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By Amy Fetherolf (@afetherolf)
Goalie stats pulled from Monday February 11, 2013 through Sunday February 17, 2013.
1. Ben Scrivens – After James Reimer was injured during the Leafs’ game against the Flyers, Scrivens was fantastic in relief, stopping 32 of 33 shots he faced to preserve the 5-2 win. He continued his strong play for the rest of the week, stopping 96 of 100 shots (.960 SV%) in the three games he played, and earning his first career NHL shutout against the Senators.
2. Pekka Rinne – Rinne was outstanding in his three starts, earning two shutouts, and allowing just two goals in three games. He stopped 64 of 66 shots faced (.970 SV%), but wasn’t able to get the shootout win against the Ducks.
2. Viktor Fasth – The 30-year-old from Sweden continued to be lights out for the Ducks, stopping 86 of 92 shots (.935 SV%) in his three wins last week. He was named the NHL’s Second Star of the Week, and has yet to lose an NHL game in his first...
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