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7:15pm - 08 Sep 2018

TSN Original: Finding Murph

He was a first overall pick in the 1986 NHL Draft. His name is engraved on the Stanley Cup. Now, Joe Murphy is living homeless on the streets of Northern Ontario. Our Rick Westhead searches for Murphy in Kenora, as the close-knit hockey fraternity asks, “what can be done to help?” This is ‘Finding Murph’.
10:05pm - 10 Oct 2018

22 Male Athletes Speaking Out About Depression | HeadsUpGuys

Depression does not mean weakness. You, too, can reach out and get better. 22 male athletes talk about their experiences with depression.
11:38pm - 19 Oct 2018

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Is A Precedent About To Be Set By The N.H.L. Brain Trust?

The National Hockey League is nearing an agreement with some of the retired players seeking damages from the league for head trauma they endured while playing, Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman is reporting.
7:27pm - 19 Dec 2018

NHL Beginning to Raise Mental Health Awareness

NHL players have had a tough time speaking out about mind-related issues in past years, but recent initiatives have begun raising mental health awareness.
2:30am - 23 Mar 2019

Bleeding Out | By Clint Malarchuk

How I ended up as a 47 year-old man with a bullet in his head and bag full of prescription medications may go all the way back to my...
3:12am - 27 Nov 2019

Pain, agony and 'years of duress': How hockey wives are fighting back over players' chronic brain injuries | CBC News

Wives of some retired hockey enforcers are in their own fight, taking on the NHL and commissioner Gary Bettman, seeking an acknowledgement of a link between fights and head injuries on the ice and long-term effects like degenerative brain disease.
JM
6:59pm - Sun 05 Jan

TSN host to speak to Lucan hockey team on mental health after local athlete died by suicide

Mental health advocate and host of TSN's 'Off the Record' Michael Lansberg is speaking to athletes in Lucan, Ont., after a young man died by suicide there in early October.
1:57pm - Sat 14 Mar

‘Dumb,’ ‘stupid’ and ‘lazy’ replay in mind of ex-NHLer with dyslexia

Saskatoon-raised ex-NHLer Brent Sopel is advocating to raise awareness about dyslexia, a learning difference he wasn’t diagnosed with until adulthood.
7:39pm - 08 Sep 2018

Walking his darkest path: Mark Rypien’s long struggle with traumatic brain injury

Mark Rypien doesn’t know if he has CTE: diagnosis can only be made with an autopsy. But both he and his wife, Danielle, can identify the signposts.
8:06pm - 29 Sep 2018

Islanders goalie Robin Lehner opens up about his addiction...

In this exclusive first-person essay, the New York Islanders goaltender opens up about his struggles with alcohol and drugs, his bipolar diagnosis and how he 'is truly ready to battle now.'
11:48pm - 10 Oct 2018
Kevin Stevens’s Battle with Addiction
12:07am - 20 Oct 2018

Trainers And Athletes Open To The Possible Benefits Of Marijauna

Matt Nichol, a nutritionist and strength and conditioning coach who works with numerous elite-level NHLers, has been studying how marijuana can help athletes for months but says more research needs to be done.

Why 5G Cell Towers Are More Dangerous - Radiation Health Risks

Why 5G Cell Towers Are More Dangerous. That is what this article discusses. To start with 5G is a lot higher frequency and a lot more powerful signal. But the signal does not travel as far so 5G service requires more towers closer to population centers.
9:03pm - 01 May 2019

Goaltender says he knows 'how to handle it now and it's nothing to be scared of'

Goaltender Robin Lehner, who before the season disclosed his struggles with mental illness and is now a finalist for the Vezina Trophy as the NHL's top goaltender, is a huge reason the New York Islanders returned to the playoffs after a two-year absence.
JM
7:00pm - Sun 05 Jan

#SickNotWeak | Mental Health Community - End the Stigma Canada

#SickNotWeak's online community is here to reach and help that lonely person. Together we can end the stigma that surrounds mental health. Join the movement
JM
8:40pm - Thu 30 Jan

What Sport Has The Most Concussions? | Concussion Rate

Concussion is a serious concern for all athletes. In this blog post, we look at sports with the highest concussion rates.
7:51pm - Sun 03 May

Kelly Hrudey brings awareness to mental health during COVID-19 pandemic | CBC Sports

Former NHL goaltender Kelly Hrudey has never shied away from talking about mental health, and he is continuing to bring awareness to the important issue in an effort to help those struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic.