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05-12-2013, 11:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Bobblehead View Post
Experts are finding that cumulative effects of concussions may be more serious than we thought. 11 and 12 year olds are more susceptible to concussions. Once you have had a concussions, you're more susceptible to future concussions. All reasons to delay body contact.

As for the 33%. WE'll agree to disagree. Why would they qualify the 33% percent with a statement about AB PeeWee players if they're comparing AB Bantam to QC Bantam players? That doesn't make ANY sense at all. What do PeeWee stats in AB have to do with AB Bantam and QC Bantam players.
Last comment I'll make... this statement is not about the peewee players. It is about the 33% fewer serious injuries experienced by the Bantam players in Alberta who have already had 2 years of bodychecking under their belt as compared to the Bantam players in Quebec who are bodychecking for the first time!

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