Hockey Canada has a maximum of 23 players per roster USA hockey has a maximum of 21 players per roster NHL has a maximum of 30 players per roster
In the National Hockey League, 20 players are allowed to dress for a game and 23 are allowed on the 'active roster'.
An Olympic field hockey team has a roster of sixteen players.
Currently there are 18 Canadian born players on the roster.
Depends on the type of league you're in... anywhere from 15-20 with around 5-7 bench spots. Join a league, it's fun
There are 18 Canadian born players listed on their official roster.
I suggest you go to the Oilers' website or that of the Hockey News or the NHL and get up-to-date roster information.
usually 4 lines of 3 players 3 defence pairs and 2 goalies dress so usually 20 players dress and you can have up to 23 on your roster
Suggest you go to a hockey website such as that of the Hockey News or the NHL itself. Then check out the current roster of each team and simply count the number of American born players.
Also known as a keeper league, a dynasty league allows players to keep football players on their roster year-after-year.
NHL teams are allowed to list twenty two (22) players on their official roster.
Edmonton as of April 25, 2010, they have 21 players on their roster listed from Canada.