James Reimer has only ever known two NHL teams: the Toronto Maple Leafs, who drafted him 99th overall back in 2006, and the San Jose Sharks, who the Leafs traded him to on Feb. 27, just a month ago.

Outside of five games for the Sharks, he's played his entire career for Toronto. That includes 32 games from this season: 32 games over which he posted a .918 save percentage, rebounding from the .907 save percentage he had the year before. Reimer had a great season on what was very clearly a rebuilding team, and for that, he's getting some recognition - even though he isn't on that team anymore.

Or, as Scott puts it:

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