Street goalie pads (make sure you have hockey sucks underneath)
Hockey Pants and Can
Hockey Chest Chear or "Monkey" Suit
Gloves (Catcher & Blocker)
That is all the standard items. Others that are optional and worn by some goalie include neck guards.
No. Roller hockey and street hockey are exactly the same (with the exception that street hockey is sometimes played without roller blades). Therefore, the equipment is the same.
Depends what type of hockey you're playing. Minimum for ice hockey: Shoulder pads, gloves, shin guards, elbow pads, a helmet, breezers, hockey socks (to cover shin guards) ice skates, compression shorts that will hold a cup or a jockstrap and a cup, a hockey stick, ice hockey skates For roller, all of the same except: No shoulder pads, roller hockey pants and an inline girdle instead of breezers, no hockey socks, roller hockey skates instead of ice hockey skates For ice hockey goalie: Goalie pants, a goalie groin protector and cup, a monkey suit, leg pads, a goalie helmet with a throat protector (preferably), goalie ice hockey skates, a goalies glove, a blocker, and a goalies stick For roller hockey goalie: Same as ice hockey goalie except roller hockey goalie skates For ice hockey: An ice rink with nets on both sides of the rink and a puck For roller hockey: A roller rink with nets on both sides of the rink and a roller puck (yes, they are different from ice picks. They're made to reduce friction and slide better on floors.) For street hockey: Some sort of net, a ball or puck, and a stick I think I covered a good portion of it. If I missed anything, I apologize. It's a great sport, have fun!
Goalie Monkey is in the sports equipment business. They sell Hockey goalie equipment such as face masks, padding and clothing. One can purchase online for home delivery.
One can find street hockey goalie pads in a website called GoalieMonkey. This website provides a large selection of goalie equipment for men, women or the youth.
try goaliemonkey.com and look at the clearence items.
Floor, street and/or roller hockey equipment are not designed to withstand the cold climates and conditions of ice hockey. Using such unapproved equipment can result in the equipment becoming brittle and shattering, therefore putting the player(s) safety at risk.
Nowadays, not much, but originally roller hockey equip was made to vent, with lots of mesh and space for air to flow through (as roller didn't have the ice to cool down a player) Recently ice hockey equipment has been made with similar venting systems to cool down a player and because of the decreased weight without sacrificing strength.
roller hockey u need a jock big ice hockey pants and roller skates the best is mojo a hockey stick that is made from copper ice hockey u need pants stick made of wood and helmet and ankle pads and skates
Dicks Sporting Goods (http://www.dickssportinggoods.com) has a selection of roller hockety equipment. They are located at 811 Pilgrim Way in Green Bay. Dunham's Sports (http://www.dunhamssports.com) also sells roller hockey equipment. They are located at 2779 South Oneida Street in Ashwaubenon.
I would not touch Mission's goalie gear as it is for Roller Hockey only. The Mission/Itech company has been now purchased by Bauer Inc. So Mission and Itech Goalie gear is discontinued.
Street hockey pads are not made to withstand extremely cold temperatures and are not made to the higher standards of protective ice hockey equipment.
the best goalie in hockey is Roberto luongo
the best goalie in hockey is Roberto luongo
Catcher's mask is a baseball equipment item. Catch glove is a hockey goalie sports equipment item.
its going to be around $50 - $100. it all depends.
Yes, all forms of hockey use a stick.A hockey stick is a piece of equipment used in field hockey, ice hockey or roller hockey to move the ball or puck.
Yes you can screen a goalie in hockey as long as you do not touch him/her or enter their crease
You can buy hockey gear at pure hockey, hockey world, advantage sports canton, or several other stores. These stores are located in the Boston area. You can also try amazon for hockey gear on the cheap.
Yes. A hockey goalie can get the same penalties as a skater gets.
Player-Skates, Shin pads, can, socks, shoulder pads, hockey pants, elbow pads, jersey, helmet, gloves, stick. Some people also wear visor or cage on their helmets by choice or by league rules. Some also where a neck guard, after a guy in the NHL (cant rmmbr his name) got his throat cut open by a skate (he did live). Goalie-Goalie skates (most goalies wear these, but in pond hockey, shinny hockey, or fun hockey you will find some that wear regular skates), goalie pads, socks, goalie can, hockey pants (goalie type), monkey suite (also known as a chest protector or other names), jersey, gloves (one blocker, one catcher), goalie helmet. Some goalies also wear a goalie neck guard, which is a curved plastic shield that hangs in front of their neck from their helmet.
The most obvious changes in the goalie equipment is that since around the 80's, hockey companies have been using synthetic materials. Pleather is now being used for catch gloves, blockers, and leg pads; Mesh and plastic are being used for chest protectors. There were also changes to the amount of padding in the gloves, chest protectors and blockers. Because of this, USA Hockey made certain regulations to the amount of padding allowed on each of these articles of equipment because "it takes away the spirit of hockey".Hope this helped
Field HockeyOBO are the best by far; theirs is the only company that produces solely for keepers. However, for some pieces you could look at competing brands such as Mazon or companies that produce equipment for ice hockey keepers - helmets and chest pads especially.Ice HockeyNikebauer or Reebok have a ties with the pads and blockers and gloves but Nikebauer makes on75 goalie sticks vapor30 goalie sticks vapor20 goalie sticks so my vote is for nikebauer
A hockey goalie can be very fast. Not as fast as a player but still fast in a different way.
Roller Hockey is non-contact!