STP Published: 1989

Safety in Ice Hockey

Editor(s): C. R. Castaldi, Earl F. Hoerner

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.

Table of Contents

CR Castaldi, EF Hoerner

KS Clarke

CR Castaldi, L Sparacio, AS Wood, J Bernard

T Pashby

M Rudolph

R Parayre

CJ Abraham, M Newman, S Shulman, J Pugh

FA Mastrangelo

S Walsh

PF Vinger, JD Bentkover, R Sullivan, JG Kalin

G Régnier

PJ Bishop, RP Wells

G Régnier, R Boileau, G Marcotte, R Desharnais, R Larouche, D Bernard, M-A Roy, P Trudel, D Boulanger

Y Tegner, B Odelgard, G Johnson

G Couture

TB Hoshizaki, G Kirchner, K Hall

EF Hoerner

EF Hoerner

L Clement, D Jones

M Keating, R Norris

AH Mittelstaedt

JL Dixon

B Odelgard

TA Smith, PJ Bishop

GI Johnson

CA Morehouse

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Developed by Committee: F08
Pages: 285
DOI: 10.1520/STP1050-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5101-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1274-2