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NHL regulation or most US rinks are 85 ft wide and 200 ft long An Olympic rink is 100 ft wide and 200 ft long

Nhl- 85 ft wide and 200 ft long olympic- 100 ft wide and 200 ft long

The rink is 200 feet long and 85 feet wide.

200ft long and 85ft wide

85 feet unless one is playing at an Olympic-size rink which is 100 feet wide. UNH plays on an Olympic-size rink. Rinks are 200 feet long.

200 feet long 85 feet wide.

It is 185 feet long and 85 feet wide.

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A hockey rink is 200 ft long and 85 ft wide. The corners have a 28 ft radius. Boards are 40-48 inches high.

The ice surface is the same for all NHL teams; 200 feet long, by 85 feet wide.

A regulation field hockey field measures 91.4 metres long (100 yards) by 55 metres wide (60 yards).

A curling rink (usually called a sheet) is about 150 feet long and about 15 feet wide. The area of ice that is "in play" is 126 feet long, while the distance from hack to hack (the hack is where you push off from) is 138 feet.

From the USA Hockey inline rulebook: As nearly as possible, the dimensions of the rink shall be 185 feet long and 85 feet wide. the minimum size for a rink shall be 145 feet long and 65 feet wide. In all rinks used for State, Regional and National Championships, the surface dimensions shall not be less than 165 feet long and 65 feet wide. It is recommended that the corners be uniformly rounded in the arc or a circle with a minimum radius of 20 feet and a maximum radius of 28 feet.

The rink at Rockerfeller is 59 ft wide by 122 ft long.

20.75 ft

Unlike other sports, hockey is traditionally played on a "rink" not a "field". This is actually the first rule of the USA hockey rulebook. USA Hockey regulations are 200 feet long, 85-100 feet wide. NHL is strictly 200 by 85. Olympic/International is 197 by 98.4.

They size of an ice rink can vary but the standard size in North American is 200' long x 85' wide. I believe that all of the NHL rinks conform to this size and if any rinks in NA are smaller, it is generally in the length of the rink. In Europe, the size can vary, but they are generally 200' long x 100' wide. So, what about the size of the rink for the Winter 2010 Olympics to be held in Vancouver? My guess is that it most likely will be 200' x 85'.

The official size of a hockey rink is 200 ft long and 85 ft wide. The rounded corners will have a radius of 28 feet. The rink will be surrounded by "boards" made of wood or fibreglass which will be not less than 40" high, and no higher than 48" above the ice surface. The ice and boards will be white, except where authorized by the league, eg: board advertising and on ice advertising. Around the entire length of the boards there will be a yellow kickplate.

North American rinks are 85 feet wide by 200 feet long. International rinks are 100 feet wide by 200 feet long. The 2010 Winter Olympics were the first Olympiad where the hockey games were played on the 85-foot wide rink format. Some former NHL rinks, such as the ones in Chicago Stadium and in Boston Garden, were shorter than 200 feet resulting in a tighter distance between the blue lines which made the style of play somewhat different than on regulation-length rinks.

According to the NHL rules, a hockey puck must be 3 inches = 76,200,000 nanometres in diameter.

Unlike other sports, hockey is traditionally played on a "rink" not a "field". This is actually the first rule of the USA hockey rulebook. USA Hockey regulations are 200 feet long, 85-100 feet wide.NHL is strictly 200 by 85.Olympic/International is 197 by 98.4.

Unlike soccer (or football!) hockey is traditionally played on a "rink" not a "pitch". This is actually the first rule of the USA hockey rulebook. USA Hockey regulations are 200 feet long, 85-100 feet wide. NHL is strictly 200 by 85. Olympic/International is 197 by 98.4.

A hockey goal is 4x6 feet

50 + 50+ 20+ 20 = 140 meters

As per the WHL site, "The official size of the rink shall be two hundred feet (200') long and eighty-five feet (85') wide." These are the same dimensions as an NHL rink.