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  1. I also have a Tickr (as well as other ANT+ HR straps that I could choose from). I take it the extra step and where my Forerunner 920XT so I can can hit lap when I start/stop a shift, and also wear a Moxy Sensor so I can get SMO2 an Thb. Why? Because I have it (for cycling and running) so why not use it :) As Krisdrum mentioned, and I can attest to as well, a game of Hockey matches up pretty closely with a 1 hour high intensity bike race, or interval workout. I have a workout I do that is 3x8, 50 seconds on 50 seconds off and if I look at a graph of that compared to a graph of a game of hockey, it's pretty similar. I look at how much I recover between shifts, and how fast I recover. The numbers, again are very similar to what they are when I do the bike workout I described above. It's fun to look at the data, but I haven't really learned something that I can take action on. During a game if I'm feeling a little run down or not I can glance at the numbers and they usually tell me to just HTFU. I wish there was a way to get power or even accurate speed just to see if you could quantify improvement over time. I think as is you'd have to do some type of hard, repeatable skating effort for time and then look at that result in conjunction with the HR data.
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