This is a terrible take. And if I worked in one of those stores and a co-worker of mine collapsed, I wouldn't want to keep selling hot dogs on sticks, either. I was watching the Jackets/Stars game when Peverley collapsed, and after that wound down, I had no desire to go back to WATCHING hockey, so I can imagine that no one would have wanted to continue playing hockey. I mean, it's one thing if someone suffers a catastrophic injury that's hockey related; the guys know they signed up for that possiblity when they took up the sport. In the back of their minds, that's always there on some level. You can't prepare emotionally for someone to have this happen.