Keefe offers a new injury update on Andersen

Things aren't looking so great for the Leafs and their starting goaltender.


According to Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe, the team's starting goaltender Frederik Andersen is "progressing well" but still won't be available to the team for at least another week.

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That's obviously concerning news if you're a Leafs fan. The longer the uncertainty around Andersen continues, the more likely it is that the Leafs feel the need to make a move. Surprisingly though, back up Jack Campbell has played stellar in Andersen's absence. If Andersen is out long-term, do the Leafs go after a starting goaltender on the trade market or do they give the ball to Campbell and try to find him a veteran to back him up? That seems most likely to me. 

Thoughts, Leafs fans?