Toronto Maple Leafs: What To Do About Goaltending Issues

Posted: 3rd December 2009 by Adam Morrison in NHL
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After Tuesday's 3-0 shutout of the Canadians in Montreal the Leafs are again left with questions in between the pipes. Prized rookie goaltenderáJonas Gustavsson was taken to hospital in the first intermission with an 'accelerated heart rate.' Although the problem is apparently minor, this is exactly the scare that Leaf fans almost expect to happen on a nightly basis. With Vesa Toskala's early strugglesáalong witháthe uncertainty of Gustavsson's health and play, the Leafs have a problem at the most pivotal spot on the iceùin the net. The lack of goaltending depth between the Marlies and Leafs continues to be a talking point through this young season, and with more than three quarters of the calendar left to play the Leafs have some options to address.

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