Every other team in the NHL has started a B/U goalie at least one game so far this season. What's so special about Quick that he is the lone exception to this rule? It's certainly not his play so far this season. Hey if he were playing great, I could see the argument. People can say he's not part the problem, I don't agree and I don't think too many do, but I don't get the idea that giving him a day off at the end of a long road trip on the second half of a B2B is somehow the equivalent of suggesting that he get sent down or benched permanently or something, when it's actually standard practice league-wide.