James Reimer Discussion Thread.
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01-27-2013, 03:38 AM
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Kamloops, BC, Canada
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To be clear, he played good. He didn't completely outclass the competition (Scrivens) and no it's not a sign of big things for Reimer.
He still has alot to prove after last year.
So you will be to Scrivens what iarts was to Gus last season
I'm not ready to declare Reimer the #1 long term either just yet, but he played significantly better tonight than any game of Scriven's thus far.
If Reimer continues to play the way he did tonight, he will be the #1, so yes it could be a sign of big things to come, but I agree it is way too early to say that right now.
I'll say this though, I would give Reimer all the starts this week unless his play made it necessary to make a switch.
However regardless of who gets the starts, I pretty much anticipate three more losses this week.
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