Interesting news comes this morning from the Montreal Gazette, in an article discussing a new product developed by Battle Sports Science, called the Impact Indicator. It acts as a warning signal for when players in contact sports such as hockey or football suffer a collision which has a decent chance of causing a concussion.
Scott Radley at the Hamilton Spectator picks up an argument which gets far too little press these days, given all the concern over concussions and other serious injuries at all levels of hockey:
In an article from the Des Moines Register, Mark Emmert raises an interesting question regarding hockey helmets and their ability to help prevent concussions. The context here regards a concussion suffered by a member of the Des Moines Bucaneers of the USHL: The current helmets the Bucs wear, manufactured by CCM and patterned after the […]