Fair-play incentives, in the form of bonus points for staying under penalty, limits, made a Minnesota ice hockey tournament safer and could help reduce injuries at all levels of play.

A fair-play/regular-play experiment was conducted during the 1994 Junior Gold ice hockey tournament, a three-day, 31-game community-organized event. Subjects were 273 male players, all high-schoolers younger than 20.

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