11 players each side.
12 players in total 6 on each side including the goaltenders.
In the NHL, there are four skaters and one goalie on each side during overtime for a total of 10 players, assuming there are no penalties.
There are 6 players on each side of the net.
Hockey players have integers allocated to them - these are the numbers emblazoned on their outfits.Goals scored by each side are counted using integers.
It depends on which variant, the rulebase used and how formal the game is, but at least 4 players are needed on each side to make it interesting; 6 is the normal minimum for an official match of both indoor and ice hockey, and some forms of field hockey; 7 or 8 is a standard minimum for most field hockey grades; 11 is the usual for field hockey; teams can have up to 16 for field hockey and 20 for ice hockey.Normally, a maximum of 16 players are allowed for each team, with 11 on the pitch for each side at one time (11 a side). Most leagues require at least 7 or 8 players for a team to avoid requirement of forfeiting.
There are twelve players on the ice at once during a hockey game. There are six players per side, including the goaltender.
In some Junior Games you play with 8 a-side and a goalie, but in senior hockey you play with 11 a-side and a goalie.
There are 7 players on each team.
There are 6 players per side(including the goalie). [1 goalie, 2 defencemen, and 3 forwards]
There are 11 players on each side.