Field hockey11 (eleven) players may be on the field at any time.Ice and indoor hockey6 (six) players may be on the rink or floor at any time.In-line and/or roller hockey5 (five) players are allowed on the rink at one time.
In ice hockey - five (5) players and one (1) goaltender are allowed on the ice at one time, per team.
there are 6 including the goalie
for both teams counting the goalie is 12 players
Between 6-8 teams can play on the ice at the same time, comprising 48 players.
in a legitimate hockey game, there are 5 offensive/defensive players per. side, and then a goalie at each end. So, there are 12 players on the ice at one time.
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).
The most players allowed on one team is 16, and out of the 16 players, only 11 can play together at a time.
As far as I Know there are 4 players per side.
16 total, 11 of which can be on the field at one time.
In Canada kids learn how to skate the same time they know how to walk. There are more hockey players from Canada, but that doesn't mean they are better
Yes. The penalty box can be filled to maximum capacity.
All 9 could be there at the same time.
Hockey has 6 players on the ice at a time. Including the goalie. I can't think of any sport that would only have six. But hockey has six at a time.
A team can have up to 16 players generally. 11 players are on the field at one time - 10 field players and 1 goal keeper. Up to 5 players can be on the 'bench' and can be rotated into the game at any time.
There is no real answer for this question. Some hockey players MAY gain weight depending on ice time as a result of muscle gain. Although , highly unlikely. But there is no specific amount of weight a hockey player would lose during an NHL hockey game.
In ice hockey, 5 skaters and 1 goaltender are allowed on the ice, per team, at one time.
A field hockey team will always have a team of 16 players with 11 of them in a pitch at a time.
Minnesota does, and it really isn't all that close. Minnesota has the most registered youth hockey players (53,450 in 2010. Next closest was Michigan with 51,404 registered youth players), produces the most Division 1 hockey players (currently 326 players, or 20.36% of all D1 players. Next closest is Massachusetts with 14.81%), and produces the most pro hockey players (Minnesota has produced 216 players all-time. Massachusetts is next closest with 168). This is why Minnesota is known as the "State of Hockey".
11 players on field per team at any given time, but it is permissable to have up to 5 extra players as subsitutes on and off at any time.
There are 6 players on the ice for each team playing hockey if there are no penalties. A center, 2 wingmen, two defensemen and a goalie. So that means there are 12 players on the ice at the same time. There are also 3 referees Two linesmen and a referee. Now in the NHL and other high-level leagues there are 4 officials. There are two linesmen and two referees.
Yes, but official statistics are unavailable at this time.