Professional Hockey: Days Lost Per Concussion in NHL Increasing.ScienceDaily (Apr. 24, 2011) — A major University of Calgary study of concussions, conducted over seven National Hockey
Modern pharmaceuticals becoming part of the culture in the NHL
You’re the average NHL player, which means you stand a shade over six feet tall, you weigh just over 204 pounds, and you’re about 27 years old.
Between October and April of any given year, you will drop your battered self into an airplane seat on 80 or so occasions and rack up between 50,000 and 90,000 air miles. Read more...
Potter named Oilers nominee for 2012 Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
High draft ranking helps Owen Sound’s Smith helps Owen Sound’s Smith elevate his game
Gemel Smith is not one for self-doubt.
After all, even though he wasn’t picked until the sixth round of the 2010 OHL midget draft, he cracked the Owen Sound lineup as a 16-year-old rookie, playing all but two games during the regular season, then another 21 in the playoffs as the Attack won the franchise’s first championship. Read more...
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