Your stick cannot got above your shoulder height.
In all forms of hockey, the stick may not be raised above shoulder height, except that in field hockey it may be used thus by a defender to prevent a goal being scored.
There is no such thing as a lefty stick. In fact lucky for you if you're a lefty playing field hockey because your power hand gets all the power
No it is considered as a high stick.
obstruction,kicking the ball, lifting it in the air, high stick, dangerous swing
When you swing the stick to hit the ball to far behind you. Typically it is when the stick goes above your hip. It is considered dangerous play and referees will call it
You bring your stick up the opposite way of the ball, but not too high only to your hip. then take a big swing forward but only let stick go to your waist.
Yes. A hockey goalie can get the same penalties as a skater gets.
Field Hockey, at the higher levels is normally played on a turf field. High schools normally will play on grass.
it should be at your nose [off of skates]
it means when you hit a player, when your stick is over your shoulder, and he is struck in the face.