Bettman expects NHL to look at behavioural program after deaths
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman expects the league to review its substance abuse and behavioural health program following the death of two players over the summer.
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#1 Aug 17, 2011
That was really informative
Since: Aug 11
#2 Aug 21, 2011
"You just don't talk about it."
In a game that requires you to be tuff physically having or sharing problems with fellow players doesn't happen due to male bravado.
Like a player who gets injured frequently gets labelled so too would one who has emotional - physiological ones.
They need to be sure anyone from equipment staff to player on every team can access help quickly if needed.
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