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03-21-2012, 05:15 AM
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Originally Posted by drs151 View Post
If you suffer a concussion in a fight you are not aloud to fight for the rest of the season. If the players concussion is so bad that it goes longer than a year then obviously until you are cleared to play. This would prevent doctors from clearing lesser end players quicker. Also have some independant doctors diagnose the players (I dont know if this is done or not already)
This is a horrific idea and not thought through at all.

Firstly, why would a concussion suffered during a fight be treated differently to any other concussion?

Secondly, what does 'not allowed to fight' mean? How is this regulated? Lets say our 'not allowed to fight player' is playing Boston and recklessly runs into Tim Thomas. Adam Mcquaid decides to give him a good punching. So he's not allowed to punch back?

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