During the "All-Trans Draft Tournament," held between November 19 and 20 in Middleton, Wisconsin, one biological female athlete was left concussed after a biological male athlete pushed the other athlete to the ground.
According to journalist Jonathan Kay, writing for Quillette, player #91 on Team Black, a self-described female-to-male transgender player, was pushed to the ground by player #90 of Team Pink, who self-describes as a "bisexual trans woman."
Player #91 was seen on video entering the ice only to have player #90, a much larger person, bump into player #91, knocking the athlete head-first into the wall of the rink.
"The contact doesn’t look particularly serious when you watch it on video. It may even have been entirely accidental. But the size imbalance between the two skaters was so great that the Team Black player ended up being propelled head first into the boards with enough force to deliver a concussion," Kay wrote.
It reportedly took more than 17 minutes to get the player stretchered off of the ice.
Player #91 recounted the incident on social media, but left out that it was player #90 that caused the injury.
"I had an amazing time with wonderful people at the exclusive all trans draft tournament in Middleton, WI the weekend before Thanksgiving. I was co-captain with @frozengoalie of Team Black, aka The Night Furies! And what an amazing team!! I had so much fun with all of you, and proud of all of you!" the player wrote.
Recounting the final game against Team Pink, the athlete wrote, "once out I was playing the puck, and I took a very odd fall into the boards, in which I needed medical attention to make sure my neck and extremities were okay. For physical safety, I was stretchered off the ice and taken to the ER. I am okay, I was diagnosed with a concussion and muscle strains in my left neck, shoulder, and back."
The tournament was organized under Team Trans, which according to kay is a Massachusetts-based transgender hockey club promoted and financed by the NHL as a part of its "Accelerating Diversity & Inclusion" mission.
More than 80 athletes played, being split up into six teams. Kay noted that however these teams were split up, "the results were lopsided: A single team, Pink, ended up stacked with physically imposing biological men (i.e., trans women). And by no coincidence, that team also went on to become tournament champion."
"There [was] just an enormous difference in size between the two teams—height, weight, shoulder width, muscles—the differences were plain to even a child," one rink-side source describing the final match between Team Pink and Team Black told Kay.
Four players on Team Pink, #1, #9, #42, and #90, stood staggeringly taller than members of Team Black. Team Pink would eventually go on to win the tournament.
"I don’t know how the teams were made," that aforementioned rink-side source told Kay. "But any [fan] could see that this couldn’t possibly be fair, and that someone could get hurt—and someone did."
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