.....“I think it’s something that, I guess earlier in my career it was not something we were talking a lot about, even though it was still very important,” the longtime Bruin said after the team’s first captain’s practice
The veteran Bruins center has spoken about his own struggles with depression after suffering a season-ending concussion in 2007, saying he ended up “in a dark place for a while” and “didn’t feel like himself.” When that happened, he credited being able to lean on family, teammates and sports psychologists to help him find his way.........more
Bethany`s Notes: Glad to see progress being made in the NHL. It`s been a long time coming but as more athletes speak out, others will come forward as well.
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