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NHL players called ‘puppets’ in major lawsuit according to : Detroit Local News

as informed in But other injuries — those involving our brains — were not, and retired NHL players are now dealing with the consequences.
According to reports, NHL players are five times more likely to suffer a concussion than NFL players, which is a disturbing statistic, given that the NFL has admitted that nearly 1 in 3 NFL players will contract debilitating brain disease.
Among the most prominent players’ statements was a letter to the editor former Red Wings defenseman Reed Larson submitted to The Detroit News in 2015.
In seeking access to correspondence between the Washington, D.C.-based company, CLS Strategies, and players, the NHL asserted it needed to “clarify the source of the purported press statements,” TSN reported.
(Photo: AP)Detroit — Court documents unsealed in Minnesota reveal the NHL calling former players who filed a lawsuit over concussion claims “mere puppets” of a public-relations company when they provided statements to the media about the case, TSN reported Tuesday.

NHL players called ‘puppets’ in major lawsuit

according to “There are a lot of tired players,” Boudreau tells USA TODAY sports.
The Columbus Blue Jackets also might have benefited from the compressed schedule when they piled up 16 consecutive wins this season.
The Blue Jackets have a team dependent upon younger players.
The Blue Jackets have thrived in this season of a tougher schedule.
I think we did enough of that in training camp, especially a (John Tortorella) training camp.”Atkinson agrees that the Blue Jackets weren’t looking for days off during their streak.

Predators lead NHL in most players used this season

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