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Holtby will start Monday vs. the Avalanche.

Holtby allowed six goals on 38 shots in the Capitals loss in Nashville last Thursday. Since opening the season with a victory, Holtby has lost three in a row while allowing a combined 13 goals on 92 shots (.859 SV%). Tonight he faces an undefeated Avalanche team that rank t-4th in goal-scoring (4.00 GF/pg) through four games.

Source: Tarik El-Bashir 10/14/19, 3:09 pm EST

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Grubauer will start Monday in Washington.

Grubauer made 39 saves on 41 shots in Colorado’s win over the Bruins last Thursday. Grubauer’s tenure as their No.1 netminder has gotten off to a fantastic start, going 3-0-0 with a 2.34 GAA and .931 SV% in his first three starts. He has a difficult matchup in Washington—the Capitals are 3-1-2 while averaging 3.17 goals for per game (17th in the NHL) though six contests.

Source: Ryan Clark 10/14/19, 3:11 pm EST

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Hutton will start Monday afternoon vs. the Stars.

Hutton allowed four goals on 27 shots in the Sabres’ win over the Canadiens last Wednesday. Linus Ullmark has started two out of the last three games, so Hutton will get back between the pipes on Monday. He has not lost a game this season while posting a 2.32 GAA and .908 SV% in three starts. Dating back to the start of last season, Hutton is 15-9-2 with a .917 SV% in his last 26 starts in Buffalo.

Source: Paul Hamilton 10/14/19, 1:59 pm EST

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Smith will start Monday in Chicago.

Smith stopped 20 of 21 shots in the Oilers win in New York on Saturday. Smith has won all three of his starts with the Oilers, allowing eight goals on 86 shots (.907 SV%). Tonight he faces a Blackhawks team that hasn’t won a game this season, despite averaging 3.00 goals for per game (t-18th in the NHL).

Source: @EdmontonOilers 10/14/19, 3:14 pm EST

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Crawford will start Monday vs. the Oilers.

Crawford gave up five goals on 34 shots in the Blackhawks loss to the Sharks last Thursday. Robin Lehner started Saturday vs. the Jets, but they will go back to Crawford tonight vs. the Oilers. He has given up a combined nine goals on 72 shots (.875 SV%) in his two starts and the Oilers come in as the second-highest scoring team in the league (4.20 GF/gm) and undefeated (5-0-0).

Source: Eric Lear 10/14/19, 2:05 pm EST

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Gibson led the Ducks onto the ice for warmups.

Gibson allowed two goals on 28 shots in the Ducks loss in Pittsburgh last Thursday. Gibson was given Friday off, so they’ll come back to him in Boston this afternoon. Gibson has been outstanding to kick-off 2019-20, going 3-1-0 with a 1.26 GAA and .961 SV% in his first four starts. As good as he has been, the Bruins present a very difficult matchup.

Source: Jack Edwards 10/14/19, 1:29 pm EST

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Stalock led the Wild onto the ice for warmups.

Stalock allowed one goal on 11 shots after replacing Devan Dubnyk in the Wild’s loss to the Penguins on Saturday. With Devan Dubnyk struggling to start the season, Stalock will make his first start today in Ottawa. He was 2-5-0 with a 2.92 GAA and .898 SV% on the road last year.

Source: Sarah McLellan 10/14/19, 1:13 pm EST

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Greiss led the Islanders onto the ice for warmups.

Greiss allowed four goals on 39 shots in the Islanders' loss in Carolina last Friday. Semyon Varlamov won Saturday vs. The Panthers but they will come back to Greiss vs. the Blues. He is 1-1-0 with a 2.40 GAA and .921 SV% in three appearances and faces a Blues team that has started 3-1-1 while averaging 3.40 goals per game so far.

Source: Brian Compton 10/14/19, 1:16 pm EST

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Binnington leads the Blues onto the ice for warmups.

Binnington gave up five goals on 37 shots in the Blues loss in Montreal on Saturday. The loss snapped a brief two-game winning streak for Binnington, who is 2-1-1 with a 2.97 GAA and .910 SV% to start the season. He draws a good matchup against the Islanders—they are averaging just 2.20 goals per game (tied for 25th in the NHL) through five games.

Source: Jim Thomas 10/14/19, 1:17 pm EST

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Zuccarello (undisclosed) will miss the Wild’s three-game road-trip.

Zuccarello was originally expected to accompany the team on their road-trip but was instead held back in Minnesota and will not play until they return home on Sunday at the earliest. Victor Rask Ryan Donato is the most likely candidate to draw back into the lineup and replace the veteran winger.

Source: @mnwild 10/14/19, 12:20 pm EST

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