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Philipp Grubauer was the winning goalie in Colorado's 6-2 road win over the Arizona Coyotes. He stopped 23 of 25 shots he faced with a 2.01 GAA and .920 SV%.
Grubauer wasn't the busiest goalie tonight but he made solid saves when he had to, backstopping the Avs to their second in a row. His record sits a 10-5-0 while carrying a great 2.01 GAA and .923 SV% on the season. Managers should be aware of the upcoming workload for Grubauer as the Avalanche will see 17 games in March. Nevertheless he is an excellent option between the pipes and should be started whenever he's on the ice.
Philipp Grubauer turned away all 21 shots he faced in Thursday's 3-0 shutout win over the Sharks.
Grubauer was steady through out and did a good job preventing any momentum from the Sharks on their four power plays. This is his second shut out of the season and is looking solid between the pipes. Fire him up when he's in but it's worth noting that he's seeing a lot of action because Pavel Francouz is out He's sitting on a lovely 1.86 GAA and .928 SV% through seven starts.
Philipp Grubauer was on the losing end of a 3-1 score on Sunday night as the Avalanche fell to the Ducks. He stopped 12 of the 14 shots he faced.
Grubauer didn't like particularly sharp in this one. Both the goals were glove side and looked about a half second behind the shot. John Gibson was a stone wall on the other end for Anaheim however. There will be better days ahead. He is a solid starter for fantasy as he has good team in front of him that can defend. He holds a career 2.43 GAA and .920 SV%. Look for him to get back in the win column when San Jose visits Colorado.
Philipp Grubauer was the winning goalie in Wednesday's elimination of the Arizona Coyotes. He stopped 23 of the 24 shots he faced.
Grubauer won all four games he started in this series. Allowing only four goals on 82 shots. He was beat late in the game by a point-shot tip in from Clayton Keller which he just missed with his stick. It's fair to say that the Golden Knights will be a much stiffer test for Grubauer, but he has remained healthy, is playing well and will get some deserved rest while the remaining teams finish their series. The Avalanche move to the second round for the second year in a row.
Philipp Grubauer slammed the door on Arizona in Colorado's 3-0 win on Tuesday. He stopped all 13 shots he faced.
It wasn't a busy night for Grubauer as you can tell by the shot count. Colorado had pinned the Coyotes all night as evidenced by the 40-14 shot count. He made the saves when he had to. He has two career playoff shut outs that have both come with the Avalanche. Look for him to get the nod in game 2.