You helped a hockey scout realize his wildest dream
An avid runner and sports enthusiast, longtime hockey coach and professional scout Brent McEwen developed arthritis in his 50s. The pain became so bad, he and his specialist, Dr. Tousief Hussain, decided he should have hip replaced.
Saskatoon City Hospital’s well-established role as an orthopedic and surgical hospital meant things went better than expected. In May, 2014, Brent spent three nights in hospital and only needed physiotherapy twice. Less than three weeks later, he was able to return to his job with the Los Angeles Kings when the team won their first Stanley Cup!