Tuesday, 18 June 2013

A broken nose, concussion, bruises and cuts are a a foreseeable, acceptable outcome in minor hockey

This is what happens when P.J. Stock and Mike Milbury and Don Cherry set the moral bar for the sport of hockey.  Somehow a 16-year-old player getting his helmet ripped off and getting filled in with rights, for the crime of snowing a goalie, is thought to be an acceptable consequence, a risk he consented to when he signed up for hockey.

Gary Bettman, with his remarkably consistent refereeing, wears that.

No comments:

Post a Comment