Tackling is taking the ball off the oposition, or trying to take it off them.
An aerial ball is when the ball goes into the air (a couple of feet off teh ground).
When the ref drops the puck in between the 2 players, kinda like a tip off in basket ball except hockey.
Yes ice hockey ball is black
hockey using a rubber or wooden ball of some sort.
floor ball isn't real and hockey is
There are 412 dints in an official hockey ball according to the field hockey rule book.
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A field hockey ball is made of all plastic. The plastic depends on the weather and field conditions. Polyurethane balls will not shatter under cold conditions. Vinyl balls are great for hot weather, but freezing conditions could make the ball crack and break.
No. It was actually a tennis ball. The first "puck" was a ball with the top and bottom chopped off.
Ice hockey is played using a puck not a ball.
the hockey puck is made round like a ball because it wouldn't be able to move if it was like a ice hockey puck because in ice hockey it can glide in filed hockey you need to be able to roll it around easyily
a long corner in hockey is given when the ball goes off the back by the defending team, a long corner is then given to the attackers.
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The ball used is a standard hockey ball; it is about three inches across and weighs half a pound or so. It is called "the ball".
In field hockey, the ball is normally white, dimpled, made of hard plastic and around the size of a fist; most are hollow to achieve the correct weight. In ice hockey, a puck is used instead. It is normally black, smooth and made of hard solid rubber.
The first pucks were made in the 1870s by slicing a rubber ball into a disc and then trimming it square. The fist round pucks were made and used by the Montreal Victoria Hockey Club in the 1880s.
Hockey and Ice hockey and Air hockey! All kinds of hockey!
The standard weight of a hockey ball ranges between 156 to 163 grammes.
Hockey pucks are usually made of hard plastic, although some rubber ones can be found rarely; they are not generally used because they are extremely hard to use properly.
Just one of the changes in hockey is that we now start with a push back and not a bully-off !
Terry Ball - ice hockey - was born on 1944-11-29.