The Toronto Globe and Mail recently ran a story on Robert Frid. Frid fought hundreds of times over three years of junior hockey and eight seasons in the minor leagues. He’s had at least 75 concussions and was knocked unconscious many times. Declared permanently disabled in his 30s, Frid, now 41, doesn’t think he has much time left. The misery he endured in his hockey career raises a very simple question: Isn’t it well past time for professional hockey at all levels to ban fighting?