On a daily basis, I try to make the right decision on what stories, columns or blogs I should post. Sometimes I see a story, think to myself the KK readers have had enough on this topic and move on.
I saw this piece by Stu Hackel a few days ago and decided to skip it, but my mind kept going back to it, so I am presenting it a few days late.
from Stu Hackel of the Red Light, When 28 players were concussed in December, we titled our post on the subject ”An Awful Month for NHL Concussions.” The way Hockey Hall of Famer Ken Dryden sees it, however, it would be a mistake to believe that this epidemic of head injuries is a temporary condition, and that the game will get past it the way one gets over a cold. We’re better off thinking that this painful situation is the way things in the NHL will continue to be.
“Everybody takes bad news and reacts in a certain kind of way,” he said over the phone from Toronto last week. “You ignore it, you deny it, you argue against it, all those sorts...