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Berard Failed DrugTest For Olympics

from TSN,
Columbus Blue Jackets defenceman Bryan Berard tested positive for a banned substance as part of drug testing for the Olympics. Sources say Berard, who was invited to the U.S. summer Olympic evaluation camp and therefore eligible for Olympic testing, tested positive for the substance nandrolone, an anabolic steroid which is on the IOC banned substance list.
read on update 9:44pm, from Bob McKenzie of TSN,
The mandatory testing, as agreed by the NHL and NHLPA in the new CBA, began on Jan. 15. The first set of results should begin filtering in any time now. So if there are players out there ingesting performance-enhancing substances, we're going to know and they're going to get punished. Now, is it possible more than one NHL player will test positive? Sure, that's possible when you're talking about a group of 700 players. Is it possible it could be as many as another 230? Possible, one supposes, but plausible? Difficult to imagine, isn't it?
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