A former NHL goon used Twitter to create a hockey-abuse hotline. His inbox exploded
Abuse and sport are never far from each other — this NHL player wanted to do something about it. After retiring from the Chicago Blackhawks in 2015, Daniel Carcillo "has reinvented himself as an unlikely advocate for hockey players who have suffered concussions or been physically or emotionally abused by teammates and coaches." Robert Klemko, writing in The Washington Post, tells his inspiring story.
From The Washington Post