NHL re-evaluates concussion prevention
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Sidney Crosby's concussion has re-ignited the debate at the Board of Governors meeting here at All-Star Weekend about whether the NHL is doing enough to prevent head injuries and hits to the head.
The NHL did adopt a new rule this season, Rule 48, which bans blindside hits to the head.
"The blindside hit rule has made a difference in the way the game has been played," St. Louis Blues president John Davidson told ESPN.com after the board meeting. "There's lots ...
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