Over the last couple of weeks we've seen a bit of a goalie controversy start to boil in Boston.
However, a look at both Bruins' goalies most recent performances, it's starting to look like things are balancing back to normal.
Backup goalie Anton Khudobin was pulled from his start on Monday against the Nashville Predators after giving up four goals and fourteen shots. That follows a win in Pittsburgh where he gave up three goals on 20 shots.
Tuukka Rask on the other hand is starting to look like he's put it back together, the 30 year old Fin shutout the Philadelphia Flyers in the last game he started, and gave up only two goals in a tight win against the Tampa Bay Lightning on November 29th.
Hopefully Rask has turned it around and maybe has finished dealing with any concussion issues.
While Khudobin does have four wins in his last five games, it's highly likely we might see head coach Bruce Cassidy start to roll with Rask more often going forward.
Do you think Rask deserves his starting job back or should they continue to share time between the pipes?