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Men's and Women's Ice Hockey
Transcript of Men's and Women's Ice Hockey
Handbook (22 ed.). Indianapolis, IN: The National
Collegiate Athletic Association. Other Protective Equipment -Shoulder Pads, Shin Pads, Elbow Pads,
Hip Pads (Padded Hockey Pants)
-Pelvic Protector Goalies: Leg Pads, Blocker, Catch Glove, Chest and Arm Pads * "Noninjurious" protective equipment must be used
No metal equipment
No jewelry (except those that are for religious or medical purposes, in which case they are to be taped to the body) -If a player's helmet becomes displaced during a game, there is to be an immediate whistle.
-The ref is to conduct an inspection of the goaltender's throat strap before the start of the game.
-All edges of a stick blade are to be beveled. If a stick is broken during a game the player must immediately drop it. Sticks must always be kept down. Hillman, S.K. (2012). Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy. Champaign, Il:
Human Kinetics, Inc. PENALTY—Players shall not be permitted to participate in the warm-up and game until [hazardous] equipment has been corrected or removed. Halpin, Ty. (2012). 2012-14 NCAA Men's and Women's Ice
Hockey Rules and Interpretations. Indianapolis, IN: The
National Collegiate Athletic Association. -High speed
-Contact/ Collision Sport High Stick Penalty Rules Pertaining to Injury Minimization Rule 42 Boarding- A player shall not body check, cross-check, elbow, charge or trip an opponent from the front or side in such a manner that causes the opponent to be thrown violently into the boards
Rule 43 Charging -A player shall not skate more than two strides and jump into or charge an opponent.
Rule 44 Clipping - A player shall not deliver a check at or below the opponent’s knees.
Rule 45 Contact to the Head - A player shall not make direct contact from any direction with an opposing player’s head or neck area in any manner(including, but not limited to, with the shoulder, stick, elbow, etc.).
Rule 46 Elbowing - A player shall not use the elbow in such a manner as to foul an opponent.
Rule 47 Face Masks - A player shall not intentionally place or push with the open hand on the face mask.
Rule 48 Fighting or Punching - A player shall not fight an opponent or participate in a fight
Rule 49 Head-Butting - A player shall not head-butt an opponent with the face mask or helmet.
Rule 50 Hitting From Behind - A player shall not push, charge, cross-check orbody check an opponent from behind in open ice.
Rule 53 Roughing - A player shall not push or shove an opponent with unnecessary force.
Rule 58 Hooking - A player shall not impede the progress of an opponent by hooking with the stick or by using the stick in a reverse position to obtain the puck or prevent the opponent from playing the puck.
Rule 61 Tripping - A player shall not place the stick or any part of the body in such a manner that causes an opposing player to trip or fall.
Rule 63 Cross-Checking - A player shall not cross-check an opponent. A cross check is a check delivered by extending the arms with both hands on the stick and making contact with the opponent.
Rule 64 High-Sticking - Carrying sticks above the height of 4 feet (the height of the goal cage) is prohibited.
Rule 65 Slashing - A player shall not slash an opponent with the stick.
Rule 66 Spearing - A player shall not spear an opponent. Stabbing an opponent with the point of the stick blade while the stick is being carried with one or both hands. -est. 15% hockey players are injured during the season
-injured players spend est. 11% of season playing less than full potential *impact testing Injury Incidence Rates
(Men) Agel, J., Dompier, T., Dick, R., Marshall, S. (2007). Descriptive Epidemiology of
Collegiate Men's Ice Hockey Injuries: National Collegiate Athletic Association
Injury Surveillance System, 1988-1989 Through 2003-2004. Journal of Athletic Training, 42, 241-248. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1941284/ Agel, J., Dompier, T., Dick, R., Marshall, S., Nelson, B. (2007). Descriptive Epidemiology of Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey
Injuries: National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance System, 2000-2001 Through 2003-2004. Journal of Athletic Training, 42, 249-54. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17710173 *Percentage of Game and Practice Injuries by Major Body Part, Men's Ice Hockey, 1988–1989 Through 2003–2004 Sport-specific game injury mechanisms, men's ice hockey, 1988–1989 through 2003–2004 (n = 4673). Injury mechanism was not available for all injuries Common Injuries Concussions
(Men) * Meniscal, ACL, and MCL Tears
*Ankle Ligament Tears
*UCL tears Injury Incidence Rates
(Women) Deuces. *PPE, Warm Up/ Cool Down, Nutrition/ Hydration, Taping, Rehab