Floor Hockey you play on grass,ice hockey you play on ice
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.
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.
floor hockey is similar to ice hockey with same sized goals
Hockey is played on ice and volleyball is not. Hockey is played with a puck and volleyball is played with a ball.
roller incline hockey is called street hockey.stake hockey is called ice hockey
you can play floor hockey, roller hockey, or field hockey
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Street hockey pads are not made to withstand extremely cold temperatures and are not made to the higher standards of protective ice hockey equipment.
Pond Hockey, Knee Hockey, Floor Hockey, Roller Hockey, Ice Hockey, Field Hockey (Lacrosse), 3 on 3 Ice Hockey
forehand and backhand are the two types of shots used in floor hockey as do ice hockey
hockey is played on ice rink while lacrosse is not! They have diffrent gear/
because you can still play hockey when its not cold and there is no ice.
In many places the ice is not removed; the basketball floor is placed over it. Of course, if they are not set up to put the floor over the ice, the ice is removed when going from ice hockey to basketball.
Painted on the floor and the ice is put on after.
This is a big pitch, u can have ice hockey, or Field hockey, also street, floor, inline hockey. =]
Ice hockey, field hockey, etc. Just about any type of hockey you can think of, I guess.
it is curved different ways
On the field (best kind), the ice, gym floor, or pavement.
Floor hockey is essentially the same as its ice and street counterparts In floor hockey there are two types of shots that most players use. A snap shot and backhand shot are popular on the floor.
There is no difference i have friends that play Inline Hockey and Ice Hockey and they use the same girdles. -- Inline Hockey girdles are supposed to be worn under pants, so often the surrounding nylon is not much robust, and they are tighter to the body.
Ice hockey, street hockey, feild hockey, floor hockey, air hockey, table hockey, knee hockey, mini hockey, water hockey, under water hockey. 10.
According to the International Ice Hockey Federation, the thickness needs to be about 3cm - see the link for further technical guidelines.