Great Podcast With Adrian Dater & Theo Fleury

“BSN Avalanche Podcast: Theoren Fleury @TheoFleury14 on overcoming abuse, addiction and his days with the Avs - https://t.co/LZwGo5bFZ8”
Mathieu Tibbet @tibbs
Shared a link

Home

From Daniel Carcillo, Founder of Chapter 5
Chicago Blackhawks left wing Daniel Carcillo opens up about the death of his friend Steve Montador and why the NHL community can’t be silent about mental health issues anymore.
Daniel Carcillo:
“It was early Sunday afternoon, and I was taking off my shoes

Bell Let's Talk on Twitter

“BELL LET’S TALK DAY 2019 OFFICIAL VIDEO: Today, every view of this video makes a difference. All you need to do is watch it and Bell will donate 5¢ to mental health initiatives. Share to help spread the word! #BellLetsTalk https://t.co/zVdFiEafYl”
Pearl Fong @pearl
Shared a link

Hockey school working to prevent youth suicides in northern communities | CBC News

About 100 young hockey players from the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation in northern Saskatchewan are taking part in the Shoot-to-Score Hockey School in Flin Flon, Man., this week.
Rick dC @rick
Created a circle

I've just created the c/HealthAndWellness circle

A place to talk about physical and mental health & wellness of players
Hockey Shoulder Workout To Prevent Injuries
Chad Sherman @chad
Shared a link

Hockey – Our most dangerous game – Canada Safety Council

Mathieu Tibbet @tibbs
Shared a link

I Can't Live Like That Anymore | By Daniel Carcillo

I would give back all my money, I would give back all the time. You can take my name off the Stanley Cup twice over. I can’t live like that anymore. I just can’t.
Mike MacWilliam @Mac24
Shared a link

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’.
Rick dC @rick
Shared a link

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.
Veteran MD About 5G Technology Dangers At 5G Hearing
Mathieu Tibbet @tibbs
Shared a link

Coaching Hockey in the Mental Health Era

Athletes are becoming more and more open about asking for help. We spoke to coaches to find out what they’re doing to provide it.
Rick dC @rick
Shared a link

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...

Another Great Resource For Concussion Management From A Local B.C. Company

HeadCheck Health provides software to enhance the concussion management of any sports organization through improved testing, documentation and reporting.
Pearl Fong @pearl
Shared a link

Retired goalie Tim Thomas emotionally details brain damage he says came from hockey | CBC Sports

Years removed from the goaltending career and the concussions that caused so many problems, Tim Thomas on Thursday detailed the brain damage that derailed his life.
Chad Sherman @chad
Shared a link

Late Canuck Rick Rypien’s brother pleased club has kept up mental health message

Wes Rypien will be at Rogers Arena Thursday as part of the team’s Hockey Talks mental-health initiative
Pearl Fong @pearl
Shared a link

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.
Mike MacWilliam @Mac24
Shared a link

Investing In The Kids

“It’s almost the weekend and Sparky made Friday extra fun at today’s @EVERFI school assembly in Queens! #Isles
Pearl Fong @pearl
Shared a link

Clint Malarchuk suffered a horrific sporting injury. But PTSD put his life in peril again, decades later | CBC Radio

Clint Malarchuk suffered one of the most horrific accidents in NHL history in 1989, when another player's skate severed his jugular vein. But decades later, undiagnosed PTSD from the incident would put his life in peril again.
Rick dC @rick
Posted an image
Jacksonville Autism Awareness Jerseys
Mike MacWilliam @Mac24
Shared a link

Quick Hydration Advice From Gary Roberts High Performance Training

Grab a bottle of water and check out these tips on staying hydrated throughout the day.