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'Body Checking' Not to Blame for Most Ice Hockey Injuries by Medline Plus Posted Thu 05 Aug 2010 6:00am The majority of youth players are not hurt intentionally, researchers say By Robert Preidt Thursday, August 5, 2010 THURSDAY, August 5 (HealthDay News) -- When an ice hockey player slams an opponent against the board it may get the crowd's attention, but most injuries in youth hockey are caused ... Read on »
Breast cancer and Hockey by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:53pm The Rochester Edge Hockey Program has been chosen to host the USA Hockey Girl’s and Women’s National Championships in March/April 2009 at ESL Sports Centre. The upcoming season is dedicated to raising funds and awareness about breast cancer in honor of local hockey pioneer, Megan Mackenzie. Our goal is to raise $100,000 to support the research, ... Read on »
Field Hockey 2009 by Tara M. Patient Expert Posted Thu 20 Aug 2009 10:06pm The field hockey season has begun, and this season there is a new Hintz out on the playing field. Emma Sage is going into second grade this year, and is now 'Officially' our newest player. Even though the kid has had a stick since she was a baby [I have to go find it and take a picture of it, but it is the cutest darn thing ever...so small] El ... Read on »
Acceleration Training by HealthyKids .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm JACK, ACCELERATION TRAINING STUDENT: I'd hope to go pretty far, maybe even play college. But of course I'd like a shot at the NHL. ANNOUNCER: When it comes to hockey, Jack is dreaming big. But he's also training hard. JACK, ACCELERATION TRAINING STUDENT: When you go up on the treadmill and you go on like 16 miles and hour, 17 miles an hour, ... Read on »
She shoots, she scores! by Louise Posted Wed 11 May 2011 3:23pm I received this moving story from David and Carol Fisher who run a hockey team in Peterborough, Ont. for players with physical, emotional or neurodevelopmental challenges. David and Carol have two adopted sons with disabilities and their eldest daughter, who has cerebral pal ... Read on »
Minneapolis Marathon- When the body doesn't cooperate by marathonmom Posted Sun 03 Jun 2012 5:06pm After changing to the half last weekend due to hot, humid weather we decided to run this marathon instead, I was hoping to redeem myself and start my comeback. Last year I ran this race with a 2nd place AG finish and 7th woman, completely unexpected but something I was hoping to repeat. This wasn't close to being the race I had today. This was on ... Read on »
when the squad was okay to their own end structure by jerseyslc Posted Sat 29 Sep 2012 8:06am when the squad was okay to their own end structure   When the squad was okay to their own end structure when the squad was okay to their own end structure he went 0-2 with a save, two blown saves, a 19.50 ERA and.452 opponents' average over his final seven outings. (AP) Suspended NASCAR driver AJ Allmendinger said http://www.nikeunif ... Read on »
when the squad was okay to their own end structure by airmaxip Posted Sat 13 Oct 2012 2:33am when the squad was okay to their own end structure   When the squad was okay to their own end structure when the squad was okay to their own end structure he went 0-2 with a save, two blown saves, a 19.50 ERA and.452 opponents' average over his final seven outings. (AP) Suspended NASCAR Cheap NFL Jerseys driver customized jersey AJ ... Read on »
USA Hockey uses cognitive training to enhance pattern recognition, game-intelligence by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 23 Dec 2013 10:23am Asteroids on Ice: Video Game Helps Young Players Develop Skills (New York Times): “Could a desktop computer game be what makes the young Americans so good?… “Work the brain; the science is there,” said Danton Cole, in his fourth season as the coach of USA Hockey’s U-18 team…For the past five seasons, USA Hockey has used IntelliGym, an ... Read on »
Announcement: USA Hockey takes gold at Brain Fitness Innovation Awards, Allstate & Nationwide Mutual Insurance runners-up by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 24 May 2010 12:59pm Please join us in congratulating USA Hockey, Allstate, and Nationwide, for reaching the podium of the 2010 Brain Fitness Innovation Awards, unveiled today. The podium’s top position went to USA Hockey National Team Development Program (NTDP), a full-time development program aimed at preparing student-athletes for participation on the US N ... Read on »