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Devan Dubnyk was the winning goalie in Thursday's 4-2 road win over the St. Louis Blues. He stopped 25 of the 27 shots he faced.
The first goal wasn't his fault as St. Louis made a nice passing play while on the man advantage. Jaden Schwartz rifled it top corner. The second one was a little leaky as the puck slinked between his blocker and body which dribbled behind him into the net. There have been a couple of those this season but other than that he has looked solid between the pipes and the Avalanche have to be happy about picking him up right before their star goalie Philipp Grubauer went down due to Covid-19. Since the Avalanche have clinched it will be interesting to see who gets the nod on the 24th vs the same St. Louis team. He's sitting on a 5-9-0-2 record with a 3.10 GAA and .910 save percentage.
Devan Dubnyk was on the winning side of a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday. He allowed three goals on 34 shots.
Dubnyk played well in his first game for the Avs making a number of solid saves that had a good chance of going in. With Grubauer going onto the Covid-19 list he will miss the next two weeks, giving Dubnyk ample starts in the meantime. Pick him up if he's available.
Dubnyk stopped 28 shots on Tuesday as the Wild fell to the Kings 3-to-1.
Dubnyk is just 3-8-1 on the season with 3.43 GAA and an .893 save percentage. Currently, Dubnyk sits at 49th in the league for save percentage and 52nd in goals allowed. He should not be rostered in fantasy at this point.
Dubnyk had a rough night between the pipes, allowing 5 goals on just 26 shots against.
On a night when the offense actually gave him four goals, he was only able to stop .808 percent of the shots against him. He's been roughed up in four of his past five games as the Wild continue to struggle.
Dubnyk allowed three goals on just 22 Edmonton shots.
He had an unsightly .864 save percentage in this one. As the trade deadline approaches and the Wild continue to teeter on the edge of the playoff picture, changes could be coming soon. Even coming off a hot month, Dubnyk sits right in the middle of most statistical categories. Keep an eye out to see if him or his teammates start to get moved.