Al Montoya

#35 G / Florida Panthers / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 203 lb Age: 30 College: Michigan

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Panthers' Al Montoya: Stands tall against Washington

    Montoya was peppered by the Capitals on Tuesday, facing 38 shots and allowing just two goals on his way to win number eight on the season. Starts have been infrequent, yet Montoya has been superb, logging a 8-2-1 record with a 1.93 GAA. Roberto Luongo will continue to see the bulk of the ice time for the Panthers, but on those rare rest days, the 30-year-old backup has ensured Florida remains the stingiest team in the league, allowing just 2.18 goals per game.

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    Panthers' Al Montoya: Starting Tuesday against Washington

    Montoya will be between the pipes in Tuesday's game against the Capitals, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports. Montoya surrendered four goals on 24 shots faced in a loss to the Oilers in his last start Jan. 18. The 30-year-old veteran goaltender has played well overall this season, compiling a 7-2-1 record with a .929 save percentage and 1.92 GAA in 12 games played. He draws a tough matchup Tuesday against a Washington team that currently sits atop the Eastern Conference standings, due in part to their league-leading 3.32 goals scored per game average. Montoya has had success against the Capitals in two previous contests this season, earning a win and an overtime loss while giving up a total of just three goals.

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    Panthers' Al Montoya: Terrible in loss Monday

    Montoya gave up four goals on just 24 shots in a 4-2 loss to the visiting Oilers on Monday. That's two straight losses for the Panthers' backup, who had won the previous five games in a row. Montoya's still got impressive numbers for the year (7-2-1 with a .929 save percentage and 1.92 GAA), but now that Florida's cooled off after their 12-game winning streak, Montoya's lost a bit of his lustre as one of hockey's best backup netminders.

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    Panthers' Al Montoya: In goal Monday

    Montoya will start in goal Monday against the Oilers, Harvey Fialkov of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports. Montoya has seen more work than usual recently, and will get another crack between the pipes Monday with the Panthers set for the second game of a back-to-back set. He yielded two goals on 21 shots in relief of Roberto Luongo last Wednesday, and has been great in limited work this season. Over 11 ppearances thus far, the netminder has posted a 7-1-1 record with a 1.71 GAA and a .937 save percentage, and he'll look to improve on those numbers Monday as the Panthers take on an Oilers club that's lost four of the last five game.

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    Panthers' Al Montoya: Allows two goals in relief

    Montoya denied 19 of 21 shots Wednesday against Calgary after starter Roberto Luongo surrendered four goals on just 15 shots in the eventual 6-0 loss. The goalie change hardly made a difference to Flames rookie Sam Bennett, who recorded four goals, including a third-period marker against Montoya. This was the first relief appearance of the season for Montoya and now he has a 7-1-1 record, .937 save percentage and 1.71 GAA on the season. Based on those impressive stats, Montoya is an excellent safety net should Luongo continue to struggle or get injured.

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    Panthers' Al Montoya: Helps team continue winning ways Sunday

    Montoya stopped 24 of 25 shots in Sunday's win over the Oilers. It was a performance worthy of the first star for Montoya, who helped Florida win their 12th straight game. Montoya has been excellent behind Roberto Luongo this season, posting a 7-1-1 record with a .940 save percentage. The 30-year-old has given up just a single goal in each of his last six appearances, so anytime Luongo gets a night off, getting Montoya into your lineup wouldn't be a bad idea.

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    Panthers' Al Montoya: Set to face Oilers on Sunday

    Montoya will work between the pipes Sunday night against the Oilers, who are scheduled to host the contest, Craig Davis of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports. Big Al has been one of the league's most dependable backups this season, if not the very best. Through nine starts, he's turned in a 1.69 GAA and .938 save percentage, and the sixth-year man from Chicago, IL has only surrendered one goal in each of the past five contests.

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    Panthers' Al Montoya: Denies 39 in win

    Montoya turned aside 39 of 40 shots in Sunday's win over the Wild. It was a terrific outing for Montoya, as he was dealt a heavy workload all night long but held on to protect the 2-1 victory. The 30-year-old doesn't play often, but he's now allowed just one goal in each of his last four starts and has proven to be a solid streaming option when he given the starting nod.

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    Panthers' Al Montoya: In goal Sunday

    Montoya will start in goal Sunday against the Wild, Harvey Fialkov of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports. Montoya's last start came Dec. 17 against the Devils, when it took him just 15 saves to emerge victorious. He'll get another start Sunday in the second game of a back-to-back set when the Panthers square off against a Wild club scoring 2.35 goals per game on the road this season.

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    Panthers' Al Montoya: Cruises to victory over Devils

    Montoya needed to make just 15 saves to run away with a 5-1 victory in New Jersey on Thursday. In fact, the Panthers' backup was well on his way to his first shutout since the 2013-14 campaign, only to have Sergei Kalinin break it up by scoring a power-play goal with 6:22 remaining. Montoya's been a surprisingly credible presence on the rare occasions he's been asked to fill in for Roberto Luongo this season; he's allowed only one goal in each of his last three starts (all wins) and owns a stunning .930 save mark over his eight outings.

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