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James Reimer was puzzled by Toronto's decision to acquire another young goalie in Jonathan Bernier, but he's more than willing to prove his worth and try to keep his starting job.

"I was a little surprised when I heard about the deal," Reimer said. "There had been talk about bringing in a veteran. But to bring in someone of a similar age, well, obviously they have their reasons." Reimer added that he felt "a bit doubted as a goalie," but he said "you just have to focus on what you can control and believe in yourself." Perhaps playing with a chip on his shoulder will help his development and allow him to play with greater consistency. Reimer and Bernier are expected to compete for starts in 2013-14.
Source: Toronto Sun
Mon, Jun 24, 2013 11:55:00 AM

Ondrej Palat (upper body) will be a game-time decision for Friday's contest against Montreal.

He left Game 1 because an undisclosed injury, which is believed to be to his upper-body region. The outstanding rookie logged 14:05 of ice time before exiting early in the third period.
Apr 17 - 2:39 PM

Steve Mason (upper body) is feeling better, according to Flyers coach Craig Berube.

He is projected to join the team in New York on Friday, which is a good sign. However, he won't be in the lineup Thursday for Game 1 against the Rangers and his status for Game 2 is still unclear.
Apr 17 - 2:10 PM

Antti Niemi will start in Game 1 against Los Angeles.

The Sharks made some waves when they didn't immediately name their starter for Thursday's playoff opener, but it shouldn't come as a surprise that Niemi will get the nod.
Apr 17 - 2:01 PM

Ryan Getzlaf (face) is expected to play in Game 2 on Friday night.

He suffered a deep facial laceration after he was struck in the face by a shot from Dallas' Tyler Seguin with just 16.4 seconds left in the third period. Fortunately, his X-rays came back negative.
Apr 17 - 1:52 PM

Vladimir Tarasenko (hand) will suit up for the Blues on Thursday night against Chicago in their playoff opener.

He was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, here he skated with Vladimir Sobotka and Jaden Schwartz. Tarasenko hasn't played since Mar. 15 because of a hand injury, which required surgery to repair.
Apr 17 - 1:04 PM

T.J. Oshie (upper body) won't play in Game 1 against Chicago on Thursday.

He missed the last two games of the regular season after receiving an illegal check to the head from Minnesota's Michael Rupp. Oshie has been skating with the Blues, but he hasn't been cleared for contact yet.
Apr 17 - 12:50 PM

Ondrej Palat was forced to leave Tampa Bay's playoff opener in the third period with an undisclosed injury.

He was seen walking around the locker room after the team's overtime loss and there wasn't an update on his status. Palat had an upper-body injury at the end of the regular season after a hard hit made contact with his head and there may have been a re-injury there. It was also speculated during the game telecast that he might have been hurt when he banged knees with Montreal's P.K. Subban. Consider him day-to-day for now.
Apr 17 - 11:30 AM

Brian Gibbons was moved up to the Penguins' top line during Wednesday's 4-3 victory over Columbus.

Penguins coach Dan Bylsma wanted to take advantage of Gibbons' speed, which suits the play of Chris Kunitz and Sidney Crosby. Gibbons didn't end up getting a point, but that will change if he stays on the first line.
Apr 17 - 10:12 AM

Ryan Getzlaf left Wednesday's game late in the third period after being struck in the face by the puck.

"I just know he's (Getzlaf) getting stitched up right now," Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau. "That's the only thing I've heard. I think he's going to be OK." Before getting hurt, Getzlaf scored a goal and an assist to lead Anaheim to a 4-3 victory over Dallas.
Apr 17 - 9:08 AM

Ray Whitney (lower body) will play in Dallas' postseason opener on Wednesday.

Whitney missed the Stars' last six regular season contests. Look for him to play alongside Shawn Horcoff and Alex Chiasson on the team's fourth line.
Apr 16 - 5:08 PM

Frederik Andersen will play between the pipes for Anaheim on Wednesday.

Jonas Hiller's late season struggles cost him the start in the Ducks' playoff opener. Andersen is a 24-year-old rookie with 28 NHL games under his belt, so obviously Anaheim's goaltending situation is a bit of a concern. The good news is that he was solid during the regular season with a 2.29 GAA and .923 save percentage.
Apr 16 - 2:00 PM




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