Curtis McElhinney

#35 G / Toronto Maple Leafs / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 205 lb Age: 34 College: Colorado College

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  • McElhinney delivered an impressive 38-save performance in a 4-1 win over the Bruins on Saturday night. He doesn't get many starts, but he sure looked sharp in this one. McElhinney has a 2-1 record this season, but this was by far his most impressive game. The veteran backup is on the streamer radar and could also be utilized as a potential low-priced flier in daily contests when facing a favorable opponent.

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  • McElhinney will start in goal against host Boston on Saturday, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports. This is a rare start for McElhinney, but it makes sense that he'd draw in for the latter half of the back-to-back set. He'll be facing a Bruins team that's ranked 18th in the league in home scoring at 2.89 goals per contest.

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  • McElhinney allowed five goals on 28 shots in Thursday's 5-3 loss at Los Angeles. The first five goals in this game were all scored against McElhinney, though his team dominated the final 22 minutes to make things interesting. While starter Frederik Andersen hasn't exactly set the world on fire with a .901 save percentage through 12 starts, his little-used backup has been even worse with a 4.10 GAA and .869 save percentage in two appearances.

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  • McElhinney will start in goal Thursday against the Kings, Mark Masters of TSN reports. McElhinney earned a victory in his only start this season on Oct. 18 against the Red Wings. With the team playing a back-to-back set Wednesday and Thursday, he will finally receive another opportunity to man the net for the second time this campaign, squaring off against a Kings squad notching 3.25 goals per game.

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  • McElhinney stopped 30 of 33 shots in a 6-3 victory over Detroit on Wednesday. Three goals is par for the course for McElhinney, who got a lot of help from the Leafs' four first-period goals. He did an adequate job but certainly didn't look like he'd make Frederik Anderson worry about losing the No. 1 role. McElhinney is much closer to being No. 3 than No. 1 with Calvin Pickard waiting behind him.

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