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NHL Drug Policy Is Flawed

from the Toronto Star,
For a guy who last November prompted outrage from most of the hockey world when he said that as many as a third of the NHLers might be found to be involved with performance-enhancing drugs, Pound, you'd think, would hardly be surprised that there was now a No.1 (Berard) on the charts. But, in a way, he was — specifically because of the apparently huge loophole in the NHL program that, thus far, excludes testing in the summer months. "Summer, that's when people use the HGH and steroids so you get the benefit of it but the stuff's out of your system by the time you come to be tested," Pound told the Star.
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