If you've been watching the Stanley Cup Finals, or just following highlights online, then you've no doubt been privy to the unfortunate circumstances following the recent hit that derailed Nathan Horton's 2011 postseason. While the suspension to Vancouver's Aaron Rome carries its own questions of whether the discipline was enough, too much, etc., the principle of the fact is head shots remain an active part of the game. It's an element that Penguins general manager Ray Shero would like to see eliminated from the game.
If Sidney Crosby's 2010-11 season wasn't enough to bring attention to the issue at hand, Shero took the extra step to say a few words. After the jump, watch video of GMRS discussing one of the biggest subjects surrounding not only the regular season, but also the postseason.