Published: 01 January 1993
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Previous studies concerning ice-hockey-related injuries have identified various patterns of injury including mechanism and anatomic site. Few studies have dealt with the correlation between injury and geographic location on the ice surface. A three-year retrospective analysis of data collected by the Injury Report System identifies injury patterns by zone and involvement of the physical facility.
ice hockey, rink-related, zone identification
Sport Medicine Co-ordinator, International Hockey Centre of Excellence, Olympic Saddledome, Calgary, Alberta