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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Ville Husso
Jon Litterine details each Central team's top prospects.
Jan Levine checks in with his weekly risers and fallers, keying on surging Leafs netminder Frederik Andersen, who's allowed two goals or fewer in each of his last five starts.
Jason Chen analyzes goaltenders who are cruising and those who are struggling in the early going, including Sergei Bobrovsky in Columbus.
Jan Levine is back with his weekly NHL Barometer for 2018-19, kicking things off with resurgent Blackhawks veteran Jonathan Toews.
Jon Litterine ranks the NHL's top prospects as we head into the 2018-19 season. Fear not, Sabres fans, Rasmus Dahlin should be an impact player from the get go.
2018 Fantasy Outlook
Husso is well-regarded as the Blues' top goaltending prospect and the successor to Jake Allen. The 23-year-old excelled with AHL San Antonio last season, posting a .926 save percentage, 2.32 GAA and four shutouts. His impressive play earned him a spot on the AHL All-Rookie Team. Husso's workload was light, however, as he only played in 38 games because San Antonio was a shared affiliate (with Colorado), so the Blues couldn't control who was played. The team is now solely affiliated with St. Louis, which means Husso should get a full season as its starting goalie, making huge strides in his development. Husso is a player to watch in keeper leagues, as another solid minor-league season could vault him to the NHL sooner rather than later.