Therapist gets Olympic glory

JONATHAN Toews wasn’t the only Winnipegger on the ice jumping up and down, hugging and high-fiving after Canada won gold in the men’s hockey final Sunday in Vancouver — but you had to pay attention because the other Winnipegger didn’t have a number or name on his back.

If you look closely at the team picture taken at centre ice at Canada Hockey Place following the medal ceremony, there’s Jim Ramsay, the team’s athletic therapist, in the back row with his left arm around Patrice Bergeron and his right elbow resting on Patrick Marleau’s shoulder. He’s the one showing off his tonsils.

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