Found February 06, 2012 on The Hockey Guys:
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(Colin McConnell/Toronto Star) By Lukas Hardonk (@LukasHardonk) James Reimer will start his third consecutive game tonight for the Toronto Maple Leafs when they take on the Edmonton Oilers at the Air Canada Centre. While he has been lights-out brilliant over his last two starts, one has to wonder who will get to nod tomorrow night on the road against Winnipeg no matter how well Reimer plays tonight. A report by TSN Radio’s Jonas Siegel suggests that Jonas Gustavsson, who played very well all through January, is “likely” to start tomorrow versus the Jets. After a rough 2011, Gustavsson had a strong start to 2012. In 11 appearances this past January, Gustavsson had three shutouts and made 30+ saves on five occasions. That doesn’t seem to matter at the time with the Leafs in the midst of a battle for the eighth and final playoff spot, though, as it’s all about who is getting the job done at the present time. For now, that man is James Reimer. But with this being his third consecutive ...
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