Team: Dallas Stars
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Fantasy Summary

A big, athletic goalie, Bow doesn’t have the hype of Oettinger and Point but is currently the No.3 on the depth chart and has been impressive so far in the minors.


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May 2019- When you think of Dallas goalie prospects, Landon Bow probably isn’t a name that pops up in your head. But the undrafted netminder is quickly making a name for himself. After a strong four years in the WHL, Dallas signed Bow to an AHL contract after the 2015-16 season, one that saw him star for Swift Current and Seattle as an overage goalie. He spent most of his first pro year in the ECHL, but finished as one of the best goalies in that league and impressed the Stars brass anytime they saw him play. That was enough to earn Bow an NHL entry-level contract with Dallas. In his first year of the ELC, Bow was expected to play behind AHL vets Mike McKenna and Philippe Desrosiers but as the season went along he soon found himself the Texas Stars main man between the pipes, posting the best stats among the three. This past year Bow once again was Texas No.1 goalie, earning that position over Desrosiers and hyped netminder prospect Colton Point. With Ben Bishop missing some time with injuries, Bow saw his first recall to the NHL, appearing in two games but posting very impressive stats, .947 SV% and 1.03 GAA. This coming season, Bow is expected to be No.1 in the Texas crease again but will have to fight off top goaltender prospects in Point and Jake Oettinger for starts. A big (6-5), athletic netminder, Bow reads the play very well and has excellent reflex’s. Texas Stars goalie coach Jim Bedard raves about Bow’s “goalie IQ” and compares him to Nashville netminder Pekka Rinne. That’s some pretty high praise but Bow has been impressive so far. Keith Duggan

Attributes
Fantasy Upside 4.0
NHL Certainty 3
Country CAN
Position G
Roster Type Minors
Shoot/Glove Left
Date of Birth August 24, 1995
Height 6‘5”
Weight 210 lbs
Drafted No

Stats

 Season Team League GP GAA SVS%      Playoffs GP GAA SVS%
 2009-2010 St. Albert Sabres U15 AAAAEHL U1518 2.86 .872|Playoffs2 3.00 .880
 2010-2011 St. Albert Flyers U16 AAAAEHL U1621 2.22 .927|      
 2011-2012 St. Albert Raiders U18 AAAAEHL U1814 2.47 .911|Playoffs1 9.23 .667
 2012-2013 Swift Current BroncosWHL14 3.09 .897|      
 2013-2014 Swift Current BroncosWHL27 3.12 .901|      
 2014-2015 Swift Current BroncosWHL66 3.14 .911|Playoffs4 3.69 .907
 2015-2016 Swift Current BroncosWHL30 3.09 .913|      
  Seattle ThunderbirdsWHL23 1.76 .938|Playoffs18 1.96 .927
 2016-2017 Texas StarsAHL16 3.17 .894|      
  Idaho SteelheadsECHL27 2.08 .933|Playoffs4 3.49 .886
 2017-2018 Dallas StarsNHL0 - -|      
  Texas StarsAHL46 2.86 .903|Playoffs2 6.08 .833
 2018-2019 Dallas StarsNHL2 1.03 .947|      
  Texas StarsAHL46 2.89 .893|      
 2019-2020 Texas StarsAHL30 3.31 .895|      

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