Lacrosse was invented before hockey. Lacrosse was invented by Native Americans Before the Cristian Era (BC). Hockey was invented in the mid 1800s or early 1900s
Lacrosse first originated on the continent of North America.
Lacrosse, the not so popular but successful sport made in 1963. (the idea came from a groupe of hockey players)
ice hockey when french soldiers created the game they used a rubber ball and then rules and regulations and the hockey puck was added Basketball and Lacrosse
Lacrosse originated with the Midwestern Native Americans in as early as the 12th Century.
lacrosse uses a round ball-hockey uses a puck lacrosse is played on a field-hockey is played on ice lacrosse players wear cleats-hockey players wear skates lacrosse sticks have a head and mesh on the end-hockey sticks dont
yes you can wear hockey elbow pads for lacrosse
they were originated native american. it has been said that lacrosse is therefore the only true american sport.
No. Lacrosse originated from the Native Americans.
Canada Created Hockey and Lacrosse.
yes but first check with your coach to make sure it's ok. however, hockey pads have unnecessary weight which you dont need for lacrosse so I wouldn't recomend it
Lacrosse is alot like hockey so during the summer all the hockey players switch to lacrosse
yes it is not legal, you have to wear hockey/lacrosse official gloves
Definitly not for hockey but im thinking football
Hockey is the national winter sport, and lacrosse is the national summer sport.
lacrosse and hockey
Field Hockey or Lacrosse
hockey is played on ice rink while lacrosse is not! They have diffrent gear/
Lacrosse originated as stickball played by Native Americans many centuries ago. The actual game of lacrosse originated in the early 17th century in the Americas.
No, lacrosse balls are smaller than field hockey balls. In addition, lacrosse balls are made with a hard, foam like material; while field hockey balls are made with hard plastic.
No Field Hockey balls are too hard and are not bouncy enough for lacrosse.
hockey & lacrosse
I would say field hockey or lacrosse are probably the closest to ice hockey.