Binnington will start in goal Saturday evening against the visiting Senators, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports. Binnington has been nothing short of amazing for the Blues, as he owns a 3-0-1 record, 1.55 GAA and .937 save percentage over six games -- there's a shutout over the Flyers mixed in there as well. He'll now take aim at shutting down an Ottawa team that ranks 14th in the league in road scoring (2.87 goals per game), albeit last in overall goals allowed at 4.36 per contest. This all amounts to Binnington being a trendy streaming option for Saturday's 11-game offering.
Binnington allowed two goals on 25 shots in Tuesday's overtime loss to the Islanders. Binnington had another strong performance for the Notes, but he didn't receive the offensive support he had before, snapping the team's three-game win streak. The 25-year-old still has a .937 save percentage and 1.55 GAA through four starts. It'll be interesting to see whether he gets the nod Thursday versus the Bruins since Jake Allen played lights-out in his most recent start as well.
Binnington will patrol the crease in Tuesday's road game against the Islanders, NHL.com's Brian Compton reports. Binnington has been razor sharp recently, picking up three consecutive victories while posting a superb 0.64 and .974 save percentage over that span. The 25-year-old netminder will look to stay dialed in and secure his fourth win of the season in a road matchup with an Islanders team that's averaging 3.05 goals per game at home this campaign, 20th in the NHL.
Binnington steered away 21 of 22 shots in Saturday's win over the Stars. Binnington has won all three starts this season and has a remarkable .974 save percentage and 0.67 GAA in that span. He's faced under 30 shots in each game, as the Blues have rallied around the 25-year-old, who has been in the Blues' system since being drafted in 2011. St. Louis doesn't have time to waste, so Binnington will likely be the team's main starter until he falters. He's a valuable waiver-wire option while he's hot.
Binnington will start in goal Saturday night against host Dallas, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Binnington has seemingly overstepped Jake Allen as the No. 1 goalie for the Blues -- at least for the time being. For obvious reasons, NHL coaches tend to ride the hot hand, and the rookie has marveled to the tune of a 2-0-1 record, 1.60 GAA and .937 save percentage. The 25-year-old even worked a shutout against the Flyers in Philadelphia on Monday, with the sterling performance raising the collective brow of fantasy owners abound. Now, Binnington will be challenged by a Stars team with an impressive home record of 14-5-2.
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