Intentional versus unintentional contact as a mechanism of injury in youth ice hockey.

@article{Darling2011IntentionalVU,
  title={Intentional versus unintentional contact as a mechanism of injury in youth ice hockey.},
  author={Scott R Darling and Douglas E Schaubel and John G. Baker and John Leddy and Leslie John Bisson and Barry Willer},
  journal={British journal of sports medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={45 6},
  pages={492-7}
}
BACKGROUND Youth ice hockey injury rates and mechanisms have been described by various classification systems. Intentional versus unintentional contact was used to classify mechanisms of injuries. All injuries (n=247) in one youth hockey programme over a 5-year period were recorded and included in the analysis. PURPOSE To evaluate youth ice hockey injuries and compare programmes that allow body checking versus programmes that do not allow body checking. A primary goal was to determine whether… CONTINUE READING

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