NHL-Supported Trans Hockey Game Results in Traumatic Head Injury to Female Player


In this episode of A Female Is Inevitably Going to Be Killed by a Male in a Female Sporting Event…

Welp, who saw this coming? Except for everyone on the planet who not only thinks males playing against females in female sports is grossly unfair to female athletes, but also thinks it’s inevitable that a larger, stronger male is going to eventually traumatically injure — or worse — a female, that is.


One such “everyone” is my colleague Brandon Morse, who in November reported on the National Hockey League (NHL) going all-in with the “woke” crowd and promoting a “Trans Draft Tournament.”

The NHL is proud to support this past weekend’s Team Trans Draft Tournament in Middleton, Wisconsin. This was the first tournament comprised entirely of transgender and nonbinary players, with around 80 folks participating!

I wonder if NHL Commissioner Gary Beckman checked first with Roger Goodell, the sycophantic, kowtowing NFL commissioner, to find out how Goodell’s pathetic pandering and capitulation turned out?

The so-called “trans” tournament, featured a “Team Black” vs. “Team Pink” game that included the Boston-based “Team Trans” organization, which describes itself as “New England’s first LGBTQ+ hockey club.”

Sure enough, a video first posted by Quillette shows player #90 on Team Pink, described as a “bisexual trans woman” (man) shoving #91 on Team Black, described as a “female-to-male” (woman). The male athlete can be seen pushing the female athlete to the ice and then into the boards, resulting in a concussion. It reportedly took more than 17 minutes to get the female player stretchered and taken off the ice.


Was the shove intentional? It doesn’t matter.

In an article titled “Ignoring Biological Reality Puts Female Hockey Players at Risk,” Quillette sports writer Jonathan Kay summed it up:

The contact doesn’t look particularly serious when you watch it on video. It may even have been entirely accidental. But the size imbalance between the two skaters was so great that the Team Black player ended up being propelled head-first into the boards with enough force to deliver a concussion.

This isn’t hard stuff to figure out. The striking difference in size accounted for the biologically male player absorbing little to no impact from the collision. Moreover, the contact would be a rule violation in most hockey leagues as a “hit from behind.”

So, how long before a female athlete is killed after being hit by a male player in a contact sport, or other “trans” competition?

As I reported in late October, a female high school volleyball player in North Carolina suffered severe injuries to her head and neck after a biological male opponent hard-spiked a ball at an alleged 70 mph into her face. The girl experienced long-term concussion symptoms, including vision problems, resulting in the Cherokee County Board of Education voting 5-1 to cancel all future volleyball games against Highlands High School, citing a “safety issue.”


Oops, I almost forgot to share one point about the trans hockey tournament.

Team Pink, with biological male players described as “head and shoulders taller than most of Team Black,” including at least one player who played Division I hockey, destroyed Team Black in the tournament final, 7-1, despite holding a team meeting between the second and third period to decide whether or not to continue the lopsided game.

But, hey — #InclusionMatters.


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