Ice hockey is considered a winter sport.Field hockey is considered a winter sport, but is often played year-round in various ways, such as 6-a-side; the international season never ends, since teams can travel around the world.Indoor hockey is considered a summer sport where field hockey is played, but considered a winter sport in the countries it is mostly played in (e.g. Germany).Inline, roller and floor hockey are played all year through.
Field HockeySwimmingGymnasticsIce Skating Mady is better at some sports than Cara like field hockey and skating and swimming she can do flips in gymnasticsMady was seen wearing field hockey shorts in the Time to Organize episode another time she was spotted wearing a Wernersville Swim Club shirt.
Playing surface: field hockey is played on fields, ice hockey is played on ice. Goals in field hockey are much larger. The field is much larger than the rink, almost 50% further in both dircetions.Equipment: field hockey players rarely wear more than a mouthguard and shinguards, while goalkeepers wear some extra padding and a helmet. Ice hockey players wear a lot of protective equipment, including shin- and armpads, helmets, mouthgaurds, chestpads and gloves. The shape and size of the stick in each sport is also markedly different.Teams: ice hockey teams can have 20 players, of which 6 play on the ice at any time. Field hockey teams can have 16 players, of which 11 can play on the field at any time. There is no specification on what positions must be included in a field hockey team, while ice hockey rosters have certain proportions that must be either goalkeepers or onice players.Rules: ice hockey is considerably more restrictive in how a game may be played, such as restrictions on where the puck can be passed, but comparatively quite violent - bodychecking is allowed as well as other forms of physical contact, and fighting is not considered a major violation. In field hockey, physical contact is very rare, and only occurs in normal contest for the ball (not as an option for making a tackle). the ball can be played in virtually any way that does not cause danger.Gameplay: ice hockey features a lot more time stoppages, like many north American sports, than field hockey. A field hockey team cannot choose when they have a timeout either. The ways of moving a ball/puck around are very different; in ice hockey, players may use their hands or skates, while in field hockey, the ball is often raised high above the surface or juggled on the stick.
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Like in hockey, they use sticks, but carry a ball in a net at the end of them and may hit their opponents stick or body.It is played on a field similar to a soccer field, but you can go behind the goal.There is a crease which only the goalie can be in.It is very aggressive like hockey or football, with the ability to hit people (Checking) with the stick.
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Ice hockeyCertain pad and stick regulationsGoalies may not cross the near blue line.Goalies may not hit/shove a player who is outside the crease. They may, however, hit/shove a player who is inside the crease.No tomahawkingNo hookingNo trippingNo slashingNo charging(No checking for girls)Field hockeySee the related questions.
A field hockey ball is required to be spherical,Weight between 156 and 163 gramsHave a circumference of between 224 mm to 235 mm.It can be any colour although white is the more prefered for international games.The ball can be smooth or dimpled.Smooth Balls are usually used for Indoor (could be used for outdoor training)Dimpled Balls are usually used for Outdoor. so that it runs smoothly along the turf.
A Hockey Stick preferably fibre glass (easier to hit with and very light to hold.)A Hockey ball a light one (easier to hit and then you can smack it up the field.)A Hockey bag, easy to carry around. Can fit in about 4 hockey sticks, and two other pockets for other things, drinks and so on....Shinpads. Make sure you get ankle ones. They cover your ankles and shins so then your very safe. (Get these exspecially if your thinking of going pro.Mouth Guard. This is essential and you wouldn't be allowed to play without it.A baggy and airy t-shirt and shorts and trainers (track shoes, sneakers)A team to join.Have fun!
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As of 11 August 2012, following the 2012 London Summer Olympics, the top three men's teams as ranked by the International Hockey Federation are:GermanyAustraliaNetherlandsThe full current world rankings can be seen through the related link.
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The field was too muddy to play baseball.My dad mowed the field.We plowed the field and planted barley.The catcher should field the pop fly.If you lose, you should leave the playing field.Science is a field of interest to him.We need to do some research in the field.There's a beautiful field behind a red roofed house.
Any where but the most hockey would be at the U.S.A., Canada, Russia, and Finland.
Field HockeyAll rules are referenced to the Rules of Hockey 2009 edition:New rules limiting the playing of the ball at a free hit (rule 13.2, specifically sections 'e' and 'h').Alterations to rules concerning goalkeepers and the way they tackle or save shots (rule 10.3a, particularly the subnote).Clarification of the rules concerning the raised ball, including while being raised, in flight, on landing/reception and where in the field it occurs (rules 9.8, 9.9, 9.10, ).Rules preventing players using their sticks in a dangerous way, and ensuring the stick itself is safe (rules 9.2, 9.6 and 9.7; rule 4.7 sections 'a' and 'd').Ice HockeyCrackdowns on checking and dangerous physical contact.Any other rule additions or alterations should be added here..
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