Found December 08, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
from Damian Cristodero of the Tampa Bay Times, Adam Erne was not suspended for his from-behind hit Friday that caused Jonathan Drouin's head to hit the side glass and might have caused a concussion. But the idea of one Lightning prospect injuring another in a junior Quebec league game raised an interesting question: Is there a responsibility for players in the same organization — likely future teammates, in fact — to play each other more carefully? Lightning players, for the most part, said the only responsibility is to play the game clean. "When the game starts, you have no friends," LW Pierre-Cedric Labrie said Saturday. "You have to finish your hits. But if it's an illegal hit, it doesn't matter who it is, you can't do that." continued and if you missed the hit, watch it below... Continue reading "Do You Hit A Possible Future Teammate?"

Lightning lose prospect Johnathan Drouin to possible concussion

Halifax Mooseheads' scoring prodigy and Tampa Bay Lightning top prospect Johnathan Drouin is suffering from concussion-like symptoms after Quebec Remparts' Adam Erne cross checked him into the bench-side dashers on Friday night.Ironically, Both Drouin and Erne are top entry draft picks of the Lightning and both assigned to teams in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League....

Video- Drouin Out With Concussion-Like Symptoms

Murphy out with shoulder injury, Drouin with concussion-like symptoms will be reevaluated by team doctors again tomorrow. — Halifax Mooseheads (@HFXMooseheads) December 7, 2013 Adam Erne, also a Lightning draft pick, was the player who put the hit on Drouin.
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