Calgary Flames' defenseman Oliver Kylington reveals his year-and-a-half struggle with mental health and trauma, leading to a period of feeling lost and betrayed, which saw him miss an entire NHL season and the first half of the current one.By the Numbers
- Kylington missed last season and the first half of the current one due to his mental health struggles
- He has yet to record a point in six games this season
- Kylington is gradually easing back into the lineup in a reduced role, aiming to regain his form and confidence
- He continues to work with mental health professionals and is grateful for the ongoing support from teammates and the organization
Oliver Kylington's courageous disclosure of his mental health journey sheds light on the challenges faced by professional athletes and the importance of mental health support in sports, highlighting the need for greater awareness and understanding.
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