SO Shutouts. If two goaltenders combine for a shutout, neither receives credit for the shutout. Instead it is recorded as a team shutout. If a regular season game is tied 0-0 at the end of overtime, both goaltenders are credited with a shutout, regardless of how many goals are scored in the shootout.
The amazing thing is when you own both goalies. Its like the unicorn of fantasy hockey. I think in the last 5 years or so when I have been really into keeper leagues I've seen it happen twice that the same team has owned both goalies in a 0-0 game.
That would be Epic. I think one time in back to back weeks I had Quick and Miller do it, but definitely never opponents. That would be the dream. That gives you a strong stranglehold of 3 categories in this league.