Yes, I'm sure many, even most, heard of the incident between the Calgary Flames' Dennis Wideman and his crushing hit on NHL linesman Dan Henderson. The resulting hit left Henderson with ruptured disks in his neck and required surgery. Now, there are fears that Henderson's career might be done after this, and that is not shocking. What was outrageous to many people was Wideman was originally suspended 20 games, served all but 1 game of it before an arbitrator halved the suspension, which IMO is complete BS because Wideman had enough time and distance to control his own momentum and not cause that horrific hit. I haven't seen him enough to call him a 'dirty' player, but this was unquestionably a dirty hit. I want to know...if Dan Henderson is forced to retire after the surgery and all, should Dennis Wideman's career be over, too? I'd like to think so...and that's not even considering the civil suits that I'm sure will be filed.