Battle of the Hockey Enforcers

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  • Why Fighting Should Be Banned Essay

    other overdosed on pain medication. When doctors looked at the brains of all four they all had CTE. Was it just a coincidence that all 4 were enforcers? Was it a coincidence that all 4 had countless concussions and developed CTE? Was it a coincidence that three out of the four killed them selves? I say No! Fighting was a major factor in every death. The authors of the two articles that were published in the last five-years both agree and discuss why fighting should be banned. Although both authors want fighting abolished one author only wants it banned in junior hockey. Contrary…

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  • Summary Of A Guy Like Me: Fighting To Make The Cut

    Make the Cut” co-written by John Scott and Brian Cazenueve is a sport memoir that takes us through NHL enforcer John Scott’s journey in life from a kid growing up in St. Catharines, Ontario to playing in the NHL. John Scott is a professional hockey player and graduated from Michigan Tech with a degree in mechanical engineering. Scott has played for the Minnesota Wild, Chicago Blackhawks, New York Rangers, San Jose Sharks, Buffalo Sabres, Arizona Coyotes, and Montreal Canadiens during his time in…

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