A hockey puck
A Hockey stick
No, in ice hockey the object is a flat, hard rubber disk called a puck that skims along the ice or can become airborne, depending on how it is hit.
Ice hockey is a game played on an ice rink by two teams of six players on skates. The object is to drive a puck (a small, hard rubber disk) into the opponents' goal with a hockey stick while avoiding being hit, or checked, by opposing players.
A hockey puck
Hockey safety rules are the rules put in place to keep players from getting hurt. Some of the rules are to not hit other players with your hockey stick, no tripping, no pushing, and no hitting.
Scoring for hockey occurs when the hockey puck is hit into the net. When that happens, the team that hit it in gets a point that is called a goal.
Field Hockey Field are flat to ensure that the ball can not roll in any direction unless it is moved by the players and to make it safe for players. if the ground was uneven it would be dangerous for the players to hit the ball incase the ball hit a bump in the grass or astroturf and was lifted into the air and hit a player.
Gravity effects hockey by keeping the puck on the ice. It also always players to hit the puck into the net without it flying out of the rink.
someone found a curved stick in their backyard and then when they hit a rock they thought it was cool and called it hockey
you need 2 sticks and then you have to hit it in the other players goal. (it is a 2 player game)
if they get hit in the face with the puck say goodbye to at least 3 of your front teeth
If played correctly, with hustle, and with heart, hockey will teach a player how to work with a team, how to work hard to achiesve something, and how to get up after a brutal hit. Hockey can also condition players legs, core, and upper body. A player will also come away from their hockey career knowing how to throw a wicked punch, which can come in handy.
Currently there are no offside rules in field hockey; except for the 5m distance required of an opponent at a free hit, or that all players must be in their own half for a centrepass. There is no except, there is no off side. The distance that opponents and sometimes your own players, have to be from a free hit, side line hit or corner hit has nothing to do with 'off side'
to run/hit them when they have the puck it is a good hit if they don't you'll get called for a late hit or interference.
It is called a shuttlecock, or colloquially a birdie.
you shuld were a viser because if you dont the puck will hit your i matts had that happen
A hockey stick is what the players hold on to in order to move the puck. A puck is the black disk that the players use the stick to hit. The purpose of the game is to get the puck into the opponent's net more times than they score on your net.
a hit out occurs when one of the opposition's players hits the ball of the back line, it must be taken inbetween the dotted line and the semi-circle, it is usually taken by what is called a "sweeper" but another member of the team can take it.
Opinion:Most often hockey players between 25 and 35 are in peak form. Any younger and they are not as strong and don't have as much experience. Any older and they start to slow down compared to the younger players. Some players hit their prime earlier, while some maintain their form longer, but this is generally the age range.
Nope. Not to say it cant kill you but it really depends what the object is. Players in baseball get hit with balls all the time at 90-100+ mph. Hockey players lay down on the ice to block shots and have taked slapshots to the face at 90-100 mph. It all depends on what the object is and where it hits you. Take a two by four traveling at 98 mph at your face and you are unlikely to survive.