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Anderson stopped 37 of the 40 shots he faced in Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Maple Leafs.

Anderson got back on the right track Wednesday, earning his first win in his last three starts. Despite the team's lack of success, Anderson is actually turning in a stellar season so far, ranking sixth in the league with a .927 save percentage in 31 appearances.

Craig Anderson G OTT 6 Days

Anderson will start Wednesday's game against the Leafs.

Anderson, who has allowed three goals in each of his last two starts -- both losses -- has a nice matchup on paper Wednesday, with the slumping Leafs in the midst of a five-game slide.

Craig Anderson G OTT 6 Days

Anderson made 32 saves on 35 shots Tuesday, but that 35th shot was a beautiful redirection by the Rangers' Carl Hagelin in overtime, resulting in a 3-2 loss.

Anderson's given up three goals in two consecutive games -- both losses. Lately, as he's gone, so have the Senators. Since Dec. 11, Anderson has given up three-plus goals five times and is 0-2-3 in those games; in his other eight starts in that span, he's gone 6-1-1 while allowing a total of 11 goals.

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Anderson will start Tuesday's game against the Rangers.

Anderson -- who allowed three goals on 28 shots in Saturday's loss to the Hurricanes -- will try to bounce back Tuesday against a Rangers' squad that has won two straight, including a 5-2 win over Pittsburgh on Sunday.

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Anderson finished with 25 saves in Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Hurricanes.

He'd put up a couple of strong, one-goal-against wins leading into Saturday, so we'll excuse this one. The winner was a tough one -- it was scored on a deflection. His win-loss record isn't great (12-11-6), but his GAA (2.31) and save percentage (.929) heading into Saturday are among his best as a starter. The underlying fundamentals seem good; the team that plays around him isn't. And that will affect his fantasy value, depending on your format.

Craig Anderson G OTT 10 Days

Anderson will be the starter in goal for Saturday's game against the Hurricanes, Wayne Scanlan of the Ottawa Citizen reports.

It will mark the 400th career appearance for Anderson, who has bounced back from a rough outing last week against the Avalanche to deliver two spectacular performances in a row, holding the Coyotes and Canadiens to a goal apiece in wins. With Anderson dialed in and the Hurricanes representing the league's second-lowest scoring attack, the Ottawa goalie makes for a fine play in daily formats.

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Anderson delivered his second consecutive one-goal outing Thursday, stopping 25 shots in a win over visiting Montreal.

Another sharp game for Anderson, who's been excellent in goal lately outside of a poor effort in Colorado last Thursday. He's 4-1-1 over his last six games and has given up more than two goals just the one time in that span.

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Anderson will start Thursday's game against Montreal.

Anderson, who stopped 31-of-32 shots in Saturday's 5-1 win over Arizona, returns to the Ottawa net on Thursday after giving way to Robin Lehner in Tuesday's 5-4 loss to Dallas.

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Anderson made 31 saves Saturday in a 5-1 win over Arizona.

The only shot that beat him was a perfect shot that went roof off the crossbar and in; he was also helped by his posts, but that just means he's both lucky and good. His GAA and save percentage are actually among his best as a starter, but he only has 11 wins on this middling squad. Use for the former, but don't necessarily expect the latter.

Craig Anderson G OTT 18 Days

Anderson will make the start in goal Saturday against the Coyotes.

Anderson will look to rebound from an ugly performance Thursday against the Avalanche in which he made just six saves on nine shots before being pulled in the second period. Anderson is 10-10-6 on the season with a 2.41 GAA and a .926 save percentage.