FHL: Minding the Nets
Take a look through seven weeks, and only Martin Brodeur, Miikka Kiprusoff, Marty Turco, Dominik Hasek, Roberto Luongo and Tomas Vokoun strike me as clear-cut No. 1 goalies you can absolutely trust for every game the remainder of the season, and even then, Hasek is one of the game's most notorious injury risks. A few others are close, but with some of those who are close at risk to get hurt and others on teams that have a top-quality backup likely to keep pressing them for the starting role all season, there's no guarantee your guy will be the go-to one for his team all season.
With such instability in the nets, let's take a look at nine teams whose goalie situations today are very much up in the air. Will any of these somewhat-risky options step up as reliable fantasy plays, or will those who have already keep up their torrid starts?
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