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Major retirement to plague the NHL following player unable to walk

Published January 21, 2024 at 8:55 PM
BY SKY
     
There's some unexpected news about Ryan Reaves from the Toronto Maple Leafs. During the offseason, the Leafs signed him to a three-year deal, mainly to add some toughness to the team.

But things have taken a turn since he hurt his knee on December 14th and had to sit out.

Surprisingly, Reaves recently shared that his knee problems have been going on for a while. In an interview with Sportsnet, he said he's keen to get back on the ice, but there's a big issue he can't skate or function without knee braces, which is not good for his health.




Now, after being out for over a month, people are wondering about Reaves' future. Even though he's physically ready to come back, the fact that he needs knee braces is a major problem.

So, Reaves is thinking about whether to try a comeback or consider retiring. It's a big decision that could mark a turning point in his career.
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