Protect your noggin from a floggin’

The risk of concussion comes along with many sports. By the time athletes reach the university sport level, many of them will have experienced at least one concussion, and many have suffered several.

Hitting home: a reflection on a lost brother’s role as a hockey enforcer

This past November I lost my brother Lyndon Kenny to suicide. Lyndon was a very good hockey player. He was drafted by the Brandon Wheat Kings of the Western Hockey League and he was not only a highly-skilled defenceman and strong skater, but also the toughest person I have ever known. His final wish came in the form of an unsent text message intended for me. Lyndon wanted to have his brain donated to research at the Boston University School of Medicine so we could have the answers he had sought for years.