A Look At the Toronto Maple Leafs Goaltending Depth

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MONTREAL, QUEBEC – OCTOBER 26: Michael Hutchinson #30 of the Toronto Maple Leafs   (Photo by Stephane Dube /Getty Images) /

Michael Hutchinson

Michael Hutchinson is still hanging around within the Toronto Maple Leafs organization. He spent most of last season sitting idle on the teams taxi squad as their number three goaltender.

He did manage to play in eight games last season for the Maple Leafs and posted a 4-2-1 record with a 2.42 GAA and a .919 SV%. He also played in two games for the Toronto Marlies and won both games.

Hutchinson will either be the starting goaltender for the Toronto Marlies or he could get claimed off waivers when the Maple Leafs try to send him down to the AHL.

Joseph Woll

Joseph Woll was re-signed by the Toronto Maple Leafs this off-season for one year at $750,000 ($150,000 in AHL). He played better in his second season with the Marlies than he did in his first season, but not by much.

During his first season with the Marlies, Woll posted a 11-16-4 record in 32 games with a 3.75 GAA and a .880 SV%. In his second season, Woll posted a record of 7-7-0 in 15 games played with a slightly better 3.54 GAA and .892 SV%. (stats from eliteprospects.com)

Woll will be trying to solidify himself as the number one goaltender for the Marlies this season. If Hutchinson is claimed off waivers or traded by the Toronto Maple Leafs, it will make Woll’s goal a little easier.