Player-Skates, Shin pads, can, socks, shoulder pads, hockey pants, elbow pads, jersey, helmet, gloves, stick. Some people also wear visor or cage on their helmets by choice or by league rules. Some also where a neck guard, after a guy in the NHL (cant rmmbr his name) got his throat cut open by a skate (he did live).
Goalie-Goalie skates (most goalies wear these, but in pond hockey, shinny hockey, or fun hockey you will find some that wear regular skates), goalie pads, socks, goalie can, hockey pants (goalie type), monkey suite (also known as a chest protector or other names), jersey, gloves (one blocker, one catcher), goalie helmet. Some goalies also wear a goalie neck guard, which is a curved plastic shield that hangs in front of their neck from their helmet.
To play floor hockey, one would need a lightweight plastic ball, or a heavier ball. Sometimes a normal hockey stick, field hockey or bandy sticks are required.
Skates, socks, hockey socks (a.k.a. legwarmers XD), jocks, knee pads, hockey pants, jersey, neck guard, helmet, mouthguard, chest protector, and elbow pads are needed in hockey, but more equipment is needed for goalies.
Hockey ball, Hockey stick, shin pads and clothing
Canada for the country the crated hockey
There are not many pieces of equipment that is needed to play street soccer. All that is needed is a ball, space to play and people to play with. Goals are nice but there can be homemade ones.
well if you want to play underwater hockey you go to your nearest underwater hockey shop and buy the latest equipment including i stick a helmet, gloves and some togz.
you dont PLAY boxing.
The equipment you need to play are a hoop, a ball, and some team members.
YES it is the most important part of the equipment
When you play hockey, you sweat. Your sweat is getting absorbed by your equipment and does so the entire game, even when it's just sitting. The smell is dried up, old sweat.Couple of solutions are hang it up after you play regularly or get it cleaned by a hockey shop.
Yes, all forms of hockey use a stick.A hockey stick is a piece of equipment used in field hockey, ice hockey or roller hockey to move the ball or puck.
$700-$1000 plus the equipment
There are not many pieces of equipment that are needed to play baseball such as a glove. You will also need a bat to play baseball.
There are a number of stores that sell RBK hockey equipment. These include the official Reebok Hockey store, Hockey Giant, Hockey Monkey and CCM Hockey.
To play full contact ice hockey you need the following equipment; skates, shin-guards, hockey pants, an athletic cup, hockey shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey gloves (and sometimes wrist guards), a helmet with or without a full cage or shield, and a mouth guard.
Stick (always needed!), gum shield, and shin pads are all generally necessary for competitive play. A good pair of protective trainers are also a good idea.
You will a ball, goalposts, boots, a kit, and somewhere to play
AnswerA net, volleyball, ref and players are needed to play volleyball.
To start a hockey team you will need: A helmet (with a cage if playing Junior), neck guard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, a jersey, jock or Jill (gender dependent), hockey pants, gloves, hockey stick, shin guards, skates, hockey socks, oh and a couple hundred bucks! *this is the equipment needed for Alberta minor hockey* hope it helps! :D
One can find out about ice hockey equipment on the website Wikipedia. There is also a great article on ice hockey and the equipment that is used on the official Olympics website.
the same equipment used in any hockey: helmet, gloves, shin pads, elbow pads, skates, stick, shoulder pads, and pants.
none at all! no training needed! just grab a stick and play! (no fat chicks)
You have to use a cup, long johns, a bra, and baking gloves
skating skills, quickness, hand, eye coordination
you can play floor hockey, roller hockey, or field hockey