Found May 11, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
James Reimer did not appear intimidated in the first playoff experience of his NHL career, but through the first four games of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series against the Boston Bruins, he had not made a monumental save that swung momentum in his team’s favor. That all changed in the second period of Friday’s game at TD Garden, as Reimer's acrobatic right toe stoned Boston’s...
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