Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau thinks Viktor Fasth and Jonas Hiller's healthy competition is a good thing.
Fasth is challenging for the number one job after earning allowing just four goals in four victories. "It doesn't hurt," Boudreau said on Fasth challenging Hiller. "He keeps going like that . and Hilly knows. He's the first one congratulating him off the ice. They're a good team together. Hilly, he'll be playing soon and he'll be doing the same thing." Hiller fantasy owners should be concerned enough to grab Fasth if that option is still available to them, although in the long run, Hiller should still end up with more starts.