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Drop the Gloves: Parros injury puts spotlight on NHL fights

It didn't take long for hockey players, experts and fans to weigh in on the fighting debate after the brutal injury George Parros suffered on opening night of the NHL regular season. As the CBC's Peter Armstrong reports, some are saying it's time to outlaw fighting in the NHL.

George Parros suffers concussion after hitting head against ice

Opening night injury sparks debate over hockey fights. 3:35

It didn't take long for hockey players, experts and fans to weigh in on the fighting debate after the brutal injury George Parros suffered on opening night of the NHL regular season.

The Montreal Canadiens enforcer was knocked unconscious and suffered a concussion Tuesday after a misplaced punch sent him to fall hard on his chin against the ice. 

As the CBC's Peter Armstrong reports, some are saying it's time to outlaw fighting in the NHL.

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