RESEARCH ARTICLES

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Lockwood, K. & Frost, G. (2010). When metal meets ice: potential for performance or injury. In Safety in Ice Hockey Fifth Volume, ASTM STP 1516, R.M. Greenwald, A.B. Ashare, Editors, American Society for Testing and Materials.

Lockwood, K.L., & Frost, G. (2007). Habituation of 10-year-old Atom A hockey players to treadmill skating. Sport Biomechanics, 6(2), 143-152.

Montgomery, D. (2006). (Edited & Submitted by K.L. Lockwood). Physiological Profile of Professional Hockey Players - A Longitudinal Comparison. Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism (CJAP) Formerly Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology.

Lockwood, K.L., (2005). (In Press). Preception of performance as a function of blade contouring in female varsity ice hockey players. The Sport Journal.

Morrison, P., Pearsall, D.J., Turcotte, R.A. & Lockwood, K.L & Montgomery, D. (2005). Skate blade hollow and oxygen consumption during forward skating of female hockey players. Journal of Sport Engineering, 8, 91-97.

Lockwood, K.L., & Brophey, P. (2004). The Effect of a Plyometric Program Intervention on Skating Speed in Junior Hockey Players. The Sport Journal, 7 (3): Summer-Fall 2004.

Allin, T. & Lockwood, K.L. (2004). Validation of a skating treadmill protocol for assessing maximal oxygen uptake in varsity hockey players. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology, 29, S34.

Pederson, S. & Lockwood, K.L. (2004). Validation of a skating treadmill protocol for assessing anaerobic capacity in varsity hockey players. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology, 29, S71.

Lockwood, K.L. & Winchester, A. (2004). When metal meets ice; What do we know about skate sharpening. Coaches Report, 10(4); 21-25.

Lockwood, K.L., & Winchester, A. Eight week expression of anaerobic power using a skating treadmill. Submitted to Journal of Sport Sciences.

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