As far as I Know there are 4 players per side.
there are 6 including the goalie
In ice hockey - five (5) players and one (1) goaltender are allowed on the ice at one time, per team.
for both teams counting the goalie is 12 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).
10 Players, 5-5, plus 1 goalie per team.
The most players allowed on one team is 16, and out of the 16 players, only 11 can play together at a time.
16 total, 11 of which can be on the field at one time.