The Toronto Maple Leafs have run into some goalie problems when it comes to the injury department. 

General manager Kyle Dubas acquired Michael Hutchinson, however the team still needs some depth. 

Head coach Mike Babcock confirmed to reporters that the team is still looking at possibly making another move. 

“I don’t know what’s going on, we were just talking about maybe finding another goalie,” Babcock said, per the Toronto Star. “We’d like (Kaskisuo) to get playing, we don’t want him to be sitting around. So maybe we’ve got to find another goalie and go from there.”

The team clearly would prefer Kaskisuo to get constant time in the AHL instead of bouncing back and forth.

Toronto is still recovering from losing Curtis McElhinney and Calvin Pickard to waivers earlier this season. 

Source: Toronto Star