A Newfoundlander, who played in the National Hockey League with Vancouver Canucks has joined in the on the lawsuit brought forth by former NHL players claiming the National Hockey League hasn’t done enough to protect players from concussions.
35 year old Harold Druken of St. John’s claimed he has anger and substance abuse issues. He played in the N-H-L until 2004. The other latest player to announce is 32 year old, Jason Doig who also played until 2004.
High profile player Gary Leeman is also involved in the action along with Bradley Aitken (Pittsburgh Penguins, Edmonton Oilers); Darren Banks (Boston Bruins); Curt Bennett (Blues, New York Rangers and Atlanta Flames); Richard Dunn (Buffalo Sabres and Calgary Flames); Warren Holmes, (Los Angeles Kings); Robert Manno, (Canucks, Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings); Blair James Stewart (Red Wings, Washington Capitals and Quebec Nordiques); Morris Titanic, (Sabres); and Rick Vaive (Canucks, Maple Leafs, Sabres, and Chicago Blackhawks).