Frederik Andersen

#31 G / Toronto Maple Leafs / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 220 lb Age: 28 College: None

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  • Andersen will guard the goal for Tuesday night's contest in Philadelphia, Kristen Shilton of TSN reports. Andersen has been excellent of late, winning five of his last six starts while compiling a .932 save percentage and 2.48 GAA over that time period. The Dane will be freshly rested, having not played since Saturday's win in Pittsburgh, and will look to stymie a hot Philadelphia team that has scored 13 goals over the course of its last three contests.

  • Andersen allowed three goals on 36 shots in a 4-3 victory against the Penguins on Saturday. The Maple Leafs controlled this contest for most of the night, but Andersen did yield a couple goals late in the second period to give the Penguins some life. Pittsburgh also pulled back within one inside three minutes left in regulation but couldn't find the equalizer. Andersen has been hot and cold lately, but he appears to be very hot at the moment. He possesses a .945 save percentage in his last three games.

  • Andersen will serve as the starting backstop against the Penguins in Pittsburgh on Saturday, Terry Koshan of the Toronto Sun reports. Freddie faced a season-high 47 shots from the Flames on Wednesday, allowing just one goal en route to his 16th win of the season. The Danish netminder reportedly will be countered by Tristan Jarry, who's been filling in for injured starter Matt Murray (lower body), and Andersen should once again see a heavy volume of shots as the Penguins are firing 35.2 SOG per contest.

  • Andersen turned away 47 shots in a 2-1 shootout win over Calgary on Wednesday night. Andersen could have been the first, second and third star in Wednesday's game. He was simply that good. Andersen is delivering elite stats for the Leafs and fantasy owners. Keep him rolling.

  • Andersen will be between the pipes for Wednesday's tilt against the Flames, Kristen Shilton of reports. Andersen is back in the crease after the Leafs enjoyed a three-day break between games. In his previous outing versus the Flames, the netminer gave up just one goal on 20 shots -- his lightest workload of the season. If his teammates can once again limit the amount of rubber the Dane sees, you'd have to imagine he has a good chance at securing win No. 16 of the 2017-18 campaign.

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