Below are the replies I had to the full reference details of the article below

Lafontaine, D., Lamontagne, M. and Lockwood, K. (1998). Time-motion analysis of ice-hockey skills during games. In ISBS 98: XVI International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports (edited. Konstanz, Germany: International Society for Biomechanics of Sports.

Thanks to Adrian Smith, Ian Shrier, Matilde (surname unknown sorry), Danny Lafontaine and John Barden for their assistance




Past Symposia:

Links to

E-mail: ISBS98@uni-konstanz.de

There seem to have been 2 volumes of "Proceedings" and one of



A colleague had a publication in the same journal. The full reference is In Riehle H.J. et Vieten M.M. (Ed) ISBS, UVK Konstanz:Universitätsverlag Konstanz GmbH Press,

He suggested you contact Mario Lamontagne in Ottawa for more details.

Ian Shrier



ISBS 1998, XVI International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports
Proceedings I, Hartmut J. Riehle, Manfred M. Vieten (editors),
University of Konstanz, Department of Sport Science, Germany.
UVK - Universit*tsverlag Konstanz GmbH,
ISBN: 3-87940-648-0

Time-motion analysis of ice-Hochey skills during games,
Lafontaine, Lamontagne, Lockwood

p. 481-484



Hi Justin,
I was forwarded your message by professor Lamontagne.

Here's the full information on the paper that you want to refer to:

Lafontaine, D., Lamontagne, M & Lockwood, K. (1998). Time-Motion Analysis of Ice-Hockey Skills During Games. in Riehle, H.J. & Vieten, M. (Eds.), Proceedings I, 16th International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports, Konstanz, Germany, UVK, pp. 481-484.

I'm hoping that the reference is a positive one ;-), do not hesistate to contact me if you have any questions.

Hi Justin:

I know two of the authors so I should be able to help you out. Kelly
Lockwood is at Brock University (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada) and
Mario Lamontagne is at the University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Ontario,
Canada). I don't know Mario's e-mail (I'm sure you can find it
somewhere on the Ottawa U. website) but Kelly's is:


Hope that helps. Good luck.


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