2017 Outlook: While Halak started only 36 games in 2015-16 due to injury, he managed to string together some decent numbers, posting an 18-13-4 record with a .914 save percentage and three shutouts. Thomas Greiss turned heads in Halak's absence, however, including an impressive postseason in which he posted a .924 save percentage to help the Islanders defeat the Panthers in the opening round. Although Greiss had a fantastic playoff run, Halak should still be the team's starting goaltender come opening night. Halak is a proven No.1 goaltender who is consistent and gives his team a chance to win every game. The 31-year-old will need to stay healthy, but he's strung together nine shutouts over the past two seasons and delivers quality rate stats, so whenever he's getting the call for the Islanders, Halak is never a bad fantasy option.