Hockey is a rough sport, but it's proving to be an effective form of therapy for some recent amputees who grew up playing the game. Hockey therapy started in Russia, with soldiers who lost limbs in wars in Afghanistan and Chechnya. Now it's taking hold in Canada and the U.S. Teams of amputee players will compete in a tournament this weekend in support of a ban on landmines. Brian Mann of North Country Public Radio reports.
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