Toronto Titans Team Report Part 1: Goaliesby Logan Winters | July 7, 2013, 1:41 PM ET
Corey Crawford (B-)
Corey Crawford became the defacto #1 starter in Toronto after being acquired in a trade that saw Devan Dubnyk shipped out to Whitehorse. Management liked what Crawford brought every night, and they expect much better things next season. “Corey’s 17 wins is a respectable total, but we’re hoping he’s in the 35 win range next season” commented GM Derrick Roslaniec.
Semyon Varlamov (B):
Semyon was brought into the fold a week after Crawford to add insurance and depth to the crease. In 33 games, Varlamov posted a 10-13-1 record, and at times seemed like Toronto’s #1 over Crawford. “Semyon is a great competitor, and he will be ‘1B’ to Corey next season”.
Brian Foster (C-):
Appearing in five games this season, rookie goalie Brian Foster recorded one loss and an 8.32 GAA. “We wanted to give Brian a taste of SICHL action so he knows what to expect in the future. We project him to be a backup one day, so the more experience he gets at this level, the better.”
Eddie Lack (C):
Landing in Toronto via the same deal that brought Crawford to town, Lack only appeared in one big-league contest. Although he recorded a loss, his future seems bright in the SICHL. “Eddie will be an RFA this offseason, but we’d like to resign him to learn the pro game under Corey Crawford”.