Found October 21, 2013 on The Hockey Guys:
By Tony Ambrogio (@SNTonyAmbrogio) Getty Images Less than 24 hours after suffering what appeared to be a serious injury James Reimer was back on the ice. It was a welcome sight for the Toronto Maple Leafs. “Came back today, felt pretty good,” Reimer said following an hour long practice on Friday.  “I was riding the bike and working out before I hit the ice and hit the ice and felt pretty good.” Just in case, the Leafs had University of Toronto goalie Michael Nishi on the ice, in the event Reimer couldn’t practice. For Nishi – who played some goal in the Ontario Hockey League and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League – it was an “eye opening experience.” “I’m honoured,” said the 19 year-old. “My family has (Leafs) season tickets so when I was growing up I went to quite a few games.” On this day he was sharing the goal with Reimer, who told Nishi to “have fun.” The Leafs called in the teenager keeping in mind what happened two years ago to Reimer. Reimer suffered a serious neck

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