Kevin Lankinen, Chicago Blackhawks (30.5%): Through no great fault of his own, the six-game NHL veteran isn't going to win a lot of games. But he will continue to face an overabundance of shots, and if his current stretch of play proves denotative, continue to save a good number of them. Lankinen is rocking a .956 save percentage over his last five contests. Hard to find fault in that figure. Until he falls back to earth, the 25-year-old has use in redraft leagues that reward saves and don't punish losses.Boston Bruins
Ovechkin has missed only 35 games out of a possible 1,191 in his career -- with only 17 because of injury.Florida Panthers
''We made a few mistakes,'' Cassidy said. ''At the end of the day we battled back, so I'm looking at it as a positive.''
Before Ovechkin returned on Saturday night to score the game-winning overtime goal against the Bruins, the Caps offense was forced to rely on other options. They did so admirably, as they sit fifth in the league in goals scored (34) with the four teams above them having played at least one more game. Winnipeg Jets
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Hedman came off the bench to take a pass from Cirelli and cut down the slot to wire a shot past Rinne at 8:05 for a 3-1 lead.Los Angeles Kings
He isn’t that star forward anymore though and at the age 37, no one blames him. But for one night at least, he was that guy again.
Jordan Binnington stopped 26 of 29 Coyotes shots. He surrendered two goals on 15 shots in the first period.