tim1_2 wrote:What's going to be real interesting is seeing how the guys who have been playing stack up against those who haven't. Prime example is Lehner vs. . It's hard to imagine that Lehner won't have the edge, at least initially.
As Neely mentioned elsewhere, Wiercioch has gotta pretty much be a lock for opening night.
Lehner will play out the string in Bingo, no question about it if they come back IMO. Bishop will get his games in to retain his UFA status and let Anderson get going gradually, not be forced to be playing 100% right off the bat. Ottawa is lucky in this sense.
Wiercoich is going to be getting prime ice in the NHL right off the hop for sure.