Stars coach Marc Crawford said after Tuesday's 4-1 loss in Edmonton that he has not made a decision on the goaltender who will play Wednesday against the Flames.
It will be a very difficult decision.
Andrew Raycroft allowed seven goals on 19 shots the last time the Stars were in Calgary Jan. 21, so he will have to deal with that mental hurdle. In addition, Raycroft was pulled in his next start after allowing two goals on two shots in 1:20 of ice time against Boston Feb. 3. He has not played since then.
Raycroft has been a great backup goalie this season with an 8-4-0 record, a 2.57 GAA and a .915 save percentage, but is Wednesday's game too pressure-packed to bring him back in? Does the team need Lehtonen as a security blanket, or would the change in net help shake things up?
Lehtonen said he's ready to play back-to-back games if needed. He has done it three times this season. He beat the Devils and Islanders to open the season, he lost at Anaheim and at LA Nov. 11-12, and he beat St. Louis home and away on Nov. 26 and 27.
So what would you decide?