Sorry i wasn't quite sure how to do the link, but it is below.
This editorial from the Star Tribune highlights details surrounding the recent tragedy of Jack Jablonski's hockey injury, the state of paralysis he became subject to upon receiving an illegal from-behind check in a recent high school junior-varsity hockey game. The article acknowledges the overwhelming support Jack has received from a Minnesota hockey community the author refers to as an extended hockey family. The MSHL (Minnesota State High School League) has promised better research in safety equipment and rule changes, but the author of this article pushes towards adopting a central-registry of sports injuries and using data to make rule changes and grasp a better handle on injuries such as Jablonski's.
While opposition to the author could point out that an increased awareness and focus on the coaching of safe playing would be more effective, the article pushes towards the creation of a "comprehensive injury database". The author plays their argument off the recent height of awareness surrounding Jablonski and the spike of fear and urgency within the Minnesota community.