Canada to test minors for concussions
Canadian hockey players as young as 10 years old will be put through the same concussion testing as NHL players this season.
With high-profile cases involving Sidney Crosby and others in the news over the last year, concern about head injuries has filtered down to the youth ranks. A growing number of leagues are addressing it.
They include the Minor Oaks Hockey Association, based in the Toronto suburb of Oakville, which is forcing all 2,600 of its young athletes playing atom level ...
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