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Hockey Safety Issue: School Of Hard Knocks
Women’s Collegiate Programs Deal With Issue Of Concussions
Over the course of a decade as the women’s hockey coach for his alma mater, the University of Wisconsin’s Mark Johnson has coaxed a quartet of national championships out of his...
Friday, November 7, 2014 - 11:41
Hockey Safety Issue: Playing It Safe
When It Comes To Safety, It’s Everyone’s Job To Protect Our Kids
They pop out of the locker room, covered from head to toe in plastic shells and protective padding, fierce looking little gladiators ready for battle. Underneath all that armor, it’s hard to...
Friday, November 7, 2014 - 11:19
Protecting Kids From Things That Go Bump On The Ice: Safety in Hockey
Creating The Proper Playing Environment Helps Make Hockey Among The Safest Youth Sports
While all youth sports carry a risk of injury, statistics show that youth hockey remains one of the safest sports. On any given night, at kitchen tables and dining rooms around the United States,...
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - 13:03
From the Ground Up
Proof Is In The Play
What’s The Rush?
The Social Side of Ice
First Liners: Rigsby Making The Most Of A Golden Opportunity
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What hockey skill did you work on most this summer?:
Shooting. Swinging all those golf clubs and baseball bats had to of helped!
Passing and teamwork. Playing with my friends all summer we really got that one down.
Speed. Rollerblading helped out a ton!
I just had fun all summer. That's an important skill in hockey anway though right?
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