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Tailing the Komets

Just talked to Reggie Primeau

He's feeling better. He's home from the hospital and looking forward to Christmas. He also wanted to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers.

"It's amazing how many people think about you have you in their prayers and their thoughts,'' he said. "People even that you meet on the street. It's just a nice feeling to know that everybody is pulling for you.''

Primeau had some surgery related to diabetes. In October 2000, doctors were forced to amputate Primeau's right leg below the knee, and this time the work was done on his left foot, but he said he'll be walking and going to games in now time. That man is a true inspiration.

"If I can do anything to help other people with diabetes, I'll be more than willing to help,'' he said.

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