First off, I have to mention Nashville's Carter Hutton who is owned in only 27%. He's close enough. Some other names include:
Jonas Gustavsson - Putting up nice numbers as Jimmy Howard's backup.
Robin Lehner - Ottawa is strong again this year and Lehner will occasionally steal some wins.
Anton Khudobin - When he comes back healthy, he could steal the starting job.
Jhonas Enroth - Ryan Miller could be on the move. Enroth's play lately could make that move easier.
Ben Scrivens - LA is going to get it together and Scrivens will clean up some wins, GAA and SV%.
Eddie Lack - Luongo has not looked as solid as many expected, Lack could be in for Schneider duty.
Cam Talbot - It's not a changing of the guard, but Lundqvist may finally see his start totals fall.
Chad Johnson - The Bruins will string together wins almost regardless of who's in net.
Frederik Andersen - Both Fasth and Hiller can miss long stretches. Andersen could benefit.
Erik Gudbranson - PIMS. That's about it, but he provides them in bunches.
Olli Maatta - Finally announced that he's sticking around. Anyone on the Pens provides opportunity.
Niklas Hjalmarsson - Putting up quiet, but steady numbers for the Hawks.
Brendon Dillon - Points, +/- and PIMS. He's doing it all early.
Raphael Diaz - Sees limited PP time, but if an injury hits Montreal's top D-pair, grab him.
Ryan Murphy - Again, after seeing him the first thought for his play is smooth. Watch him.
Morgan Rielly - Staying in Toronto and seeing powerplay time. He'll get clicking.
Jake Gardiner - He's feeling the heat right now, but he'll settle in.
Erik Johnson - The Avs are rolling. Johnson may be able to get in on the action.
Chris Tanev - Flying under the radar in Vancouver. Sneaky production possible.
Shane Doan - He can still provide some pop in the PIMS and points department.
Patrick Berglund - The Blues offense is coming around. Keep an eye on him.
Mark Arcobello - Tied for team lead in points with 10.
Marcus Johansson - Racking up assists seeing time with Ovie.
Dave Bolland - The guy does everything. Off to a great start.
Brad Boyes - Quietly putting together a solid campaign in Florida so far.
Aleksander Barkov - Learning on the fly, could surprise.
Ray Whitney - I will not count the "Wizard" out until he retires.
Mathieu Perreault - Seeing more important minutes in Anaheim.
Ryan Johansen - Columbus is growing. So is Johansen.
Craig Smith - The Preds don't score a ton, but Smith has been involved so far.
Tommy Wingels - In San Jose, anyone can be dangerous. Wingels is learning from some of the best.
Michael Bournival - Playing on a veteran line. Producing like a veteran winger.
Reilly Smith - Chipping in nicely for Boston.
Marcus Foligno - The kid has all the tools. He'll be key in getting Buffalo back on track.
Vladimir Sobotka - Highly skilled. If he sees top six minutes, consider him in your lineup.
Josh Bailey - The Islanders are filling the net and Bailey is helping, just not getting much credit.
Steve Ott - Still capable of chipping in goals and PIMS.