Here's the scene.
Two NHL players. One 6-foot-4, 235 pounds. The other, 6-5, 241. One player lands a punch square on the eye of the other. The punch breaks multiple bones in the player's face and renders him instantly unconscious. As he falls backward onto the ice, his head hits with such force that it fractures his skull and tears an artery. Later that night, he dies.
This is a morbid scenario that you have to assume the NHL has thought of before and tucked away ...
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