Items Tagged ‘Michael Stuart’

February 29, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Junior Hockey on Cusp of a Revolution: Trying to Stop Fighting

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Viewing fighting as a safety issue in light of increasing concussion research, and unwilling to wait for the National Hockey League to propose changes, USA Hockey and Hockey Canada are seriously considering rules that would effectively end fighting in nonprofessional leagues as soon as next season…USA Hockey’s chief medical director, Michael Stuart, has consistently argued […]

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Tags: chief medical director, concussion research, end fighting in nonprofessional leagues, Hockey Canada, Michael Stuart, National Hockey League, USA Hockey, Winnipeg Jets


January 16, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Boogaard’s reported brain injury reignites hockey safety debate

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The nationwide conversation about head injuries in youth sports was reignited earlier this month after a report disclosed that late Minnesota Wild hockey player Derek Boogaard had extensive brain injuries, likely as a result of his violent playing style… It’s not clear if the no-checking rule will even make a difference. Michael Stuart , Mayo […]

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December 12, 2011 · Leave a Comment

Boogaard’s reported brain injury reignites hockey safety debate

By Mystery User

The nationwide conversation about head injuries in youth sports was reignited earlier this month after a report disclosed that late Minnesota Wild hockey player Derek Boogaard had extensive brain injuries, likely as a result of his violent playing style… It’s not clear if the no-checking rule will even make a difference. Michael Stuart , Mayo […]

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Tags: concussions, Michael Stuart


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