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Goals Against
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Saves
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Fantasy Points
Nov 30, 2022 4 41 45 12.2
Nov 25, 2022 3 41 44 5.2
Nov 22, 2022 2 29 31 8.8
Nov 16, 2022 1 14 15 1.8
Nov 12, 2022 3 27 30

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Fantasy Points per Game
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Wins
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Losses
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Goals Against Average
2022 59.86 5 4 294 2.87
2021 160.65.2 17 12 848 3.12
2020 174.3 2 1 65 2.13
3y Avg. 1074.7 10 10 610 3.15
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Yields four goals in shootout win

    Anderson stopped 40 of 44 shots in Wednesday's 5-4 shootout win over the Red Wings. Anderson had a 4-1 lead to protect in the third period, but the Red Wings tallied three times in a span of 5:40 to erase the deficit. After that, Anderson and the Sabres settled down, which included killing a two-man disadvantage late in regulation. The 41-year-old goalie stayed hot with three stops in the shootout to get his second win in three starts. He's up to 5-4-0 with a 2.87 GAA and a .916 save percentage through 10 outings this season. The Sabres are back home to face the Avalanche on Thursday, though it'll likely be Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen making that start.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: In goal Wednesday

    Anderson will guard the road goal in Wednesday's game versus the Red Wings, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports. Anderson has alternated starts with Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen over the last six games. In his two outings over that span, Anderson has allowed five goals on 75 shots while going 1-1-0. The 41-year-old faces a Detroit team that has earned at least one point in five of its last six games.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Stands tall but gets no help

    Anderson made 41 saves Friday in a 3-1 loss to the Devils. Jack Hughes' quick release on a passing play from the right face-off circle fooled Anderson two minutes into the second period and a few minutes later, Jesper Boqvist wired a high shot over the netminder's shoulder from inside the left circle to push the score to 2-0. The Sabres got one back before Tomas Tatar finished the scoring late in the same frame by threading a shot inside the far post. Anderson did all he could Friday, but he can't win without support from his team. Anderson has now lost four out of his last five decisions.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: First off ice Friday

    Anderson was the first goaltender off the ice Friday, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports, indicating he will defend the home crease against New Jersey. Anderson is 4-3-0 with a 2.71 GAA and a .914 save percentage this season. He'll be facing a red-hot Devils team, who had its 13-game winning streak snapped Wednesday in a 2-1 loss to Toronto. The Devils have averaged 3.70 goals per game this season.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Clutch in win

    Anderson stopped 29 of 31 shots in a 7-2 blowout victory against the Canadiens on Tuesday. Anderson was excellent Tuesday, as he earned Buffalo its first win in almost three weeks. Anderson now has a winning record of 4-3-0 on the season with a save percentage of .910 to go with a 2.82 GAA.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Slated to start

    Anderson is on track to start between the pipes in Tuesday's road game versus the Canadiens, Paul Hamilton of WGR Sports Radio 550 reports. Anderson wasn't great in his last start last Tuesday versus Vancouver, surrendering five goals on 32 shots en route to a 5-4 defeat. The 41-year-old vet will try to snap his personal three-game losing streak in a road matchup with a Montreal team that's averaging 3.50 goals per game at home this season, 11th in the NHL.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Relieves injured Comrie

    Anderson stopped 14 of 15 shots after replacing Eric Comrie (undisclosed) in the second period of Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the Senators. Anderson came in after a collision with Senators forward Mathieu Joseph forced Comrie to exit early. The veteran goalie played well after coming in cold, as Anderson entered trailing 2-1 and the score didn't change until Alex DeBrincat potted an insurance tally off a rebound with 5:39 left in the third. Ottawa tacked on an empty-netter in the final minute to complete the scoring, and Comrie was stuck with the loss since the winning goal came prior to his injury. This was the seventh consecutive loss for the Sabres, so Anderson's upside remains capped, even if Comrie's injury proves serious enough to hand Anderson the starting role for a while.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Suffers one-goal loss

    Anderson made 27 saves during Tuesday's 5-4 loss to the Canucks. Anderson, the NHL's oldest active player, yielded five goals through the opening 28:25, but he blanked the Canucks the rest of the way, allowing the Sabres a chance to rally. It fell short and the Sabres dropped their sixth straight game. The 41-year-old netminder fell to 3-3-0 as the Sabres have yielded 29 goals during the skid.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Back in net Tuesday

    Anderson will guard the home net Tuesday against Vancouver, per Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News. It'll be the second start in a row for Anderson, who allowed three goals on 30 shots in a loss Saturday to the Bruins. The 41-year-old netminder has a 3-2-0 record with a strong .922 save percentage while sharing goaltending duties with Eric Comrie.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Needs more help from teammates

    Anderson made 27 saves in a 3-1 loss to Boston on Saturday. Patrice Bergeron beat him twice, once on the power play to open the scoring and again at even strength late to finish things off. Jakub Zboril also tucked one behind him at 12:31 of the third to push Boston out front. The Sabres have lost five consecutive games; two of those have belonged to Anderson. The team needs to tighten things up in all zones in order to make the lives of its netminders a little easier.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Starting versus Boston

    Anderson will get the home crease against Boston on Saturday, Paul Hamilton of WGR Sports Radio 550 reports. Anderson will pick up his fifth start of the campaign in the Sabres' 14th game this season. He is 3-1-0 with a 2.25 GAA and a .927 save percentage. Anderson gave up only two goals in his first two games of the season but has allowed seven goals over his last two games on 58 shots. He faces the red-hot Bruins, who have a 12-2-0 record while averaging 4.07 goals per game this season.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Takes loss versus Hurricanes

    Anderson allowed four goals on 32 shots in Friday's 5-3 loss to the Hurricanes. The fifth goal was an empty-netter. The Hurricanes' top six set the tone in this contest, and the Sabres' offense couldn't match the pace. Anderson had allowed just five goals over his first three starts of the year before taking his first loss Friday. The 41-year-old has essentially slipped into the backup role behind Eric Comrie, who will likely start Saturday's game versus the Lightning to complete the back-to-back set. Anderson has been solid when called upon, but he is only a streaming option in season-long formats and a matchup-based play in DFS.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Gets start Friday

    Anderson will be between the visiting pipes against Carolina on Friday, Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News reports. It will be Anderson's fourth start of the season. He is a perfect 3-0-0 in 2022-23, stopping 87 of 92 shots in wins over Ottawa, Vancouver and Chicago. It will be a tougher matchup Friday against the Hurricanes, who are currently 7-2-1 while averaging 3.30 goals per game.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Remains unbeaten this season

    Anderson made 23 saves Saturday in a 4-3 overtime win over Chicago. Anderson remains unbeaten this season (3-0-0) and has allowed just five goals across those three games. The 41-year-old has been outstanding this season and with the right rest and recovery, he will deliver spot-start value for fantasy managers.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Gets start Saturday

    Anderson will defend the home cage against Chicago on Saturday, Paul Hamilton of WGR Sports Radio 550 reports. Anderson was the first goalie off the ice and with Eric Comrie on the ice early to work with the goaltender coach, Anderson will get the start. Anderson is 2-0-0 this season, giving up only two goals on 66 shots. He will play against the Blackhawks, who have been competing surprisingly well under new head coach Luke Richardson. The Blackhawks are back on the road after a four-game homestand and have scored 21 goals in their last five games.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Allows one goal in win

    Anderson allowed a goal on 30 shots in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Canucks. Anderson drew a rare start Saturday and extended Vancouver's season-opening misery. This was his second start of the year, and he's allowed just two goals on 66 shots. Eric Comrie had started the last three games against a brutal stretch of opponents in Florida, Edmonton and Calgary, so it appears this could still be a timeshare situation in the Sabres' crease. They end a road trip Tuesday in Seattle, which is a solid matchup for whichever goalie draws the start.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: First off ice Saturday

    Anderson was the first goaltender off the ice Saturday, reports Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News, indicating he will be in the road crease against Vancouver. Anderson has not played since Opening Night, when he turned aside 35 of 36 shots in a 4-1 win over Ottawa. The 41-year-old netminder looks to have been overtaken for the No. 1 job with the Sabres by Eric Comrie. He will face the Canucks in Vancouver's home opener Saturday. The Canucks have scored 15 goals in five games.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Razor sharp against former squad

    Anderson made 35 saves in a 4-1 win over Ottawa on Thursday. The score was far closer than its final mark -- the Sabres put in two empty-net goals in the last minute of play to tilt the box score in a very tight contest. Anderson was super sharp against his former team, but he's 41 and last started more than 40 games some five seasons ago (2018-19). He's a match-ups 'tender at this point in his career.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: To start Thursday

    Anderson will guard the home crease against the Senators on Thursday, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports. Anderson was the first goaltender off the ice at practice Thursday. The veteran netminder was 17-12-2 with a 3.12 GAA and an .897 save percentage last season. Look for the 41-year-old netminder to get 35-40 starts if he can remain healthy this season.
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  • Sabres' Craig Anderson: Guarding cage Tuesday

    Anderson will get the starting nod at home versus Carolina on Tuesday, Paul Hamilton of WGR Sports Radio 550 reports. Anderson faced just nine shots, allowing one goal, in his previous preseason outing against the Flyers on Tuesday. A veteran of 683 games, including 597 starts, Anderson shouldn't need much in the way of preseason action to prepare for the season and figures to see the majority of the starts over Eric Comrie.
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