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Alternate or Assistant captain.
The "A" stands for alternate captain and/or assistant captain.
CCM is the name of the company that makes hockey apparal and equipment. The CCM on the jersey is similar to the Nike swoosh on a jersey in that it is an advertisement for the company.
The officials that have the orange stripes around the upper arm area of their shirt are the referees. Those that don't have the orange stripes are the linesmen.
The H on the Montreal (Habs) Canadiens jersey stands for 'hockey' as the team's full name is Le Club de Hockey Canadien. The H does not stand for Les Habitants or Habs which is a nickname given to the team in the 1950's.
Alternate captain. Hockey players with a "C" (captain) or an "A" are the only players that are supposed to communicate with referee's on the ice.
I'm not sure what you mean here, but if you mean countries where hockey is played, there are quite a few, including Canada, USA, Sweden, Russia, etc. For a complete list of countries check the International Ice Hockey Federation website at www.IIHF.com and they have a list of all hockey playing nations.
ive never seen a hockey jersey with the letter D on it but I'm guesssing it means defenseman.the only letters you ever see consistently on hockey jerseys is C for Captain and A for Assistant Captain
International Ice Hockey Federation. I found it online at this website: http://bevboysblog.blogspot.com/2008/05/212th-post-what-iihf-means.html
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"Carring" the puck in the hockey stick
Green card in soccer means that when a player respects the referees' decision and be a sportsmanship person