A Canadian ice hockey goalie made the save of his life – when he rushed into the stands to give CPR to a fan who’d suffered cardiac arrest.
Gander player Patrick O’Brien was getting ready to play when he raced from the Flyers’ dressing room to begin pumping with chest compressions for an unconscious middle-aged man with no pulse.
He had just been trained as a paramedic 5 months earlier.
(READ the full story from the NY Daily News)
Photo via his Twitter feed @PatrickOBrien29