask – @ VAN ($7,500) – Likely
  10. Jaroslav Halak – @ OTT ($7,200) – Likely
  11. Semyon Varlamov – @ MIN ($6,800)
  12. Garret Sparks – @ STL ($6,200)
  13. Alex Stalock – vs. TBL ($6,800)
  14. Cam Ward – vs. MTL ($6,300)


Columbus Blue Jackets – Sergei Bobrovsky / Curtis McElhinney – Bobrovsky started last night, stopped 31 of 32 shots in a shootout loss. Due to the back-to-back, McElhinney could start, but we aren’t expecting to find out until 5:30 pm ET when John Tortorella meets with the media.

Tampa Bay Lightning – Ben Bishop / Andrei Vasilevskiy – The Lightning did not announce a goalie this morning and they have a back-to-back on Saturday and Sunday, so there is no saying who will start tonight. Their netminder likely won’t be confirmed until 8:30 pm ET, when coach Jon Cooper meets with the media.


Alex Stalock, Andrei Vasilevskiy, Ben Bishop, Cam Ward, Craig Anderson, Curtis McElhinney, Devan Dubnyk, Garret Sparks, Jacob Markstrom, Jake Allen, Jaroslav Halak, Mike Condon, Pekka Rinne, Petr Mrazek, Semyon Varlamov, Sergei Bobrovsky, Steve Mason, Tuukka Rask