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    Canadian Guideline on Cuncussion in Sport
    This guideline covers pre-season education and the recognition, medical diagnosis, and management of athletes who sustain a suspected concussion during a sport activity. It aims to ensure that athletes with a suspected concussion receive timely and appropriate care, and proper management to allow them to return to their sport.
     
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    Concussion Recognition Tool
    To help identify concussion in children, adolescents and adults.
     
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    Dynamic Warm-up for Goaltenders (12+ year olds)
    We all know that goalies are a breed of their own, so we need to prepare them for games with a special warm-up. Have them participate in the full team warm-up have them complete some specific drills that will help their preparation. Here are 4 reasons why you should always warm-up.
     
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    Dynamic Warm-up for Players (7-11 year olds)
    Yes our players are young, very young in fact, but they can still injure themselves if they do not follow a proper hockey specific dynamic warm-up prior to stepping on the ice before a game. Use some of these exercises to create your own unique warm-up! Here are 4 reasons why you should always warm-up.
     
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    Dynamic Warm-up for Players (12+ year olds)
    Gone are the days of stepping onto the ice cold for games. Players need to be loose from a hockey specific dynamic warm-up prior to getting their gear on. Grab some of these great exercises and create your own unique warm-up! Here are 4 reasons why you should always warm-up.
     
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    Emergency Action Plan
    The coach, manager and hockey trainer should initiate a meeting at the beginning of the season to ensure they have the volunteers required for their Emergency Action Plan.
     
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    Hockey Canada - Injury Report
    Forms must be filled out in full or form will be returned. This form must be completed for each case where an injury is sustained by a player, spectator or any other person at a sanctioned hockey activity.
     
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    Hockey Canada - Off-Ice Manual
    This manual is designed to introduce a basic but important understanding of warmup, stretching, plyometrics, balance and coordination, off-ice stickhandling, nutrition, hydration and skill development during the off-season of hockey.
     
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    HTCP Online Injury Data Collection
    The data compiled from this information is designed to provide organized hockey in Ontario with critical statistical information on hockey injuries. This form should be completed each time: - A player is removed from play for the remainder of a period or game due to an injury sustained while playing hockeyl (Example: A player injured in the first period, but who returns to play in the second or third period would have a form filled out for them). - A player is injured during a practice, whether on or off the ice. - A player is forced to leave play for an unknown health reason. To be completed in full by team trainer or other team official.
     
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    Medical Information Sheet
    To be completed by parents and stored in your medical bag.
     
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    Player/Team Injury Log
    Use this log to record; • A player is removed for the remainder of the game due to an injury sustained during play. • A player is injured during a practice whether on or off ice. • A player is forced to leave a game or practice for unknown medical reasons. • A player is injured during a hockey related event. If an injury requires medical referral and/or hospitalization, complete and submit a Hockey Canada Injury Report.
     
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    Respect in Sport - Activity Leader
    This program applies to leaders of youth in virtually any activity. i.e. Coaches and Trainers.
     
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    Return to Play Form
    This form is completed when a player is injured or has concussion like symptoms. When the form is complete it is handed to the Team Trainer, the Team Trainers submits it to the Director - Risk Management for storage.
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