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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, we would say it was.
“If it turns out the doctor says to me tomorrow that he has a concussion, we’ll announce he has a concussion.”
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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.
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