NPR's Tom Goldman reports that the National Hockey League has handed Boston's Marty McSorley the longest suspension in its history, because of his violent attack on Vancouver's Donald Brashear. In the closing seconds of Monday night's game McSorley hit Brashear in the head with his stick causing a severe concussion.
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