In an ice hockey rink.
yes, hockey players do play with a hard ball. It is smooth depending on the brand e.g - kookaburra
You don't have to just play on ice,you can play street hockey,Toledo Ohio has a huge street hockey i play in and its real fun. and you can do field hockey,so there are many ways.
nothing...they play naked
Some hockey teams might have better hockey areas to play on and have a better chance to win. Some people might not know how to play hockey and that is why some teams are lacking hockey players.
There is no limit to how many games of hockey a player will play in a year. This really varies.
On the field (best kind), the ice, gym floor, or pavement.
I don't, professional players do.
as of today april 6, 18.
The most players allowed on one team is 16, and out of the 16 players, only 11 can play together at a time.
they don't get paid to play in the olympics. it is a privalege to play
There are twelve players on the ice at once during a hockey game. There are six players per side, including the goaltender.
Field hockey11 (eleven) players may be on the field at any time.Ice and indoor hockey6 (six) players may be on the rink or floor at any time.In-line and/or roller hockey5 (five) players are allowed on the rink at one time.
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they all were already playing pro hockey before they goined the olymics.
The game is called hockEy not hocky, and "they", i am guessing hockey players, use a stick and a puck.
In some Junior Games you play with 8 a-side and a goalie, but in senior hockey you play with 11 a-side and a goalie.
I do not know the exact percentage, but there are variants. High school hockey in MN will have a much high percentage of players that go on to play college hockey than other states. I would estimate that about 5-10% of high school players in MN go on to play Div I or Div III hockey. That will probably be much lower for other states as there high school hockey programs are usually second rate to the midget teams.
Currently there are 18 Canadian born players on the roster.
9 out of the 23 players are non-NHL'ers.
about 5% will play D1 at the college level.