With the news that James Reimer has suffered a setback in his return from an upper-body injury (very obviously a concussion), there seems to potentially be a new controversy in net. The story should sound familiar by now, as goaltending has been the Leafs most unsettled position since the lockout. While Jonas Gustavsson has played well enough to win some games, his performances were no where near as impressive as that of Ben Scrivens' 38 save performance on Thursday night (in Columbus). Scrivens looked much more relaxed in net and is better at playing the puck. That said, as long as Gustavsson isn't losing games, it may not matter all that much. I'd expect to see Gustavsson back in net against Boston tonight, but if Scrivens gets the call and puts in another strong performance, things may get a little more complicated for Brian Burke & Co.
Links after the jump...
When should Ron Wilson get a new contract?
Not right now. Next question.
Just not when it comes to scoring or penalty killing
The Phaneuf-Gunnarsson non-pairing
Cham Carron for PPP2 with a little of this, little of that
The best and worst night of Tie Domi's tenure in Toronto
New VLM with a good old flashback to some Leafs-Devils playoff hockey
New post up over at Diamond Cuts and Wax Stains
New MarliesHQ article on German import Korbinian Holzer