Carter Hutton entered Thursday's game in Phoenix with a .927 save percentage for the Nashville Predators, which is a very good number for a 28-year-old backup goaltender that has limited NHL experience.
It's also probably not very sustainable and due to come back down to earth a little bit (in his minor league career he never finished a full season with a save percentage higher than .917). Sometimes the puck takes crazy bounces. Sometimes it just finds it's way to the back of the net.
Hutton has been filling in as Nashville's starter in place of the injured Pekka Rinne.