Since Ed Belfour, the Leafs’ goaltenders have been downright abysmal.
From Andrew Raycroft to Vesa Toskala, Toronto has not had any luck between the pipes. With that being said, the Leafs should not jump at the opportunity to trade for Roberto Luongo just because of his success in the past.
Not only is he not the starting goaltender on his current team, but Luongo’s getting old and has one of the longest and most expensive contracts in the league.
The Leafs would be better off acquiring a younger, cheaper goaltender and then spend the leftover money elsewhere.