When I woke up in the hospital room in Nevada, I couldn’t move. I couldn’t talk. I was trapped inside my own body.
Mental Health Awareness
I was going to win the Stanley Cup. With the Chicago Blackhawks. I remember thinking, Oh my God. What do I do with my hands?
When I first heard the term “mental health,” the first thing that came to mind was mental toughness. Masking pain. Hiding it … Now, I realize that it means the
There’s one thing that I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. It’s not the head shot I took. I can barely remember that part.
If I can help save one life by sharing Brandon’s story, then I guess I will have proven that Brandon was wrong. His life did have meaning. It still does, even i
I can still recall the exact moment that my brain started lying to me.
From the outside, we looked like a perfect family that people hoped to have. Until the cops came.
Daniel Carcillo sits down to discuss depression, anxiety, and carrying on the legacy of his friend Steve Montador.
We have to start addressing the emotional well-being of athletes.
This is a story about how a mental health problem took my job away from me. And about how, three years later, I am doing that job again.
I never wanted to be the fighter. I never wanted to be the wild man or the bully.I certainly never wanted to be an alcoholic. But we all put on masks to survive
I lost one of my best friends and finest men I know in hockey, Steve Montador. On the surface, he had it all under control. But underneath it all, Monty was swi
In our latest Players' POV video, Chicago Blackhawks' Daniel Carcillo opens up about the death of his teammate Steve Montador and why the NHL community can't be
In this Players' POV, Larry Sanders speaks on his decision to turn down a career playing basketball.