There are three twenty-minute periods in ice hockey, adding up to 60 minutes of play.
Three periods of twenty minutes play in each. Stoppages extend each period.
I play hockey and if you mean by time then there aren't quarters the game is split up into three periods.
Ice Hockey Cricket has 3 sessions each day as well
there are 3 periods in a hockey game. in the NHL a periode lasts 20min. In the youth games most last 12 min. The kids that are 13 and up play 14min. Some really good youth players play 17min. It all depends on the age and orginazation. The NHL playes 3, 20 min. periods!
There are no quarters. A professional game consists of three periods of twenty minutes each, the clock running only when the puck is in play.
A hockey game consists of traditionally three period of twenty minutes each. In the NHL if a game is tied after regualation, it goes to one five minute sudden death overtime period of four skaters each, and then goes to a shootout. Although in NHL Playoff hockey, Overtime periods are Sudden Death full periods with 5 on 5 play.
NHL games have three 20 minute periods. There is 15 minutes in between periods. The length of time it takes to play a period will vary depending on the number of stoppages. A fast game will take about two hours.
You can change as many times as you want in a hockey game. You can either make a line change on the fly while the play is going on, or in a stoppage.