It depends. In men's ice hockey you are allowed to hit people. In woman's ice hockey you can get a 2 minute minor penalty for body checking.
I suggest playing Junior Tier 1 or 2 hockey in the US system or Tier 2 in the Canadian system. Junior Tier 3 in the US is a long shot and most kids that are good enough out of high school to play D3 will chase D1 meaning they will play Junior Tier 1 or 2 in the US or Junior Tier 2 in Canada. Kids straight out of High School or AAA will find it very diificult to make even the weakest teams in D3.
you can have 2 teams on the ice/field/pavement in hockey.
1. ice hockey 2.field hockey 3. ball hockey 4. street hockey and by the way hockey SUCKS a** ringette RULES
Alaska has two professional (including minors) level teams: 1) Alaska Aces - ECHL (East Coast Hockey League) 2) Fairbanks Ice Dogs - Tier II, Junior A, NAHL (North American Hockey League) Team
Chennai is tier 1 but Madras is tier 2
forehand and backhand are the two types of shots used in floor hockey as do ice hockey
The 2 most popular are Lacrosse and Ice Hockey.
because they r 2 ugly