The Leafs have alternated goaltending duties between Jonathan Bernier and James Reimer, with Reimer starting in 14 fewer games than Bernier this season.
Both goalies currently possess a restricted free agent status, with Reimer becoming a free agent come summer. It has been widely speculated that Reimer will demand a pay increase from current contract, which is valued at $5.4 million over three-years, a cap hit of $1.8 million.
"I haven't thought that too far, but could see a scenario where both goalies were back next season? Yes," Nonis told the National Post. "We've gone this far because of our goaltending. Jon is on a bit of a roll, but James has been really good for us."
Bernier is in his first year of a two-year, $5.8 million contract with a cap hit of $2.9 million.
Statistically speaking, Bernier has been the better of the two with a .925 save percentage and 2.63 goals against average in 36 games. Comparatively, Reimer possesses a .915 save percentage and 3.13 goals against average in 22 starts.
The Leafs are currently 27-21-5 on the season, holding the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference.