Daybreak South | May 23, 2013 | 5:08

Body checking could soon be out of hockey for kids

A nationwide ban on body-checking for hockey players under 13 could soon be a reality in Canada. Hundreds of delegates are in Charlottetown for Hockey Canada's annual general meeting.Dan Pollard is with C-B-C Sports and a Hockey Association president.

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