Kid drills rival’s head into boards in no contact hockey game!
When kids hockey is “no contact” but you get this hit from behind 🤬 the 2 game suspension was overturned because the dad complained…my child is left missing school, hockey and dealing with the symptoms that come with a concussion #dirtyhit @CoachsCornerDC pic.twitter.com/KuBSibmw3I
— Meghan Jonkhans (@mjonkhans) December 3, 2019
- An angry mother took to social media to speak out for her young son who suffered a concussion on a dangerous play.
- During a no contact game, her son’s head was drilled first into the boards by an opponent, who decided that the rules did not apply to him.
- To add insult to injury, the assailant’s father complained to the league and his son’s two-game suspension was therefore overturned.
- His father should have accepted the suspension and made sure the kid knows why he was suspended and the consequences for breaking the rules…
- Dads like this is exactly why some kids these days don’t follow any rules or authority
- The mother of the young victim points out that her son has missed school, hockey and is now dealing with the symptoms that come with a concussion.
- On a positive note, former NHL player Daniel Carcillo, reached out to the mother to offer any kind of help for her son’s recovery.
Sources & Credits: Meghan Jonkhans,Hockeyfeed