Daily Fantasy Hockey Goalie Rankings: March 23rd

Updated: March 23, 2017 at 4:29 pm by Brock Seguin

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Tonight features a fat 12-game slate that includes some matchups that can drastically alter the playoff landscape.

  • The Bruins and Maple Leafs are locked in a battle for third in the Atlantic Division and are both in action tonight: Boston hosts the Lightning and the Maple Leafs are hosting the Devils.
  • The Capitals and Blue Jackets are fighting for the President’s Trophy and will face-off tonight in Washington.
  • Finally, the Kings and Jets are clinging to life in the Western Conference, but only one of them can walk away with two points tonight as they do battle in L.A.

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For those of you who have used this site for years, you have almost certainly seen my Daily Goalie rankings before. For those of you who are new, here is a little blow-by-blow.

On evenings where there are eight-plus games on the NHL schedule, I rank every goalie from 1-to-x (x=number of goalies playing that night) to help you decide which goalies to start that night. I take into account all standard Fantasy Hockey goalie statistics such as Wins, GAA and SV%. This is a fantastic tool for both year-long and daily fantasy players.

For year-long players, I am constantly faced with the questions: Pick two between Goalie X, Y or Z. Or something along those lines. Instead of answer each question individually, I have made it simple for anyone who has goalie questions to see who I would start. So, if Goalie X is ranked fourth, Goalie Y is ranked 2nd and Goalie Z is ranked 9th. Then you would start Goalies X and Y that night. Simple enough right! Good. Moving along.

For Daily players, I have listed the prices of each of tonight’s starting goalies from DraftKings. If you’ve built your roster and you have $8,200 left, then pick my top goalie under $8,200. Or if you start building your roster with the best goalie that night, pick my top goalie or upper-tier goalie with the best value.


  • LIKELY
  1. Carey Price – vs. CAR – $8,500
  2. Jake Allen – vs. VAN – $8,300
  3. Cam Talbot – @ COL – $8,200
  4. James Reimer – vs. ARI – $8,200
  5. Braden Holtby – vs. CBJ – $7,800
  6. Tuukka Rask – vs. TBL – $8,100
  7. Devan Dubnyk – vs. PHI – $8,300
  8. Corey Crawford – vs. DAL – $8,500
  9. Curtis McElhinney – vs. NJD – $8,200
  10. Sergei Bobrovsky – @ WSH – $7,400
  11. Matt Murray – @ OTT – $7,700
  12. Steve Mason – @ MIN – $6,800
  13. Ben Bishop – vs. WPG – $8,000
  14. Pekka Rinne – vs. CGY – $7,800
  15. Mike Smith – @ FLA – $7,100
  16. Chad Johnson – @ NSH – $7,300
  17. Connor Hellebuyck – @ LA – $7,300
  18. Mike Condon – vs. PIT – $7,400
  19. Peter Budaj – @ BOS – $7,100
  20. Kari Lehtonen – @ CHI – $6,900
  21. Ryan Miller – @ STL – $7,000
  22. Eddie Lack – @ MTL – $6,800
  23. Keith Kinkaid – @ TOR – $6,800
  24. Jeremy Smith – vs. EDM – $6,800
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Brock Seguin has been the Editor-In-Chief of DailyFaceoff.com since the 2012-13 season. Feel free to reach Seguin directly @dailyfaceoff or @Brock_Seguin.

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