The left hand is on the top part of the stick for field hockey.
On the hockey stick, you have the shaft (the part you hold), and the blade (the part that touches the ice). In the blade, you have the Heel, which is the part connected to the shaft. Then you have the toe, which is the tip of the blade, or the end which does not connect to the shaft.
A fibreglass hockey stick is a hockey stick with a layer/s of fibreglass to support the stick and usually layered over wood. A composite stick can have a range of materials e.g. kevlar, carbon fibre, armaid, glassfibre etc. It does not have any wood part. half composite sticks have part synthetic material, part wood. Overall, fibreglass is just a material used to make a stick composite. Wood hockey sticks tend to be better as they reduce stick shock on a cold day (where the stick vibrates when hitting the ball), however, composite have a huge amount of power when striking the ball.
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No, you can only use the flat side of the stick. You can never use the round side.
You use the flat side of the stick. In a game, if you use the curved side a foul will be awarded against you.
Hockeys a contact sport. Hitting is part of the game.
yas you can on the part that makes it stick
== == Wooden hockey sticks are made from ASH or Poplar, both of which have a straight grain and are light but strong. The wood comes from the trunk of the tree.
The stick consists of two main parts, the HEAD and the HANDLE. The handle is the longer part of the stick, where you hold the stick on the GRIP. The head is the hook-shaped part at the bottom, and is used to hit and flick the ball. The BACK of the stick is the rounded side, and the FRONT of the stick is the flatter side. The EDGES are the rounded edges between these sides.