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Whatever happened to Rourke Chartier?

In a San Jose Hockey Now exclusive, Chartier revealed how the “hockey player mentality” led him to try to play through three concussions during his time in the San Jose Sharks organization. He missed all of the 2018-19 season because of his last concussion.

“It felt like I just kept putting a Band-Aid on an issue,” Chartier said. “It wasn’t a Band-Aid fix.”

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Around the NHL…

R.I.P. Penguins championship window. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

Rob Simpson breaks down Anders Lee’s Game Four play. (NYI Hockey Now)

Adrian Dater thinks Arizona is a better match-up for Colorado than Chicago anyway. (Colorado Hockey Now)

Bruce Cassidy is happy with where his team is. (Boston Hockey Now)

Eric Duhatschek reflects on the importance of fit for top picks and best spot for Alexis Lafreniere. (The Athletic)

This could be a game-changer: Victor Hedman leaves the last round-robin game with an injury. (Sportsnet)

What are the tips and tricks of the best net-front scorers in the NHL? (The Coaches Site)

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