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NHL empowers spotters to identify players with concussions, pull them from game

The NHL, which is facing a class-action lawsuit over its policies regarding head trauma and brain injuries, on Tuesday announced it had modified its procedures and its concussion protocol. The most notable changes will empower specially trained spotters—who will watch every game at the league’s...
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The NHL is adding spotters to help identify players who may have sustained a concussion.        

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