For a player, the fundamentals are skating, passing, shooting, and puck-handling. Out of those four, I think the most important are skating and puck-handling.
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Figure skating has better skating skill than hockey. However, hockey is a team sport and game, and figure skating is an "art" and to learn it, you pretty much have to go through the rigors you'd do in learning any other art. It's actually very similar to lots of martial arts, the skill sets needed. Hockey, though, is a fun game, like soccer, and different skills are needed for that game, like stick handling, ability to work on a team, etc, that figure skating wouldn't require. One thing, though, that people don't realize, in a race, equivalent level figure skater and hockey player, the figure skater will usually win against the hockey player, the better technique from figure skating would make a better hockey player for sure, just both sides usually never want to try each other's sport.
Practice and dedication.
They are both legendary hockey players, it is impossible to tell which is better
My grandpa taught Bobby Orr when he was a little boy and that is why he he a great hockey player!!!! By : ????? Liar
Well yeah!!! You kinda have to know how the game is played in order to be a good player.
he loved hockey at a young age. he started really young, and fell in love with it. he would pratice by shooting pucks into the dryer.
You have to practice on your dribbleing,passing,and shooting.
in the term hockey player hockey is an adjective and player is the noun. Hockey is describing what type of player.