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    Safety in Ice Hockey: Fourth Volume

    Ashare AB, Pearsall DJ
    Published: 2004

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    The latest volume in this ongoing series enhances your understanding of both the injuries incurred in the game of ice hockey and the techniques used to decrease the risk of these injuries.

    Twenty-three peer-reviewed papers address a diverse range of topics from the fields of sports science, sports medicine, athletic training, biomechanics, risk factor management, epidemiology, sports psychology, injury surveillance, sports equipment, physical conditioning, behavioral factors in sports, as well as case reports from individuals associated with national sports governing bodies, playing facilities, officiating, and playing rules.

    Equally important, this new publication also discusses strategies of prevention, including protective equipment; different approaches to managing the conduct of players, coaches and parents, and better implementation of training and conditioning.

    Four sections cover:
    • Measures of Injury
    • Head Protection and Concussions
    • Sportsmanship and Social Issues
    • Training and Performance Management

    This volume is a valuable resource for hockey equipment manufacturers, biomechanical engineers, hockey coaches and administrators, sports medicine physicians, and athletic trainers.

    Table of Contents

    Injuries in Women's Recreational Ice Hockey: Outcome and Follow-up

    Coaches' Perceptions of Aggression in Elite Women's Ice Hockey

    Intimidation in Ice Hockey: An Exploratory Assessment

    Epidemiology of NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Injuries

    The Power of the Denominator: A Proposal for More Comprehensive Modeling of Risk Factors in Ice Hockey Injuries

    A Review of Ice Hockey Injuries: Location, Diagnosis, Mechanism

    Measuring the Effects of Initiating Body Checking at the Atom Age Level

    Adherence to Return-to-Play Guidelines Following a Sport-Induced Concussion

    Minor Traumatic Brain Injury “mTBI” in Ice Hockey and Other Contact Sports: Injury Mechanisms at the Macro and Histological Levels and Prevention Strategies

    Perceptions of Equipment on On-Ice Attitudes and Performances of Hockey Players

    Rediscovering Youth Sportsmanship

    Structuring the Ice Hockey Environment to Promote Development of Positive Values

    The Values of Coaches and Players About Rule Infractions, Violence, and Ethics

    Communities of Practice as an Approach to Foster Ice Hockey Coach Development

    Body Checking and Serious Injury in Ice Hockey: A Technical and Behavioral Assessment

    Responsibilities, and Liabilities for Coaches, Officials, and Leagues with Respect to Safety in Ice Hockey

    The Effects of an Upper-Body Plyometrics Program on Male University Hockey Players

    Creatine Supplementation in Ice Hockey: A Review of Applicability and Safety

    Does a Bimolar Mouthguard Alter Ventilation of Hockey Players?

    Psychophysiologic Factors and Performance in Ice Hockey Goalies During Competition

    Comparison of Ice Versus Treadmill Skating — Plantar Force Distribution Patterns

    The Biomechanical Characteristics of Development-Age Hockey Players: Determining the Effects of Body Size on the Assessment of Skating Technique

    Task Analysis (Hitting, Shooting, Passing, and Skating) of Professional Hockey Players

    Committee: F08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1446-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5493-3

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-3473-7