I would strongly recommend using hockey pants, elbow pads, and shoulder pads for hockey. Ice Hockey puck weighs more than twice the weight of an inline hockey puck and it can do damage if your not protected. Falling down on ice is not so nice either.
It depends what your playing; completive ice hockey get all the protection you can, rec-league hockey its not as important.
Other than the things above most other equipment is good to use like gloves, shin pads, and helmet.
There is no difference i have friends that play Inline Hockey and Ice Hockey and they use the same girdles. -- Inline Hockey girdles are supposed to be worn under pants, so often the surrounding nylon is not much robust, and they are tighter to the body.
I play hockey on my inline skates at my local park usually on one half of a tennis court which is a great substitute for ice. Can't use a puck tho, I use a tennis ball but you can buy roller hockey balls. Or in any 5 a side football/basketball cage like park play area. Anywhere smooth and flat and with a dry surface for inline/roller skating is a good outdoor substitute for hockey mate.
a hockey stick a puck
No. Ice Hockey is meant to be played with wooden or aluminum blades.
Get an ice hockey stick then use it then go to the ice rink and walk over the puck and it hits it
they didn't. They had to make on ice calls
A hockey stick is required either way, but the type will affect whether you use a ball on a field or a puck on some ice.
OLD hockey or Ice hockey is a team sport played on ice in which skaters use sticks to shoot a hard rubber hockey puck into their opponent's net to score points. In some countries, such as Canada, the United States and those of Europe like Sweden among others, it is known as "hockey"; the name "ice hockey" is used in countries where "hockey" generally refers to field hockey.
No Australian born and trained player has ever made it to the NHL. I suggest you use a search engine such as Google and check out the Australian Ice Hockey Federation for information on Australian hockey.
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