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10-14-2012, 09:23 AM
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JMiller
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I'd say give his time to help others- he's got a tremendous amount of hockey experience and knowledge and also a tremendous amount of experience dealing with concussions and living through it. My first thought would be to get into coaching on any level and work with programs focused on safety in sports. There would be thousands of teams and millions of kids who would love to learn from him and maybe by helpIng them he would be helping himself. One of the worst parts of depression is the isolated feelings that it produces.

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