"I went out there and had an absolute ball," Bowser said. "Who would have ever thought? I just passed the puck around, having a good time. I would never guessed in a million years that I would be right here. To me, hockey season's all year long, so my wife calls herself a hockey widow. But I told her, when I'm on the ice, that's when I feel normal. I feel like everybody else. I play with two-legged people all the time."
"So," Bowser said, "I guess I'm the only guy you're going to meet who had their leg amputated so I could play hockey."