Acquiring Turco was a desperate and bizarre move since Rask and Khudobin were injured towards the end of the season and Timmy needed some rest. He played very poorly against Tampa and Pittsburgh. I think he definitely left a bad taste in everyone's mouth (myself included) despite what I thought was a very good performance in the Bruins' victory against Anaheim.
So I'm a bit torn on the guy. As a third goalie, he's not the worst option should there be an injury. But his best years are very far behind him.
It was pretty cool seeing him play for the Bruins. I loved Turco when he was here in Dallas. If he plays again, he'll be a backup somewhere.
I know I may get flamed for this, but whatever. If Turco is done, he can leave knowing that he innovated the position. Yes, Brodeur and Hextall were great puck handlers, but I think Turco was better. If I remember correctly, he was the first goalie to handle the puck "harley style" (both hands holding stick on same side, usually just a faceoff tactic). I always thought we'd see him score a couple empty net goals...