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Q: How many grades are there in hockey?

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Each half of a game of hockey is 35 minutes long in most grades.

In ice hockey, a game is broken into three periods of 20 minutes (for NHL; different lengths for other grades). In field hockey, a game is broken into two halves of 35 minutes (less for younger grades and some competitions/tournaments).

High school hockey is from grades 9-12 (if middle schoolers are good enough to make it then a few 7th and 8th graders). Professional hockey is when that is your full time job and you get payed.

Both ice and indoor hockey allow six players in total at a time per team. Field hockey is normally 11, although some grades (Super6 and Junior 8s, for example only use 6 and 8 players respectively).

About 100 kilometres an hour, over all grades. A specific grade will have a higher or lower average; for example, professional hockey players can easily shoot above 120 km/h, and many can get to 150km/h.

ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) at higher grades, or other plastics.

Ice hockey, street hockey, feild hockey, floor hockey, air hockey, table hockey, knee hockey, mini hockey, water hockey, under water hockey. 10.

there are 3 grades of concussions

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There is 11 grades total not counting College

grades 1 to 5

thirteen grades

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