Maple Leafs assistant coach Tim Hunter handled the media duties on Monday as the club returned to practice, filling in for Ron Wilson, who was at the AHL all-star game.
And when it comes to the goaltending situation, Hunter said there "is no set plan right now."
The expectation is that veteran Jean-Sebastien Giguere will start on Tuesday against the Florida Panthers at the Air Canada Centre, even though rookie James Reimer has been mostly excellent in eight recent appearances.
Sending Jonas Gustavsson to the Marlies might happen, but the Baby Leafs don't play again until Saturday, so demoting the Swede, who has not played since Jan. 19, now would not make much sense.
The three-goalie picture is not something that is perfect, and those involved know it.
"We are put in a situation that is not easy for the three of us," Giguere said. "All three of us are in a different stage of our career, and all three of us know this is not going to be a long-term solution. Right now, it is what we have."
Leafs' three-goalie setup "not easy"
Toronto Sun | Feb 1