In any event, here we are now. Reimer is the number-one goalie. (Funny, eh? A couple of weeks ago so many people were talking as though Reimer had lost the net, and Monster had won the job. It was like, "gee, let Reims play one once in a while, or he’ll get really rusty". Just shows how quickly things change—and could change again—also based on necessity.) But what I am really saying today is simply this: Reimer is the guy, still, that the honchos want to to see take the ball and run with it. Not just that he’s younger than Gus, or under contract for an extra couple of seasons (that’s true, right?). But Reimer was the fellow that saved their bacon a year ago and gave Leaf fans a much-needed summer of hope.Not long ago I posted here that the Leaf goaltending situation was in good hands, just not at that precise moment. And I said that because that’s what I was observing and what I believed. Both of these guys can play. Both are still finding their ceiling, whatever it may be. But both, at that particular time, were not quite setting the league on fire.
Jonathan Willis looks at Bob McKenzie's update on Mikhail Grabovski's contract status.
mf37 looks into which GMs he'd take over Burke.
1967ers can't wait for next January and loves him some Terry Sawchuk.
TLN hopeful Matt Beauvais looks back at the trade.
BCP thinks Burke's job now is to figure out how who stays and who goes.
Yes to the first, no to the second.
I'll take a large Venkman.
NHL History Girl brings us some great quotes.
WTF? He's still alive Shoalts you insensitive ass. Sure you didn't ask the question, but what the hell man?