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#1 Mar 13, 2011
The NHL could lose a key sponsor if it doesnt immediately act on violent headshots during games, Canadian news agency QMI is reporting.
The report comes in the wake of a controversial hit that sent Montreal Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty to hospital with a severe concussion Tuesday night.
According to QMI, Air Canada one of the leagues biggest corporate backers is threatening to pull its support if action isnt taken to prevent what it calls recent career- and life-threatening headshots during games.
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