Ice hockey is played on a large sheet of ice. Usually about 200 feet long and 75-100 feet wide.
ringette ... usually played by girls
Hockey season usually starts before august or during, and ends before or during spring but you can continue and play spring hockey.
Hockey is played on ice and volleyball is not. Hockey is played with a puck and volleyball is played with a ball.
Outdoors, usually on a lawn. The word comes from the French for hockey stick.
# Field Hockey # Indoor Hockey - Field Hockey Indoors # Mini Hockey - Field Hockey with a minimum of 5 players on each team including Goalkeeper. # Ice hockey # Inline hockey (Single Bladed Weels) # Roller Hockey (Quad Wheels) # Street hockey - (played the same as ice hockey with the same gear (excluding inline skates) but usually on a street or other paved area [not recommended to play in traffic]) # Unicycle Hockey # UniHoc - Played with plastic sticks (both sides flat) and plastic hollow ball as an introduction to hockey also known as FloorBall or Floor Hockey # Bandy - in some ways field hockey on ice # PowerHockey - a form of hockey played in electric wheelchairs for disabled people # Underwater Hockey # Shinty - Scottish from of hockey played in the highlands # Hurling or Camogie - there are some resembalance to Hockey
Field Hockey, at the higher levels is normally played on a turf field. High schools normally will play on grass.
Ice Hockey is Hockey played on ice; as compared to Field Hockey which is played on grass.
Ice hockey has to do with winter sports, since it requires ice. Also, since ice hockey is usually played in winter, not summer, it would fit better in winter sports than in summer sports.
Hockey is mostly played in Canada
Ice hockey rules are usually USA Hockey for amateur games - the pros usually have a rulebook specific to the league they officiate.
This is a present perfect question.I have played hockey. Have you ever played hockey?
You can call it land hockey or just hockey
Ice hockey is played on ice, while field hockey is played on a grass surface, the rules in field hockey are kinder than ice hockey, and the sticks vary between versions.
Field Hockey Floor Hockey Indoor Hockey - Field Hockey Indoors Mini Hockey - Field Hockey with a minimum of 5 players on each team including Goalkeeper. Ice hockey Sledge Hockey (sled hockey in the us) - Same as ice hockey except made for people with physical disabilities Boot Hockey - Played like ice hockey but players slide on the ice using boots instead of skates Inline hockey (Single Bladed Weels) Roller Hockey (Quad Wheels) Street hockey - (played the same as ice hockey with the same gear (excluding inline skates) but usually on a street or other paved area [not recommended to play in traffic]) Unicycle Hockey UniHoc - Played with plastic sticks (both sides flat) and plastic hollow ball as an introduction to hockey also known as FloorBall or Floor Hockey Bandy - in some ways field hockey on ice PowerHockey - a form of hockey played in electric wheelchairs for disabled people Underwater Hockey - played underwater Shinty - Scottish from of hockey played in the highlands Hurling or Camogie - there are some resembalance to Hockey I dont think i missed any... please fix it if i did
I think the difference is that ice hockey is played on ice with ice skates and in-line hockey is played on a flat surface with rollerblades.
the first ice hockey match was played in 1872.
Floor hockey is played with hockey sticks and either a ball or puck on hard, flat, floor. Field hockey, on the other hand, is mainly played by girls. It consists of using a wooden curved field hockey stick and is played with a hard ball in a grassy field.
Hockey is played in many countries around the world. It is played on ice with a puck. The area of a hockey puck is 22.18.
well canadians created hockey so they are usually better
No.Just Ice But street hockey is played on cement
hockey lots of hockey and soccer are played in central America
Hockey and football is played in both winter and summer seasons.
Hockey Just hockey Hockey on ice is called ice hockey
Hockey was historically not played on ice until around the invention of modern ice hockey. This was well after the creation of modern field hockey, which itself derived from earlier variations. In short: field hockey was first.