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Dreger, R., and Quinney, H. (1999). Development of hockey-specific, skate treadmill VO2max protocol. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology, 24, 559-569.

Hinriches, J. EMG activity of ice skating and treadmill skating in hockey players. Unpublished Thesis, St. Cloud State University (USA), 1994.

Nobes, K., Montgomery, D., Pearsall, D., Turcotte, R., Lefebvre, R., and Whittom, F. (2003). A Comparison of skating economy on ice and on the skating treadmill. Canadian Journal of Physiology, 28, 1-11.

Turcotte, R.A., Pearsall, D.J., Montgomery, D.L., Lefebvre, R., Ofir, D.., and Loh, J. (2004). Comparison of ice versus treadmill skating - plantar force distribution patterns. D.J. Pearsall and A.B. Ashare (Eds.), Safety in Ice Hockey: Fourth Volume (pp. 265-271). ASTM International, West Conshokocken, PA.

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