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The Toronto Maple Leafs plan on being extra cautious with goaltender James Reimer, who has been ruled out of Thursday's game against the New York Rangers.
In his place, Jonas Gustavsson (1-2-0, 4.86 goals-against average) will receive the start versus the fellow Original Six franchise.
Reimer sat out for Monday's contest versus the Philadelphia Flyers after suffering a minor neck injury in Saturday's game against Montreal.
The Maple Leafs are treating Reimer's symptoms as a possible concussion.
"Right now, the doctors feel he needs more time, so what can we do?" Toronto goaltending consultant Francois Allaire told TSN Radio 1050. "The doctors have to decide; they are the last line to make the decision."
Reimer has posted a 4-0-1 mark with a 2.58 goals-against average in six starts this season.
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from Michael Traikos of the National Post, In an interview with radio station Sportsnet 590 The Fan, Burke attempted to clear up the mystery behind Reimer’s injury.
“It’s not a concussion,” said Burke. “And he’s being treated for concussion-like symptoms. “We’re not sure if it’s whiplash-related with the way he was hit from the side. And if it was a concussion...
Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender James Reimer could be back in net for Thursday's game against the New York Rangers.
Reimer sat out for Monday's game against the Philadelphia Flyers after suffering a minor neck injury in Saturday's game against Montreal.
Following Tuesday's practice, Reimer said he felt pretty good and was close to returning.
Reimer is 4-0-1 with...
Toronto Maple Leafs goalie James Reimer has been placed on injured reserve, but is eligible to return Sunday.
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As the Maple Leafs prepare to face the Rangers tonight at Madison Square Garden, change is in the wind. Goaltender Ben Scrivens as expected was returned to the Toronto Marlies of the AHL and James Reimer practiced for 90 minutes in New York on Wednesday, which makes it a virtual certainty that he will be between the pipes.
Following the practice, Coach Ron Wilson indicated that...
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