"... the Leafs have pegged veteran Jean-Sebastien Giguere as their starter, as you would with a declining veteran with a history of injury problems that has a monster contract..."
— Jim Brophy obviously thinks a 33 year old Giguere that missed 6 games with a groin strain in the 09-10 season; 3 games with back spasms in the midst of the 07-08 season; 6 games with a Hernia at the start of the 07-08 season; and 11 games with a groin strain in 06-07 is horribly injury prone. That's 26 games over the course of 4 years... or 6.5 games per season. This seems ironic given that the Monster missed 8 games following a heart procedure, and 5 games with a groin injury... which is good for 13 total last year... or 7 more than Giguere missed. Which one is injury prone again?