Binnington compiled an impressive 30-13-7 record while maintaining a 2.56 GAA and .912 save percentage through 50 appearances before the NHL postponed its season in March.
Binnington's ratios have both sharply declined from the exceptional numbers he posted a season ago (1.89 GAA and .927 save percentage), but those figures were always believed to be unsustainable, and he's already racked up 30 wins and three shutouts to make up for it. As long as the Blues remain contenders, Binnington will remain a high-end fantasy option.
Binnington kicked out 32 pucks in a 2-1 loss to Florida on Monday.
Binnington didn't receive anything in the way of offensive support outside of a Colton Parayko goal midway through the second period. He's now dropped back-to-back starts immediately following a six-game winning streak. Binnington will have the opportunity to get back to his winning ways when St. Louis embarks upon a three-game stretch against Anaheim, St. Louis and Ottawa.
Binnington will guard the crease at home against Florida on Monday, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Binnginton saw a six-game winning streak come to a close after giving up three goals on 31 shots in Friday's matchup with New Jersey. The netminder has squared off with the Panthers just once in his young career and will have to stymie an offense that is scoring at 3.32 goals per game (seventh highest in the league).
Binnington gave up three goals on 31 shots in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Devils.
Binnington had won six straight starts before dropping Friday's result. The setback dropped Binnington to 30-12-7 with a 2.57 GAA and a .911 save percentage through 49 starts. The 26-year-old goalie remains one of the most reliable in fantasy -- expect him to have a chance to redeem himself either Sunday in Chicago or Monday at home versus the Panthers.
Binnington will patrol the crease during Friday's road clash with the Devils, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Binnington has been unstoppable recently, stringing together six straight wins while posting an impressive 1.49 GAA and .934 save percentage. The 26-year-old netminder will look to keep rolling in a road matchup with a Devils team that's gone 12-10-10 at home this year.
Binnington stopped 25 shots in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Rangers.
After Mika Zibanejad found the back of the net midway through the first period, Binnington shut down the Blueshirts and gave his squad a chance to take control of the game. The netminder has now won six straight starts, posting a dazzling 1.49 GAA and .934 save percentage over that hot streak.
Binnington will defend the blue paint during Tuesday's road game versus the Rangers, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Binnington has been seemingly unbeatable recently, stringing together five straight wins while posting an impressive 1.58 GAA and .928 save percentage. He'll attempt to pick up his 30th victory of the season in a road matchup with a Rangers team that's averaging 3.39 goals per game at home this campaign, good for eighth most in the NHL.
Binnington made 15 saves in a 3-2 overtime win over the Islanders on Thursday.
Binnington was less than two minutes away from a loss when teammate Vince Dunn knotted the game at 2-2 with 1:44 left in regulation. St. Louis defenseman Colton Parayko then scored in extra time, delivering Binnington his fifth consecutive win. Binnington, who has allowed more than two goals just once in his last six starts, is now a blistering 29-11-7 for the season with a 2.60 GAA and .910 save percentage.
Binnington will guard the crease versus the Islanders at home Thursday, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Binnington is still riding a four-game winning streak despite having given up five goals on 30 shots (.833 save percentage) to the Blackhawks in his last outing. Even with that poor performance, the Ontario native is sporting a 1.50 GAA during his winning streak. In his previous two career clashes with the Isles, the netminder went 0-0-2 with a .912 save percentage and will no doubt be eager to secure his first win against the club.
Binnington stopped 25 of 30 shots in a 6-5 victory over Chicago on Tuesday.
It wasn't pretty, but Binnington earned his fourth straight win. He was beaten five times by the Blackhawks after entering the night having allowed just one goal combined over his previous three starts. Binnington will close out the week with a pair of tough home matchups against the Islanders and Stars on Thursday and Saturday, respectively.
Binnington will guard the home cage during Tuesday's clash with Chicago, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Binnington has been lights out recently, picking up three straight wins while posting a mind-boggling 0.33 GAA and .984 save percentage. The 26-year-old backstop will look to keep rolling in a home matchup with a struggling Blackhawks squad that's gone 1-3-0 in its last four games.
Binnington stopped 32 of 33 shots Sunday in a 4-1 win over Minnesota.
Binnington was coming off back-to-back shutouts and wasn't solved by the Wild until 1:43 into the second period. That ended the scoreless streak at just 143 minutes, but Binnington slammed the door the rest of the way to earn his third straight win. In fact, made more saves Sunday against the Wild than he had over his two shutouts combined. Binnington boasts a .966 save percentage over his last four starts heading into next week's three-game road swing.
Binnington will guard the road cage for Sunday's game against Minnesota, Jessi Pierce of The Athletic reports.
Binnington has been outstanding for the Blues in his past five starts, going 2-1-2 along with a 2.18 GAA and .922 save percentage over that span. It will likely be a tough matchup for the 26-year-old and the Blues on Sunday, as the Wild sport a 17-9-5 record at home this campaign.
Binnington made 14 saves in a 1-0 victory over Arizona on Thursday.
Binnington has enjoyed consecutive low-volume shutouts this week, having faced a total of just 31 shots while blanking New Jersey and Arizona. He'll likely face a stiffer test his next time out, with the Blues embarking upon a brief road swing through Dallas and Minnesota this weekend. Binnington is 26-11-7 on the season with a 2.60 GAA and .911 save percentage.
Binnington will guard the goal during Thursday's home clash with the Coyotes, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Binnington was unbeatable in his last start Tuesday against the Devils, stopping all 17 shots he faced en route to a 3-0 victory. The 26-year-old netminder will attempt to secure his 26th win of the season in a home matchup with an Arizona team that's only averaging 2.39 goals per game on the road this campaign, 26th in the NHL.
Binnington recorded a 17-save shutout in Tuesday's 3-0 win over the Devils.
Binnington had no trouble in dispatching the Metropolitan Division's worst team. It's his second shutout of the year and the seventh of his career. The win snapped a four-game skid for the 26-year-old, who is now 25-11-7 with a 2.66 GAA and a .910 save percentage through 43 starts. Quality of opponent not withstanding, it's a positive sign to see Binnington back in the win column. He'll try to build some momentum in his next start, either Thursday against the Coyotes or Friday in Dallas.
Binnington will guard the cage during Tuesday's home game against New Jersey, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Binnington has struggled recently, suffering four consecutive defeats while posting a sub-par 3.47 GAA and .896 save percentage. The 26-year-old backstop will attempt to get back on track in a favorable home matchup with a Devils team that's 12-16-0 on the road this year.
Binnington stopped 22 of 24 shots Sunday in a 2-1 loss to the Predators.
A snipe by Nashville's Kyle Turris in the final minutes of regulation handed Binnington his fourth straight loss, the last three of which have come by a single goal. On the positive side, it was the first start in which Binnington allowed less than three goals since Jan. 15. On the negative side, the 26-year-old has just two wins in his last 10 starts (2-5-3). He'll try to right the ship Tuesday at home against a New Jersey squad that traded forward Blake Coleman and defenseman Andy Greene in separate deals Sunday.
Binnington is the projected starter for Sunday's road game versus the Predators, Robby Stanley of NHL.com reports.
Binnington has allowed three or more goals in eight straight games, but he played quite well Thursday by steering away 46 of 52 shots in an overtime loss to Vegas. He'll look to bounce back on the second game of a home-and-home series against the Preds, who won Saturday's clash 4-3 with Jake Allen in net for the Blues.
Binnington yielded six goals on 52 shots in Thursday's 6-5 overtime loss to the Golden Knights.
The back-and-forth game appeared to be in the Blues' favor with Zach Sanford's fourth goal of the contest midway through the third period. Binnington then allowed Alex Tuch's equalizer before Jonathan Marchessault beat the goalie in overtime. The 26-year-old slipped to 24-10-7 with a 2.74 GAA and a .909 save percentage in 41 starts. He hasn't limited a team to two or fewer goals since Jan. 11 against the Rangers, a span of eight starts during which he's posted an .873 save percentage. Binnington will likely see one start during a weekend home-and-home against the Predators, but he's been hard to trust in fantasy lately.
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