The first book published on the historical and scientific aspects of safety in the sport of ice hockey. Contains 25 papers covering: injury rates in amateur, college, and professional hockey; risk factors, game rules and officiating; playing equipment, skates, sticks, protective types; playing facilities (indoor and outdoor) causative factors in catastrophic injuries; the role of standards in protective equipment for the head and face, and for skate blades and their effectiveness.
Castaldi C., Hoerner E.
Injury Rates in Amateur, College, and Professional Hockey
Bernard J., Castaldi C., Sparacio L., Wood A.
Assumption of Risk—Hockey Injuries
Abraham C., Newman M., Pugh J., Shulman S.
The Ice Hockey Face Guard: Health Care Costs and Ethics
Bentkover J., Kalin J., Sullivan R., Vinger P.
Cervical Spine Fractures: Mechanisms, Neck Loads, and Methods of Prevention
Bishop P., Wells R.
Effects of Body-Checking in the Pee-Wee (12 and 13 Years Old) Division in the Province of Quebec
Bernard D., Boileau R., Boulanger D., Desharnais R., Larouche R., Marcotte G., Régnier G., Roy M., Trudel P.
Development of a Knee Injury Protective Brace for Ice Hockey Players
Johnson G., Odelgard B., Tegner Y.
Kinematic Analysis of the Talocrural and Subtalar Joints During the Hockey Skating Stride
Hall K., Hoshizaki T., Kirchner G.
Research and Development of Hockey Protective Equipment—A Historical Perspective
Clement L., Jones D.
Design of Hockey Rinks and the Development of Standards
Keating M., Norris R.
Natural Ice Facilities
Impact of Full Face and Visor Type Hockey Face Guards
Bishop P., Smith T.
Paper ID: STP1050-EB