Anderson stopped 26 of 28 shots in Thursday's 3-1 loss to the Penguins.
Analysis: Anderson had little chance on the Penguins goals, both of which were off point shots through a crowd. This was just the second time in his last nine starts in which Anderson allowed fewer than three goals.
Hoffman had an eight-game point streak snapped and finished at a minus-2 in Thursday's 3-1 loss to Pittsburgh.
Analysis: Hoffman nearly had two goals. In the 13th minute, Hoffman had a rebound and an open net, but Matt Murray dove across to knock a shot off the goal line with his glove. The play was reviewed, but the no-goal call on the ice stood. A bit earlier, Hoffman hit the crossbar behind Murray. Hoffman is third on the team with 16 points, but his minus-6 ranks second-worst.
Luongo likes playing in San Jose. After making 35 saves for his 74th career shutout on Thursday, he has even more reason to enjoy it.
Analysis: Luongo was rock solid as the Florida Panthers blanked the Sharks 2-0 Thursday night on goals by Colton Sceviour and Nick Bjugstad. He earned his first shutout of the season and first in 32 games against San Jose.
Raanta stopped 33 shots in Thursday's 5-4 win over the Coyotes.
Analysis: It was just the second win in 10 starts for Raanta, who could have some fantasy value if Arizona keeps scoring as it did Thursday. Raanta, though, has been wildly inconsistent thus far and has an .857 save percentage in his last three games.
Weber scored his fourth goal of the season Thursday and finished at a plus-1 with four penalty minutes, though two came on a slashing penalty which led to Arizona's game-winning power-play goal in the third period.
Analysis: It was Weber's first goal in 10 games, and this was the second time in four games Weber had four penalty minutes after previously having none.
Stepan scored his first power-play goal of the season and it tied the game in the third period as Arizona went on to beat Montreal 5-4.
Analysis: Stepan had gone 13 games without a goal, a span in which he recorded only two points. "For whatever reason, the puck's been allergic to me," Stepan said. "I haven't seemed to find that bounce that I got tonight on my goal." His first season in Arizona has been rough, managing just nine points in 21 games along with a minus-8. His worst totals in seven seasons with the Rangers were 44 points and a plus-5.
Erik Haula scored the go-ahead goal in the third period and the Golden Knights beat the Vancouver Canucks 5-2 on Thursday night. Haula, David Perron, Jonathan Marchessault and William Karlsson each had a goal and an assist, and Reilly Smith added an empty-netter.
Analysis: Haula has four goals and four assists in his last six contests.