Regulation time is sixty (60) minutes: three (3) twenty (20) minute periods.
Time may be extended in the case of a tie, where as one (1) five (5) minute overtime session is conducted, (during the regular season) and if necessary a shoot-out will take place to decide the winner.
During the playoffs, overtime runs in unlimited twenty (20) minute 'sudden death' periods until a winner is declared.
In professional hockey there is 20 minutes a period in smaller leagues it varies.
60 every game. The clock does not tick without the puck in play.
20 per period
20 playing minutes.
20 minutes i know its the right answer
periods in a high school ice hockey game are generally 12-14 minutes in length
A typical shift is about 30 seconds. Top time on the ice per game is usually around 25 minutes (barring OT)
twenty minutes for each period. There are three periods.
Same as America. 20 minutes each period (3 periods). A total of 60 minutes of game.
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).
Hockey not Ice-Hockey
The Game of Ice hockey is played with a Puck.
Four. Two referees.Two linesmen.
well there is ice hockey and there is curling which is more like shuffleboard on ice
Ice Hockey is faster.