No cure for concussions, but the headache fades for NHL: 'It's a lot better'
For three straight years, the NHL’s general managers were consumed by concussions at their annual March meeting. They debated ideas. They made changes.
The last two years? The subject wasn’t discussed much, if at all.
“It doesn’t need to be,” said Pittsburgh Penguins GM Jim Rutherford. “It hasn’t been 100-percent fixed. Nothing gets 100-percent fixed. But the players have done a good job adjusting to it, and it’s a lot better.”