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Ice Hockey Injuries

Michael J. Stuart MD

USA Hockey Chief Medical Officer

Safety and Protective Equipment Committee

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ICE HOCKEY INJURIES

“a finesse sport that requires dexterity, speed and power”

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ICE HOCKEY INJURIES

“a violent sport played with clubs, a bullet, and knives”

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1.Have Fun

2.Play Hard

3.Play Smart

4.Play Fair

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1.Have Fun

2.Play Hard

3.Play Smart

4.Play Fair

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1.Have Fun

2.Play Hard

3.Play Smart

4.Play Fair

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1.Have Fun

2.Play Hard

3.Play Smart

4.Play Fair

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NEVER !

X Deliver a hit to the head

X Check from behind

X Use your stick as a weapon

X Leave your feet to give a check

X Drop your head near the boards

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INJURY RISK

nlevel of participation

ngame versus practice exposure

n protective equipment

n player position

n violent behavior

n personal susceptibility

(pre-existing injury and style of play)

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INJURY RISK

n Risk of injury in games increases with each higher level of participation.

Division Injuries per 1,000 hours

Mite* (n=2) 0.8

Squirt (n=10) 0.6

Peewee (n=44) 3.8

Bantam (n=32) 3.0

High School# (n=9) 9.3

Junior A 96.1

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INJURY RISK

“Injuries in Junior A Ice Hockey.

A Three-Year Prospective Study”

n Game injury rate of 96.1 per 1000 player game-hours

n Players were ??? more likely to be injured in a game as compared to a practice.

Stuart MJ & Smith AM, AJSM 1995

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INJURY RISK

“Injuries in Junior A Ice Hockey.

A Three-Year Prospective Study”

n Game injury rate of 96.1 per 1000 player game-hours

n Players were 25x more likely to be injured in a game as compared to a practice.

Stuart MJ & Smith AM, AJSM 1995

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INJURY RISK

3 body mass

3 strength

3 speed

3 size variation

3 intensity of competition

3 violent attitudes

3 illegal activities

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INJURY RISK

Prevention is the Key

3 Preseason screening examination

3 Sports-specific conditioning

3 Focused stretching & strength

training programs

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INJURY RISK

3 enforcement of existing rules

3 sportsmanship & mutual respect

3 body contact & body control skills

3 post-injury evaluation

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INJURY RISK

3 full facial protection

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3 improvement in equipment

3 rink modifications

lincreased ice surface size

l force-dissipating boards

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