An offside in Ice Hockey is when a player from the attacking team has crossed over the defending teams blueline before the puck. It is a delayed offside when nobody from the attacking team touches the puck.
There is no offside in field hockey.
Yes in novice hockey there are offsides calls.
the blue line the blue line
You are not offside. The puck must enter the offensive zone for offsides to be called. Further, a player's skates can enter the offensive zone before the puck, provided the player is in control of the puck and no other offsides conditions are in effect.
I think they take care of offsides, icing, and the face-off.
The blue lines mark the extent of the attacking/defending zones and determine legal movements and passing, as seen on 2-line passes and offsides calls.
ice hockey is on ice floor hockey is on floor
Hockey Just hockey Hockey on ice is called ice hockey
Floor Hockey you play on grass,ice hockey you play on ice
Ice Hockey is Hockey played on ice; as compared to Field Hockey which is played on grass.
Ice hockey is more watched do I think ice hockey :)
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.
I think the difference is that ice hockey is played on ice with ice skates and in-line hockey is played on a flat surface with rollerblades.
In an NHL game there are four officials on the ice. There are two linesmen who are mainly responsible for calling icing, offsides and too many men penalties. In addition there are also two referees who are responsible for calling penalties.
in an ice hockey rink
people play ice hockey in an ice rink.
Offset is when the player goes into the opposing side bfor the puck I believe. JenLIERy
learn how to skate get some equiptment how to take a shot how the play goes like, offsides, penalties, positions, etc etc a sugest getting some private lessons befor group stuff
No, you may not pass the puck to a player who is currently in an off-sides position (both skates over the determining edge of the attacking blue line while the puck is not in the attacking zone).
Canadians play ice hockey cause it's who made ice hockey famous in the world
Ice hockey is "le hockey sur glace" in French.
I would say field hockey or lacrosse are probably the closest to ice hockey.
ice hockey = Eishockey
Canada created ice hockey.