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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Gillies enters the 2018-19 season looking to earn his spot as Calgary's No. 2 goaltender behind Mike Smith. He appeared in 11 NHL games last year and struggled for most of it, posting a 2.88 GAA and .896 save percentage, resulting in a 3-5-1 record. The Providence College standout was better in his time with AHL Stockton, with a .917 save percentage and 2.53 GAA complementing four shutouts. Fresh off inking a two-year extension with the Flames this offseason, Gillies will likely split time at both the AHL and NHL levels. At this point, he's of little use in fantasy leagues.
Gillies immediately signed a three-year deal after garnering Most Outstanding Player honors en route to leading Providence College to the NCAA title. Although Calgary would seem to have a full cupboard of goalies in Joni Ortio, Karri Ramo and Jonas Hiller, none of those options have really proven to be the netminder that the Flames want to hinge their future on. If Gillies can play well right off the bat and grab a share of the starting spot in the AHL, it may not be long before Gillies pushes his way to the parent club.
Gillies will return to Providence College for his junior season, after posting a 2.16 GAA and .931 save percentage over 34 games for the Friars as a sophomore. The 20-year-old earned first-team All-American honors for his efforts, and the former third-round pick could ultimately be a long-term solution in the net for the Flames. He could decide to turn pro after Providence finishes their season, and if he continues to excel in the AHL, an appointment to the big club at some point in 2015-16 wouldn’t seem far-fetched.