G - Philadelphia Flyers
The goalkeeper was perfect until 6:29 into the second period where he surrendered his first goal of the game to Daniel Sprong. Peterson held the crease down for the rest of the game until Morgan Geekie snuck one by with just four seconds left in regulation. The Kings got the victory by a score of 4-2.
Peterson stopped 23-of-25 shots-on-goal for a .920 save-percentage. The win puts him at 18-10-1 on the season.
Cal Petersen saved 23 of 25 shots to earn the 3-2 win over the Islanders.
Petersen continues to benefit from the Kings' tough defense that is climbing the rankings in fewest shots allowed. His GAA continues to drop and his save percentage is finally just a hair over .900.
Cal Petersen blocked 17 of 18 shots en route to Los Angeles's 3-1 victory over Seattle.
The only goal Petersen allowed came on a Kraken power play. He has now won his last three starts with only two goals allowed in that span. Fantasy managers can feel confident with him at this point.
Cal Petersen gave up no goals on 21 shots against the Red Wings to earn the 4-0 victory.
Petersen's playing time remains inconsistent with Jonathan Quick picking up the majority of starts. In 12 starts this season, Petersen is allowing fewer than three goals per contest, but he is matchup-dependent for fantasy managers.
Cal Petersen gave up four goals on 30 shots during the Kings' 4-0 loss to the Canucks.
This brings Petersen's record to 5-5, but the more concerning part of his line is the .893 save percentage while allowing over three goals per game. It appears he is stuck in a time share with Jonathan Quick so his fantasy value remains diminished from what was originally expected.