Of course there is such a thing as "Hand Hockey"! In the hallways of every hotel where young hockey kids gather you'll find them on hands and knees with a ball made of a wad of athletic tape playing: Hand Hockey. One on one two on two, whatever. Playing dorway to doorway - or any marking they whack the "ball" back and forth trying to smack it past the opponent. Simple and entertaining and fun! Sometimes back home in the basement or living room the game goes on with an furniture as the "goal lines" or maybe a rug... anything at hand works and as long as mom doesn't have a lamp broken the game is a success.
Ice hockey rinks are either hand plowed and watered or it is done by a zamboni.
Yes, there are a lot of lefties in the game. Example: Patrick Kane
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The left hand is on the top part of the stick for field hockey.
There is no such thing as a try in hockey. You have the wrong sport.
There is a rulebook for hand hockey in the United Kingdom, both 1vs 1 and 3 vs 3 games.
For ice and in-line hockey it is.
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To my knowledge, there is no such thing as a slide in field hockey.
If your meaning field hockey, no such thing. All field hockey is *right handed*, yet all the controll and power is from your left hand. So left handers have an unseen advantage with the extra strength their left arms have.