Joni Ortio

#37 G / Calgary Flames / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 185 lb Age: 25 College: None

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    Flames' Joni Ortio: Picks up rare win after offensive explosion

    Ortio saved 24 of 27 shots in Thursday's 7-3 victory over Vancouver. Ortio thought he had a game on his hands after the first period ended 2-2, but then Calgary's offense surprisingly exploded. With that type of production, the 24-year-old may have picked up a few more wins this year (he's at seven now) despite the .902 save percentage on the season. Disappointment and inconsistency haunts Ortio's campaign, although it's been a limited one.

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    Flames' Joni Ortio: Receives Thursday's starting nod

    Ortio will start in goal for the team's home finale Thursday against Vancouver, Roger Millions of Sportsnet Calgary reports. Thursday will mark Ortio's 22nd appearance of the 2015-16, something that the Flames likely didn't envision prior to the season. The team entered the season with three goalies on one-way deals, and only Karri Ramo had what could be recognized as a semblance of a successful season. When Ramo went down for the year with a knee injury, a bulk of the Flames' goaltending duties fell on Ortio, and he has largely disappointed. Ortio's overall inconsistency makes him a difficult play in any fantasy format.

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    Flames' Joni Ortio: Still can't solve Kings in close loss

    Ortio allowed five goals on 26 shots in a 5-4 loss to the Kings on Tuesday. Ortio is now 0-3-0 against the Kings on the season, as he has just not been able to get over that Los Angeles hump. The loss now puts him at 2-3-0 in his last five starts. This game was just another poor showing in what has been a largely lackluster season for the 24-year-old.

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    Flames' Joni Ortio: In goal Tuesday

    Ortio gets the starting nod against the Kings on Tuesday, Aaron Vickers of reports. Ortio will make his third consecutive start coming off his first shutout of the season. On the year, the netminder has put together a middling performance as he has registered a 6-9-4 record with a .908 save percentage. Given his inconsistency this season, you may want to look elsewhere for a goalie in your fantasy lineups.

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    Flames' Joni Ortio: Pitches shutout against Oilers

    Ortio faced the Oilers for the first time in his career Saturday, stopping all 28 shots he faced in a 5-0 win. It was also the first shutout of the season for Ortio, who has been playing fairly well of late. The 24-year-old is now 6-9-4 on the season with a .908 save percentage. The Flames don;t win often, but Ortio is a decent option right now if you want solid rate stats, as he's allowed two or fewer goals in three of his last four appearances.

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    Flames' Joni Ortio: Looking at Saturday start in Battle of Alberta

    Since he was in the starter's net at morning skate, Ortio is expected to be in the crease Saturday night, taking on the Oilers in Edmonton, Derek Willis of Sportsnet 960 The FAN reports. Ortio has only won five games through 19 showings, but the Finn thrives on the road. In eight appearances away from Calgary, Ortio has fashioned a 2.39 GAA. While that stat doesn't jump off the page, it's a stark contrast to the 3.00 GAA he's posted in front of the home crowd. The Oilers have the 26th-ranked offense, but the Flames are the worst defensive team in the league, making this a matchup to avoid altogether.

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    Flames' Joni Ortio: Set to start Thursday

    Ortio will start between the pipes Thursday against the Kings, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The FAN reports. With a back-to-back set on tap for the Flames on Wednesday and Thursday, he will take the first night off in favor of game 2. In doing so, Ortio will avoid an Anaheim club averaging 3.00 goals per game in March) but will instead face the Kings, who have actually been a tad better (3.07 goals per game). While the youngster has been the best of the three netminders lately, it wouldn't be surprising if the team continues to split the starts between the three options.

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    Flames' Joni Ortio: Makes 22 saves in victory

    Ortio stopped 22 shots in a 5-2 win against Arizona on Monday. Ortio has been fairly solid in the month of March with a 2.3 GAA and a 5-3-2 record. It remains to be seen whether he's the goalie of the future in Calgary, but he has certainly been an improvement over Karri Ramo and Jonas Hiller as of late.

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    Flames' Joni Ortio: To start Monday

    Ortio has been penciled in as Monday's starting goaltender in Arizona, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The FAN reports. Despite taking the loss in Saturday's game against the Blackhawks, the 24-year-old Ortio set aside 23 of the 25 shots sent his direction. The outing has earned him another go Monday, when he will prepare to face a Coyotes club he yielded three goals to earlier in March. He will be on the road this time around, but his splits outside of Calgary (2.33 GAA, .928 save percentage) are actually better than when he's on the home ice sheet.

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    Flames' Joni Ortio: 23 saves not enough Saturday

    Ortio gave up two goals on 25 shots in Saturday's loss to the Blackhawks. Ortio had a strong game, but got outplayed by a much busier Scott Darling. Ortio has now suffered two consecutive losses, dropping his record to 4-8-4 on the season. While the wins haven't been there, the 24-year-old has turned in some decent performances of late for a Flames team out of the playoff hunt. He's been inconsistent, but Ortio has played well enough to be of value in some deeper leagues.