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Things change quickly for Viktor Fasth
Things change quickly for Viktor Fasth

EDMONTON, Canada — Traded Ducks goalie Viktor Fasth left Anaheim on March 4 in 82-degree weather, arriving at his new team's home with the thermometer at minus-13. That's minus-25 Celsius up here. "Here we go … ," Fasth said to himself, capping events that reveal how fast yesterday's rising star can transform into an expendable commodity. Fasth, 31, went from being goalie 1-A for the playoff-thinking Ducks (47-18-7) to sharing time in net with ex-King Ben Scrivens for the last-place Edmonton Oilers (25-39-9). As a 2013 rookie, Fasth was 15-6-2 in 25 games with better statistics (2.18 goals-against average, .921 saves percentage) than co-regular-season starter Jonas Hiller, prompting...

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