James Reimer hopes to practice Friday and play Saturday. "I've got some aches here and there."
Toronto Star "Mike Babcock can talk about structure. Players can talk about learning to be hard on the puck. The Maple Leafs can all buy into a new system. Somebody can emerge magically to score all the goals that Phil Kessel once did. It will all go for naught if the Toronto Maple Leafs can’t get any..." October 01
Pro Hockey Talk "James Reimer‘s tenure with the Maple Leafs has been rocky at times, but he doesn’t want to see it come to an end. “This is the only organization I know and it was always my dream when I got drafted to play my whole career here,” Reimer told the Toronto Sun. “It’s one of the best, I mean it is..." September 16
The Globe and Mail "The Toronto Maple Leafs won again, and for the seventh time in nine games, but the real story was how they did it. It was James Reimer. Playing the second half of a back-to-back down in Detroit, the Leafs were basically a no-show for most of regulation on Wednesday. They were outshot..." December 12
Toronto Sun "A renewed goaltending controversy is hardly one of those “pleasant problems” for coach Randy Carlyle. James Reimer triggered this one on Saturday in Buffalo for all the wrong reasons. It was a game where at the very least, he could have defended his smaller portion of the 60-40 split with..." November 17
Nichols on Hockey "“Not aggressively Dave, to be honest. Their interest was in signing him, but the agent through James Reimer, of course, and his input wanted him to at least explore the opportunity of trade. And they did that. “I don’t know exactly what the asking price was for Reimer, but I know that it never..." October 18
Toronto Sun "The Toronto media nicknamed him “Sunny Jim” because of his boundless optimism in the face of Leafs turmoil. So you knew that the returning James Reimer could not let any ill will linger between himself and Randy Carlyle, coming off that March 29 game in Detroit that summed up the coach’s..." July 29
$2.3 per year x 2 yrs for Reimer with Leafs.
The Score "With no trade in sight to end the impasse between the Toronto Maple Leafs and goaltender James Reimer, Reimer has filed for salary arbitration. Reimer posted his highest career goals-against average (3.29) last season, winning just 12 games in 36 appearances despite recording a good..." July 03
Toronto Sun "One needs an operation. The other could decide, if he hasn’t already, that he needs a new address. The off-season for the Maple Leafs’ goaltenders will take divergent paths, but at least Jonathan Bernier, who will have sports hernia surgery on Wednesday, knows where he will be when the Leafs..." April 15
CBS Sports "James Reimer has had an interesting run in Toronto. That run could come to an end in the not-too-distant future. After he led the Maple Leafs to the playoffs last season, the Leafs brought in Jonathan Bernier and he has been the starter this season, not Reimer (he has done well with it so hard..." March 22
Toronto Sun "Now that Phil Kessel is second in NHL scoring with 18 points, should league leader Sidney Crosby start sweating a little bit? “Not at all,” replied the Leafs sniper, who trails Sid The Kid by two. “I didn’t even have an idea I was (up that high).” You can bet that Maple Leafs general manager..." October 30
Bernier goes in for Reimer 32 seconds in. Reimer hit awkwardly in the head on smother attempt by Josh Leivo.
Toronto Sun "The Maple Leafs’ goaltending battle rages on. James Reimer repeatedly has told the media he’s not about to sit idly and watch Jonathan Bernier steal the crease from him. Bernier has posted great numbers in his first five games as a Leaf but after 10 days of being a spectator Reimer got a..." October 16
James Reimer gets the call for the #leafs after watching Jonathan Bernier get the last three.
With an impressive track record vs. Ottawa James Reimer gets the start in the home opener tonight.
James Reimer starts Game 1 for the #leafs at Bell Centre.
Toronto Sun "Go ahead and try to handicap this race. On the inside wearing No. 34 James Reimer has no intention of giving up the lead. On the outside wearing No. 45 Jonathan Bernier is making his push to be the top horse in coach Randy Carlyle’s barn. Now that the drive towards the start of the..." September 26
Toronto Sun "A pre-season loss hurts but James Reimer happily will take the work. Reimer performed as though he was in mid-season form on Tuesday night stopping 34 shots in a 3-2 loss against the before 19176 fans at the Air Canada Centre. “I was the starter here last year and I had no intention of..." September 25
TSN "Coming off a season in which he led the Toronto Maple Leafs to their first playoff berth in eight seasons it would have been easy for goaltender James Reimer to take the acquisition of Jonathan Bernier personally instead Reimer says he's looking forward to the competition and intends to support..." August 22
Toronto Star "When Jonathan Bernier wanders into the MasterCard Centre for the first time later this month he’ll be entering the great unknown. Outside of a brief tenure on a Team Canada world championship team when he met Dion Phaneuf and James Reimer Bernier really doesn’t know anybody on the Toronto Maple..." August 03
Toronto Star "James Reimer didn’t fall asleep until well after dawn. “Just lying there, thinking about it.’’ That’s how he’d ended the season too, just lying there, on the ice in Boston, though incapable of thinking through what had just happened, synthesizing it, not in the dreadful finality of the moment,..." May 18
The Globe and Mail "You could have switched the jerseys – blue and white for black and gold – and few would have been surprised. As it was, though, this was a shocker. The Toronto Maple Leafs were all over the puck, dominating the play, hemming the Boston Bruins in their own zone for a full 20 minutes to start..." May 11
CSN New England "In the battle of goaltenders in the Bruins/Leafs series, Tuukka Rask is pretty clearly getting the upper hand against young Toronto Maple Leafs puck-stopper James Reimer. Rask made 17 saves during a frantic third period as the desperate Toronto bunch threw everything at the Boston net, and the..." May 07
Toronto Star "If the Air Canada Centre was sound asleep for most of Monday night, it’s at least partly because the Maple Leafs, in the first 40 minutes of their game against the New Jersey Devils, managed to put five shots on goal. Two periods, zero goals, next to zero drama — you could hear the collective..." April 16
Toronto Star "Maple Leaf fans can only hope it wasn’t some kind of sporting karma spinning around to haunt their beloved club. Everyone knows the horrid numbers of history. No playoff game since 2004. No Stanley Cup since 1967. So perhaps some were shocked by the presumptuous number of the moment. The team..." March 13
Sportsnet "The Toronto Maple Leafs activated goalie James Reimer off injured reserve and assigned Jussi Rynnas to the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League Wednesday. Reimer will be in the lineup Wednesday night when the Leafs host the Montreal Canadiens. Reimer will likely serve as the backup to..." February 27
Toronto Star "Maple Leafs goalie James Reimer sustained a mild medial collateral ligament (MCL) knee strain in Monday’s game against the Philadelphia Flyers, the team said Tuesday. He’s expected to miss a minimum of one week. Argos quarterback Ricky Ray suffered a similar injury last season and missed the..." February 12
Toronto Sun "In the heat of the moment, Randy Carlyle didn’t have time to think of the long-term consequences. So when James Reimer went down with what the team is calling a lower-body injury in the second period of Monday’s 5-2 win over the Flyers the reaction was “who’s next?” After Ben Scrivens went..." February 12
SB Nation "After two instances of good news (including a Colton Orr goal that nobody on Twitter expected), the Leafs' good mojo just came crashing to the ground. Toronto goaltender James Reimer has just left the game during the second period against the Flyers with an apparent groin injury. He seemed to..." February 11
Toronto Star "If there were any lingering doubts in James Reimer’s mind, Montreal was the place to lay them to rest. And if there were any demons to confront, then the Maple Leafs’ 6-0 win over the Canadiens at the Bell Centre on Saturday night might well have been the game to exorcise them. “I feel like..." February 10
As expected, Reimer to start in his home province tonight against Jets. Will likely have lots of family on hand.
Toronto Sun "James Reimer clutched his three-iron during interviews on Monday, asked in jest if he'd keep it handy for future crease crashers. Reimer suffered severe head and neck pain early last season when Brian Gionta of the Canadiens banged into him during an Oct. 22 game in Montreal. No one knew the..." September 11
Toronto Sun "James Reimer didn't have to reflect much on the lost season of 2011-12 to zero in on where it started to go off the rails. The Maple Leafs goaltender acknowledged he never felt the same after the Montreal Canadiens' Brian Gionta knocked him on the head during a game on Oct. 22. "That was a..." April 10
Toronto Star "James Reimer is too humble, even when the times are good, to accept any praise for a victory. But he will say it comes as a great relief to have posted a couple of wins in a row after the mostly horrible season he's had. "We love to play, we love to win and it's hard to have fun when you're..." March 19
Toronto Star "Randy Carlyle won't say that Jonas Gustavsson is starting Tuesday night against the Boston Bruins. Gustavsson is, by the way. James Reimer let that piece of information slip. It's not that Carlyle is trying to hide anything or play games with the media. "I'm superstitious," said Carlyle...." March 06
Toronto Star "Maple Leafs goalie James Reimer never lost confidence in himself. It appears as if GM Brian Burke also believes in his young goalie. On Monday, Burke said he "flat-out" declined a trade for Reimer. "He's the real deal," Burke said at a news conference at the Air Canada Centre following..." February 28
Toronto Sun "In January, when the Maple Leafs allowed three goals or less in 12 straight games, Francois Allaire was getting lots of praise for the club's improved goaltending. On Wednesday, Allaire was trying to protect his reputation and that of the struggling James Reimer and Jonas Gustavsson. With..." February 23
Toronto Star "An open letter to James Reimer from the apoplectic citizens of Leafs Nation. Dear James: It's up to you now, Optimus. You're our No. 1. Please don't let the town down. The calendar tells us it's six weeks and two days until the regular season concludes in Montreal. We want to be able to..." February 23
Toronto Sun "Two shutouts and the NHL third star of the week honour might not be enough to get James Reimer another start in his home province. While Reimer is set up to play the Edmonton Oilers on Monday at the Air Canada Centre, coach Ron Wilson is thinking big picture and at present, wants Jonas..." February 06
Toronto Star "James Reimer and Jonas Gustavsson sat side-by-side in their stalls at the MasterCard Centre when a reporter asked which one was starting Saturday night against the Ottawa Senators. They both laughed. "We both are," said Reimer. "We're going with four skaters and two goalies." Truth is,..." February 04
Toronto Sun "So a Monster and a Minister walk into a bar ... and come out smiling. Where some NHL teams have had to keep their goaltenders separated in the dressing room and even trade one to keep the peace, Jonas (the Monster) Gustavsson and James (Reim Minister of Defence) Reimer have learned to co-exist..." February 03
Toronto Sun "Forty games are gone, the Maple Leafs don't have a definitive starting goaltender, and Denis Potvin thinks that's just fine. In fact, he thinks more teams should look at splitting the 82-game schedule up, the way his New York Islanders did when he they won four straight Stanley Cups in the..." January 18
Toronto Star "Remember James Reimer? You know, the goalie who was supposed to lead the Maple Leafs to the promised land of the playoffs this season? The pride of Manitoba has been pushed aside, at least for now, by Jonas Gustavsson, who has won four straight games and nine of his last 12 starts. Now if..." January 12
Toronto Star "In October, James Reimer was, by consensus, the player whose performance would define the year for the Maple Leafs. Four months later, it's Reimer on the bench while Jonas Gustavsson, it would appear, has saved the season and now owns the Leaf net. One suspects, however, that just as quickly..." January 12
Toronto Star "Leafs reporter Kevin McGran answers the five questions he posed after the Leafs 3-2 shootout loss to the Kings on Monday night. 1. What will prevail — the NHL's worst penalty kill (the Leafs) or the LA's sputtering power play that hasn't scored in six games? Something's gotta give. The Kings..." December 20
Toronto Star "James Reimer won't use his long layoff from a concussion as an excuse. He won't use his current stuffed-up nose and symptoms of a cold as an excuse. He'll simply say he has to play better. "You love to play and you love to win and you love to make saves," Reimer said. "You don't like to..." December 19
Toronto Sun "James Reimer is hoping to end his losing streak tonight against Eastern Conference cellar dwellers the Carolina Hurricanes. The Leafs goaltender hasn't won a game since returning from concussion-like symptoms on Dec. 3. Reimer, who has lost all three of his starts and posted a 3.63..." December 13
Toronto Sun "When Martin Brodeur stacked the pads to stop league-leading scorer Phil Kessel, then got an arm on the improbable rebound, James Reimer had the same thought as 20,000 others at the Air Canada Centre. "He has a billion wins for a reason," said Reimer, who actually trails Brodeur just 631-24 in..." December 07
Toronto Sun "If James Reimer was hurt so badly in the first period Saturday night, why didn't he come out of the net immediately? The goaltender said Sunday when he first was hit, he didn't think he was wounded that badly. "I don't want to come out in the middle of the play," Reimer said after watching the..." October 24