Goalies are required to wear a helmet, throat guard, mouthpiece, chest protector, gloves, athletic cup, and cleats, optional equipment includes shin guards and padded goalie pants.
no onliy if you are not going to use them in ice hockey.
5 (or 6)
1. Leg pads
3. Chest protector
5. Catch glove
(6. Neck guard)
you need Helmet,Stick, Chest protector, Catcher, Blocker, goalie Girdle, leg Pads, and skates
shoulder pads and shin pads
Depends on your league. I play in the Maryland Scholastic Hockey League (MSHL) and they still allow 38" tall and 12" wide pads, but next year plan to change to an 11" width. You would need to talk to your goalie coach or someone from the league
No. In hockey, you can substitute without a stoppage in play. In football (american soccer) you need to wait for play to stop.
you block the puck.
It all depends on the age/regulations of the leagueThese are the requirements for most leagues:Jock strapShin guardsBreezers/pantsSkatesShoulder padselbow guardsgloveshelmet/usually facemaskmouthguardneck guard-usually in youth leaguesdon't forget your stickSkates, helmet, gloves, cup or jock, shinpads, hockey socks, hockey pants, elbowpads, shoulderpads, neckguard, jersey and stick.
Ice Hockey Goalies do not always wear their team socks under their pads (Practices usually just sweatpants) although for games they mainly do. If you are going to play Ice Hockey, you most definitely need to buy a Goalie Jock. They are padded and usually have thicker plastic for the "jock" part.
go along to you're nearest ice hockey team and express you're desires to play hockey in paticular to play in goals.
When you play hockey mostly required equipment is a cage helmet (street or roller hockey) or just a visor helmet for ice hockey (you can also have a cage helmet for ice) Every type of hockey you should have shin guards Have to have hockey gloves Have to have hockey stick obviously Some people recommend having a mouth guard. Some places make you have elbow pads while some don't.
well it depends. if its 3 on 3 you just take the puck from the goalie and resume play. if its regualr hockey the referee drops the puck at the closest face-off dot.
There are no "set" requirements to be a goalie, besides skill. If you don't know how to handle a goalie type situation, you won't be able to be on a team. you still need to know how to skate and be a communicative team player. You also need the obvious- equipment to protect you during play.
This list can go on for long, but in most sports, you need a helmet. I have the hockey answer though Player: A CSA approved helmet, elbow pads and shoulder pads, hockey pants, neck guard, gloves, slash guards (for a short cuff glove) shin guards, a cup and skates. Optional: mouth guard, in some leagues full masks, and in the Nhl, visors Goalie: Specialy made goalie cup, goalie pants, goalie pads, chest protector, blocker, catcher, helmet, skates and a neck guard. Optional: Neck guard that appears above the jersey. It is attached to the helmet
There are shoulder pads, knee pads, skates, sweaters, gloves and hockey pants and of course a helmet.