Thomas Greiss

#1 G / New York Islanders / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 220 lb Age: 31 College: None

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  • Greiss allowed four goals on 32 shots during Thursday's 6-4 win over Carolina. While this wasn't a strong showing, Greiss entered in solid form with just two goals allowed in consecutive games and now sports a 5-2-2 record. Unfortunately, he owns an underwhelming .902 save percentage and 3.37 GAA for the year and is splitting starts with Jaroslav Halak. As a result, the German backstop is more of a depth option in the majority of fantasy settings. He's definitely still worth considering when starting against a favorable opponent, though.

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  • Greiss will be between the pipes for Thursday's home clash with Carolina. Greiss will make his fourth start in the Isles' last five outings versus the Hurricanes. In his previous three appearances, the netminder was undefeated in regulation, but could be in for a heavy workload as Carolina is averaging 36.0 shots per game -- second highest in the league.

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  • Greiss stopped 35 of 37 shots in Saturday's win over the Blues. Greiss stood on his head to shut down the Blues and pick up his fourth win of the season. He's had a rough start this year, but this performance is sure to earn him some more crease time moving forward. Greiss shares the net with Jaroslav Halak, but if the former can build off this victory, he could be one to look at moving forward. The 31-year-old owns a lackluster .905 save percentage, but neither him or Halak has taken command of the starting role, so this could be his chance to make a mark.

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  • Greiss will defend the net for Saturday night's road game against the Blues, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports. With the Islanders' still very much employing a goalie-by-committee approach, Greiss will make just his eighth start of the season after Jaroslav Halak got lit up in a 5-0 loss to the Stars on Friday. Greiss hasn't been particularly better though, as the German keeper owns an .879 save percentage and 3.74 GAA through his last four outings.

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  • Greiss stopped 23 of 25 shots in Tuesday's 2-1 overtime loss to Edmonton. Greiss got his team a point, but promptly gave up the overtime game-winner to Connor McDavid after just 38 seconds. While his team carried play with 37 shots in this one, Greiss still fell to 3-2-2. That respectable record masks an ugly 3.48 GAA and .898 save percentage.

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