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I have Ben Bishop. Yesterday he stopped 21 out of 21 shots, therefore he should have received a shutout. For whatever reason, he was not given one on the yahoo fantasy site. What is the situation with this...?
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Same for me, I don't understand why I don't get the shutout points if I got the win points. And on NHL.com they gave him a shutout. Come on yahoo!!!
Shared shutouts do not get shutout points in fantasy hockey. Khudobin also played, so this would be a shared shutout.
@EHCLI don't know if maybe they had something up last night and changed it, but Bishop's game log on NHL.com does not list a shutout for last night.
I understand...To bad they call it a shutout even tho it's combine. The win goes to bishop but no shutout even tho they won 2-0, but yet they call it a shutout lol makes no sense in my head lol
I've had goalies step in after a time when the starter gets injured and they get a s/o. Is there a specific amount of time you have to play? Do you have to finish the game as the backup? Say Khudobin was left in instead of Bishop coming back, would he have gotten the s/o?
In this game, neither are getting credit for an s/o and that doesn't make sense to me.