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.
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.
roller incline hockey is called street hockey.stake hockey is called ice hockey
ice hockey is on ice floor hockey is on floor
Floor Hockey you play on grass,ice hockey you play on ice
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.
Hockey is played on ice and volleyball is not. Hockey is played with a puck and volleyball is played with a ball.
This is a big pitch, u can have ice hockey, or Field hockey, also street, floor, inline hockey. =]
Street hockey pads are not made to withstand extremely cold temperatures and are not made to the higher standards of protective ice hockey equipment.
hockey is played on ice rink while lacrosse is not! They have diffrent gear/
I would strongly recommend using hockey pants, elbow pads, and shoulder pads for hockey. Ice hockey puck weighs more than twice the weight of an inline hockey puck and it can do damage if your not protected. Falling down on ice is not so nice either. It depends what your playing; completive ice hockey get all the protection you can, rec-league hockey its not as important. Other than the things above most other equipment is good to use like gloves, shin pads, and helmet.
ice hockey and ice skating do not begin with you, but if wiki answers changed "I" to "you" then inline skating would be one, i don't know if that would be considered a sport though.
it is curved different ways
Some sports that begin with the letter I are as follows:Ice BoatingIce Figure SkatingIce FishingIce HockeyIce SailingIce SkatingIce SpeedskatingIndoor RowingIndoor SkydivingInline HockeyInline SkatingInline Speedskating
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.
# Field Hockey # Indoor Hockey - Field Hockey Indoors # Mini Hockey - Field Hockey with a minimum of 5 players on each team including Goalkeeper. # Ice hockey # Inline hockey (Single Bladed Weels) # Roller Hockey (Quad Wheels) # Street hockey - (played the same as ice hockey with the same gear (excluding inline skates) but usually on a street or other paved area [not recommended to play in traffic]) # Unicycle Hockey # UniHoc - Played with plastic sticks (both sides flat) and plastic hollow ball as an introduction to hockey also known as FloorBall or Floor Hockey # Bandy - in some ways field hockey on ice # PowerHockey - a form of hockey played in electric wheelchairs for disabled people # Underwater Hockey # Shinty - Scottish from of hockey played in the highlands # Hurling or Camogie - there are some resembalance to Hockey
Figure skating is basically dancing on ice and can be solitary as hockey is a team game and can be played both on ice and on a field or pitch.
the size of the leg pads
It was originally called "shinny on ice," because it was similar to a British game that was a cross between lacrosse and rugby. The original name for hockey was "ice hurley". Then gradually turned into ice hockey.
The Dimensions are different. A hockey goal is four feet high by six feet wide. A broomball net is 6 feet high by 8 feet wide.
Nowadays, not much, but originally roller hockey equip was made to vent, with lots of mesh and space for air to flow through (as roller didn't have the ice to cool down a player) Recently ice hockey equipment has been made with similar venting systems to cool down a player and because of the decreased weight without sacrificing strength.
with hockey tape
Ice hockey and curling are played on ice between two teams.
Yes they do, i belive it costs £40 for inline/hockey skates and £60 for figure skates
I play hockey on my inline skates at my local park usually on one half of a tennis court which is a great substitute for ice. Can't use a puck tho, I use a tennis ball but you can buy roller hockey balls. Or in any 5 a side football/basketball cage like park play area. Anywhere smooth and flat and with a dry surface for inline/roller skating is a good outdoor substitute for hockey mate.
Well the skates are different.