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An ice hockey puck can travel as fast as 120 mph and has the force of about 1250 lbs.

Ice hockey is one of the most dangerous sports in line with football. The risks and injuries involved with playing the sport is often unrecognized.

In this story we take a look into several Costa students who devote their time to playing hockey while facing the dangers that come along.

Training for this sport is closely examined and outlined by the American Development Model of hockey. To look at the standards, visit this site.

Reporter: Quinn Gardner

Photographer: Aili David

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