James Reimer G TOR 5 Days

Reimer allowed three goals on 18 shots before being replaced by Jonathan Bernier early in the second period of Saturday's loss to Ottawa.

Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. And whatever you do, do not activate a Toronto goalie. Seriously.

James Reimer G TOR 7 Days

Reimer will start Saturday's game in Ottawa, TSN's Jonas Siegel reports.

Jonathan Bernier missed Friday's practice for purposes of rest, and Remier has now been confirmed as the starter for Saturday. No injury has been reported, so Bernier may be back in the crease for Monday's game against Minnesota.

James Reimer G TOR 10 Days

Reimer stopped 27 of 28 shots in relief of starter Jonathan Bernier in Monday's 4-1 loss to the Oilers.

Reimer wasn't able to overcome the early 3-0 deficit that Bernier created, and in fact, immediately made it worse, surrendering another score less than three minutes after entering the game. However, he buckled down thereafter, and may have earned himself another start in the near future in light of his relatively strong outing. Even so, with a 3.22 GAA and .903 save percentage over 29 games this season, Bernier won't make for more than a low-end starting option the next time he enters the net.

James Reimer G TOR 13 Days

Reimer was horrible Friday, letting in a whopping six goals on just 28 shots in a 6-3 loss to the Flames.

The Leafs season has been an unmitigated disaster this season, and Reimer has been no different. In three starts in March, he's allowed 12 goals on 86 shots (.860 save percentage) and owns a bloated 3.30 GAA on the year. It's tough not to feel bad for the guy but if there's one goalie to avoid for the rest of the season -- even in spot starts against weaker opponents -- it's Reimer.

James Reimer G TOR 14 Days

Reimer will be in the crease for Friday's game against the Flames.

With Jonathan Bernier firmly established as the Leafs' No. 1 goalie at this point in the season, Reimer has been limited to just three appearances over the last month. Reimer has been largely awful when called upon this season, going 7-14-0 with a 3.18 GAA and .905 save percentage, and only one win since Dec. 14. He doesn't make for an appealing option in daily formats for the Friday slate.

James Reimer G TOR 19 Days

Reimer relieved starter Jonathan Bernier to start the second period of Saturday's game. He allowed three goals on 27 shots.

Reimer will probably see just a few starts before season's end as the Leafs ride Bernier hard -- they need to figure out what they have in him before the offseason. And even if Optimus gets starts, the Leafs aren't likely to score enough -- or play defence well enough -- to make activation worthwhile.

James Reimer G TOR 25 Days

Reimer surrendered three goals on 31 shots in Sunday's 4-0 loss to the Capitals.

The free fall continues as the loss drops Reimer to 1-11-0 in his last 12 outings. Jonathan Bernier will continue to see the majority of the action between the pipes anyway, but Reimer has made for a risky play whenever he does start with a 3.14 GAA and .906 save percentage.

James Reimer G TOR 26 Days

Reimer will start in net Sunday against the Capitals, Terry Koshan of the Toronto Sun reports.

Reimer's last outing came Feb. 20 against the Hurricanes, in which he stopped 24 of the 26 shots against the Hurricanes but took the loss. After three straight Jonathan Bernier starts, Reimer will return between the pipes to face a Capitals team coming off three straight losses.

James Reimer G TOR 1 Month

Reimer gave up two goals on 26 shots in Friday's loss to the Hurricanes.The losses continue to pile on for Reimer, who has managed just one win in his last 11 games. Reimer's .906 save percentage and 3.15 GAA are disappointing and he's still yet to pitch a shutout this season. With a 7-13-0 record, Reimer isn't a good fantasy option on a Leafs' team that has now fallen to 4-22-2 in their last 28 games.

James Reimer G TOR 1 Month

Reimer will be in the net for Friday's game against the Hurricanes.The Leafs are expected to split the starts between their two netminders for the weekend back-to-back set, with Reimer drawing the easier matchup of the two. That being said, nothing really comes easy these days for the Maple Leafs, losers of 23 of their last 27 games. There's a decent chance Reimer can cobble together some helpful ratios Friday against a squad that ranks 27th in the league in goals per game, but just don't bank on his mates providing much offense on his behalf.