Edmonton's crowded crease
The Oilers, of course, will open the season with three goaltenders: Garon, Dwayne Roloson and Jeff Drouin-Deslauriers.
Roloson and Garon are both in the final year of their contracts, while Jeff Drouin-Deslauriers is in the first year of a two-year, one-way deal. Drouin-Deslauriers has yet to play an NHL regular-season game, but did turn heads during the pre-season.
Except that he has a $3.667-million cap hit this year, is 39 years old and is coming off of a pretty weak season in 2007-08.
It'll be interesting to see how this one's sorted out. I can't see any way a team bites on Roloson's contract, but maybe there's a move to be made that involves taking back some salary in a deal.
Otherwise, the Oilers will have their fingers crossed that the youngster sneaks through waivers at some point down the line.
The bottom of this list is a decent game-by-game look at who might be interested in adding a goaltender. Colorado, Washington and the Islanders may need another body between the pipes soon.