Ben Scrivens

G / Edmonton Oilers / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Placed on waivers

      News: Ben Scrivens was placed on waivers by the Oilers on Sunday.
      Analysis: Ben Scrivens was battling Andrew Nilsson for the backup goaltender spot in Edmonton behind Cam Talbot, but it appears he's lost out on the job. He'll now go on waivers, and will likely be assigned to AHL Bakersfield assuming he goes unclaimed.
    • Oilers Looking For Upgrade From Scrivens?

      News: Ben Scrivens is likely to have some additional competition in net this season, according to the Oilers web site.
      Analysis: The Oilers currently have Ben Scrivens and Viktor Fasth as their starting goaltenders but could look to deal their second of two first-round picks (16th overall) for one of several young netminders (Cam Talbot) that are available this offseason. If they keep the 16th overall pick, they could also select the top-ranked goaltender on their board. We all know the Oilers will take Connor McDavid with the first overall pick, but he won't solve all of their problems. Defense along with goaltending will continue to be an issue.
    • Oilers' Scrivens Allows Six Goals In Finale

      News: Ben Scrivens allowed six goals on 23 shots in Saturday's loss to the Canucks.
      Analysis: Ben Scrivens is probably relieved that this mess of a season has come to an end. The 28-year-old goaltender finished the year with four straight losses, allowing a whopping 20 goals in that span. With a 15-26-11 record to go with a .890 save percentage and 3.16 GAA, Scrivens really wasn't of much fantasy value at any point this season. If the Oilers can turn things around in 2015-16, Scrivens is a bounce-back candidate, but his ceiling still remains low.
    • Oilers Turn To Scrivens For Season Finale

      News: Ben Scrivens will be the starter in goal for Saturday's game against the Canucks, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.
      Analysis: It was expected that Viktor Fasth would get the nod for the season finale after the Oilers activated him from IR a day earlier, but coach Todd Nelson decided that Ben Scrivens was deserving of one more turn. Scrivens will be under contract 2015-16, but after he supplied a dismal 3.11 GAA and .892 save percentage over 56 games this season, the Oilers are sure to at least explore other options on the goalie market this summer.
    • Oilers' Scrivens Allows Four Goals In Loss

      News: Ben Scrivens allowed four goals on 29 shots in Saturday's loss to the Flames.
      Analysis: Another poor showing from Ben Scrivens, who's allowed a whopping 14 goals in his last three games. The 28-year-old falls to 15-26-10 on the season with a .892 save percentage and 3.11 GAA. He's the starter in Edmonton, but his awful rate stats and lackluster record makes him only of value in the deepest of leagues.
    • Oilers Standing By Scrivens For Saturday Start

      News: Ben Scrivens will receive the start in goal Saturday against the Flames.
      Analysis: With Richard Bachman still away from the team to attend to a personal matter, Ben Scrivens will earn a third consecutive start. It's hardly a deserved appointment, as he's been rotten in the previous two turns with a total of 10 goals allowed in losses to the Ducks and Kings. He can't be trusted to produce improved results in Saturday's matchup.
    • Scrivens Pulled By Oilers On Thursday

      News: Ben Scrivens was beaten for five goals on 21 shots Thursday before being pulled in an 8-2 shellacking at the hands of the Kings.
      Analysis: Ouch. Tyler Bunz came on at the start of the third period, making his NHL debut, and was no better. Just another miserable day at the office for Ben Scrivens, who's allowed a spectacularly bad 21 goals in his last five games. Somehow, he's managed to win twice in that span.
    • Oilers Turn To Scrivens Thursday

      News: Ben Scrivens will start in net Thursday against the Kings, Elliott Teaford of the Los Angeles News Group reports.
      Analysis: Ben Scrivens was all but guaranteed to start Thursday's contest with the news that Richard Bachman wouldn't be with the club for personal reasons. He struggled in his last start Wednesday, allowing five goals to the Ducks, and will face another tough opponent in the Kings on Thursday, playing on back-to-back nights.
    • Oilers' Scrivens Gives Up Five To Ducks

      News: Ben Scrivens gave up five goals on 27 shots in Wednesday's 5-1 loss to the Ducks.
      Analysis: Another start and another loss for Ben Scrivens, whose record dropped to 15-24-10 in this one. Worse than his record are his dismal 3.03 GAA and .894 save percentage, numbers that should have him off your radar in next year's drafts.
    • Oilers' Scrivens To Start Wednesday

      News: Ben Scrivens will be between the pipes for Wednesday's game against the Ducks, Mark Spector of reports.
      Analysis: Coach Todd Nelson likely would have preferred to ride a suddenly hot Richard Bachman in goal for Wednesday's game, but with the netminder leaving the team due to a death in the family, Ben Scrivens will pick up his first start since March 25. The Oilers have been playing their best hockey of the season of late with victories in six of their past eight games, but Scrivens' overall body of work shouldn't inspire a ton of confidence for the winning ways to continue much longer. The Ducks have been victorious in both of the two teams' previous three meetings this season, with Scrivens on the losing end of a 2-1 decision back on Feb. 21.
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