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In a five-part series this week, TSN will report details of the sworn testimony of team owners, league officials, team trainers and doctors and medical consultants to the NHL and NHLPA, as well as former players in connection with the NHL concussion lawsuit.
 



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Part 1: The Lawsuit 

Years into concussion lawsuit, Jacobs and other NHL owners deny knowledge of CTE


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Part 2: The Poster

A medical consultant to the NHLPA testified that a top NHL lawyer watered down a warning to players about the long-term dangers of repeated head trauma on a poster displayed in every NHL team dressing room.


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Part 3: The 'Player's manager'

Former New Jersey Devils GM Lou Lamoriello testified he was blindsided by the news that onetime Devils enforcer Mike Peluso, who has been diagnosed with dementia, blamed the team for not protecting him better when he was an NHL player.


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Part 4: Comments Removed

Six days before Pat LaFontaine's weekly documentary about coaching a Midget rep hockey team was posted on YouTube on Dec. 16, 2011, NHL vice-president of media relations Frank Brown ordered to have a section of LaFontaine’s comments about concussions removed.


 

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Part 5: The NHLPA Stance

The NHL has accused the NHLPA of blocking proposed studies to explore the mental health of current and retired players, allegedly because the union argued such studies might impact players' employability.