Ice Hockey is faster.
Hockey is played on ice and volleyball is not. Hockey is played with a puck and volleyball is played with a ball.
Well it depends. For an example, sometimes people are good at volleyball but are bad at soccer. But some hard sports are Volleyball, Ice Hockey, Waterpolo, Lacroose, and Rugby.Remeber it depends though.
Handball lol, some guy who has obviously never been to an ice hockey match. Ice Hockey is faster then both handball and basketball. There is no argument. One can skate faster then one can run due to the lack of friction between the skate blade and the ice.
soccer, basketball, ice hockey, and volleyball
A couple sports are... * basketball * baseball * ice hockey * field hockey * swimming * ice skating * track(racing) * horse racing * soccer * volleyball
It affects it because the more you skate on the ice the more marks its makes and with the friction of the puck, it will go faster on fresh ice.
Although the orgin of ice hockey is unknown, the modern game of Ice Hockey was first played in Montreal, Canada in 1875.
In field hockey, the game begins with a centrepass. In ice hockey, it begins with a faceoff.
well there is ice hockey and there is curling which is more like shuffleboard on ice
ice, because that it what they are designed for.
Besides volleyball and soccer, there is a great interest in handball, ice hockey and basketball.
An ice hockey puck travels smoother and faster on ice, floor and street hockey pucks are designed for use on certain surface types and perform better on those specific surfaces.
Hockey and Ice hockey and Air hockey! All kinds of hockey!
There are two referees in an ice hockey game and two linesmen.
With a faceoff at center ice.
Hockey not Ice-Hockey
Basketball, Volleyball ,soccer ,water polo and ice hockey
football, volleyball, basketball, handball, rugby, ice hockey, oina
ice hockey is a rink and field hockey is just a field
The game Ice hockey is in the Winter Olympics. But ball hockey is not in any Olympics
Not exactly. Ice hockey is a version of hockey played on ice. There are several different types of hockey, including Field Hockey, Roller Hockey, and Street Hockey. The basic premise of the game is the same (two teams playing each other, trying to propel a ball or puck in the opponent goal) but each game has different rules. In North America, "hockey" refers to ice hockey. Elsewhere in the world, "hockey" generally refers to field hockey.
Hockey games are all the same length.