There are some teams that are more likely to have mental health problems than others.
The New York Islanders are at the top of the list, with six players with a history of mental health or substance abuse issues.
They have two players with at least five reported mental health disorders in the last five years.
The Washington Capitals have five players with multiple mental health incidents in the past five years, and they’re ranked second among the league’s 30 teams.
The Philadelphia Flyers have seven players with two or more mental health cases in the previous five years and they are fifth among the 30 teams, behind only the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Carolina Hurricanes.
The Carolina Hurricanes are ranked third among the NHL’s 30 franchises.
The list is compiled from a variety of sources, including media reports and the player’s own testimony.
In the past, the NHL has used data from the NHL Players’ Association to determine the number of mental-health incidents per team.
In 2014, the league changed that formula to include data from an annual study by the National Center for Health Statistics.
The league said it has not revised the study since then.
For now, we have to take into account the fact that mental-illness incidents are not tracked separately for each team.
So if a player has two or three mental health concerns, the next time a player is assessed by the league, he’ll be placed on a waiting list to get diagnosed.
In other words, we may not know what percentage of players have mental illness until the day after the season is over.