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|Last 10 Games|
|Leafs' Reimer: Will Compete For Starting Role |
|(7/28/14) James Reimer was happy to re-sign in Toronto after being told during negotiations that there was a "definite opportunity" to regain his starting role, according to Toronto's Sportsnet590 The FAN.|
|Leafs Agree To Two-Year Deal With Reimer |
|(7/25/14) James Reimer agreed to a two-year, $4.6 million deal with Toronto on Friday, Toronto Sun writer Rob Longley reports.|
|Leafs' Reimer Files For Arbitration |
|(7/5/14) James Reimer has filed for salary arbitration, reports Sportsnet360.|
|Leafs' Reimer On The Move? |
|(6/29/14) James Reimer is thought to be looking to be traded by the Leafs, the Star reports.|
|Leafs' Reimer: Strong In Loss To Sens, 36 Saves |
|(4/12/14) James Reimer was outstanding in Saturday's 1-0 loss to Ottawa. He made 36 saves and the only goal he surrendered came on the power play on a near perfect shot.|
Leafs Agree To Two-Year Deal With Reimer
Reimer agreed to a two-year, $4.6 million deal with Toronto on Friday, Toronto Sun writer Rob Longley reports.After posting a 19-8-5 record in 2012 to go along with a GAA of 2.46, Reimer struggled last year, finishing with a GAA of 3.29 and a record of 12-16-1. The Leafs are banking on him returning to the form he showed in the three years before last, in which case he would be a useful backup to Jonathan Bernier.
Report: Cody Franson, Maple Leafs avoid arbitration with new deal
Cody Franson and the Toronto Maple Leafs have reportedly avoided arbitration with a new one-year, $3.3 million pact.
NHL Offseason Review: Atlantic Division
With so much activity already this offseason, Eye on Hockey takes a look at how each team improved (or didn't) over the summer.
|James Reimer kissed and made up with Leafs management over the summer and signed a two-year contract extension in July. He even says he was told he has a "definite opportunity" to win the starter's job in camp. Realistically, Reimer's contract makes him valuable trade bait because Jonathan Bernier is the superior twine-tender. He does somehow manage to stop pucks when he gets enough starts, but he really struggles to find his groove when he's not getting No. 1 minutes. He'll need to seriously improve on his 12-16-1 record, 3.29 GAA and .911 save percentage to get a real shot in Toronto. Perhaps in a place like Winnipeg. We just don't put much faith in him when it comes to our fantasy squad or yours, at least when he's wearing blue and white. (Updated 8/13/14) |