Reimer, a pending restricted free agent, could ask the team to trade him, but he hasn't confirmed whether or not that is the plan.
"Let's wait a couple of days before we talk about that," Reimer told the Toronto Sun. "Obviously, it's a fair question."
For the most part, Reimer has enjoyed his time in Toronto, but the writing appears to be on the wall.
With several teams pondering a change between the pipes, Maple Leafs GM Dave Nonis could move Reimer around the NHL Draft in late-June for a decent draft pick.
"My agent has been thinking about stuff, but I haven't said," Reimer said. "I just wanted to get this team into the playoffs. When everything is said and done, we can go down there."
Meanwhile, reports surfaced yesterday over Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment CEO Tim Leiweke pursuing current NHL Director of Player Safety Brendan Shanahan about coming on board as the Leafs' President of Hockey Operations.
While it doesn't appear as if a deal is imminent, TFP has learned that Leiweke will be addressing the Toronto media next week about his plans for the organization.