Leafs Report


, Last Updated: 9:08 AM ET


Coach Ron Wilson is going to have a tempting decision by this weekend if goaltender Jonas Gustavsson comes up with his sixth consecutive victory on Thursday in Atlanta.

Should he stick with the rotation and alternate Jean-Sebastien Giguere or let the rookie Swede stay on a roll? For now, all Wilson will say is that he'll adjust to allow Giguere the last game of the regular season in Montreal, his home province, even though that is scheduled to be Gustavsson's game at present.

"I have to figure that out, someone will get back-to-back starts," Wilson said.

Gustavsson won't rock the boat, even if he wins.

"It's hard to speculate what's best," he said. "If you play lots of games, you're comfortable, if you play less games you have more energy. You have to accept the situation as it is and make the best of it."


Right winger Colton Orr was given another practice off on Wednesday before the Leafs flew to Atlanta. "Maintenance day," Wilson said. "He's in the shop getting a tuneup and an oil change." ... Despite losing to Florida on Tuesday, the Leafs go into Atlanta with a record of 8-7-3 against the Southeast Division and 25-22-11 the past three seasons.