Fail answer before... Hockey has many rules.
Ice hockey rules are usually USA Hockey for amateur games - the pros usually have a rulebook specific to the league they officiate.
the international rules
Hockey's rules were created by it's creator, but over time, we changed to rules to our liking.
Ice hockey is played on ice, while field hockey is played on a grass surface, the rules in field hockey are kinder than ice hockey, and the sticks vary between versions.
The origin of ice hockey is unknown, however, ice hockey probaly evolved from the game of field hockey that has been played in Northern Europe for centuries.The rules of modern ice hockey were devised by Canadian J G A Creighton. In 1875, the first game of ice hockey with Creighton's rules was played in Montreal, Canada.Hockey originated in Windsor, Canada in the 1800's.
Too many new rules.
Ice Hockey is played by able bodied players on ice skates with a stick and the rest of the regular gear. Sledge hockey is mainly a Paralympic sport and involves the participants sitting on a small sledge and moving themselves around using 2 small sticks which are used to hit the puck. It follows mainly the same rules as ice hockey with some small variations.
The game of ice hockey probably evolved from the game of field hockey that was played in Northern Europe for hundreds of years. The modern version of ice-hockey finds its origins in the rules laid down by a Canadian named J G Creighton. His rules were implemented in the first game of ice hockey played in Montreal, Canada in the year 1875.
NO cheeking, boarding,cross cheeking,and no fighting
Not exactly. Ice hockey is a version of hockey played on ice. There are several different types of hockey, including Field Hockey, Roller Hockey, and Street Hockey. The basic premise of the game is the same (two teams playing each other, trying to propel a ball or puck in the opponent goal) but each game has different rules. In North America, "hockey" refers to ice hockey. Elsewhere in the world, "hockey" generally refers to field hockey.
The most common types of hockey are ice hockey, field hockey, floor hockey, and street hockey. With the exception of field hockey, all of these types of hockey generally follow the same rules.
The majority of ice hockey around the world is played under the umbrella of three organizations, Hockey Canada, USA Hockey, and the International Ice Hockey Federation, each with their own set of rules. The National Hockey League has its own rulebook, from which the rulebooks of most North American professional leagues are derived. United States high school leagues use the National Federation of State High School Associations rulebook, and varsity college hockey is governed by the National Collegiate Athletic Association's rules.
Hockey safety rules are the rules put in place to keep players from getting hurt. Some of the rules are to not hit other players with your hockey stick, no tripping, no pushing, and no hitting.
Aside from the fact that a stick is used to manipulate an object into a goal, which a goalie may or may not be defending, and that they are both called hockey, there are no similarities in the two rulesets.
Ice Hockey was invented in 1875 by students at McGill University in Montreal Canada and 2 years later in 1877 those students codified the first set of ice hockey rules and organized the first teams.
ice hockey is on ice floor hockey is on floor
It is a mixture of field hockey's rules and lacrosses rules.
One can find information about Hockey fight rules specifically in the United States at the website USAhockey. Alternatively one can use the website Wikipedia and search fighting in Ice Hockey. Rules for the sport usually depend on where the sport is being played, as different countries contain different rules.
Hockey Just hockey Hockey on ice is called ice hockey