Hurling: one of Ireland's two national games along with Gaelic football. Exceptionally fast, exciting and the most popular game in Ireland after Gaelic football. The stick is called a hurley or camán.
Lacrosse; popular in North America - comes from ancient Native American games.
Stickball; most popular in North America.
Golf; played all over the world; may originate from the Netherlands and Scotland.
Field hockey; slower than ice hockey, but is regarded by many as having more finesse to it. Played in many countries around the world such as India or Germany.
Ice hockey; derives from hurling, shinty and field hockey, but played on ice. Popular mainly in the US, Canada, North America and some north European countries such as Iceland.
Shinty; a traditional Scottish game which derives from hurling.
Curling: a winter sport similar to shuffle board
Cricket: a sport similar to baseball played with a stick shaped like a long paddle
camogie and hurling they are the same sport and played in the same way but camogie is for girls and hurling is for boys
hockey and lacrosse but lax stick has a net on the end. does that still count?
Hokey, field hockey, sideline hockey.
Hockey as in Hockey Stick.
The Game of Ice hockey is played with a Puck.
that depends on the force exerted by the stick on the puck. they are directly related, in other words F(puck to stick)=F(stick to puck)
shooting or kicking a ball or puck into the a net, and getting it to the other side
hockey is a sport where you use a hockey stick and a ball.
[It's Newton's 3rd Law.]
Ice Hockey,Roller hockey,Underwater Hockey,Table HockeyShuffleboardand a few others to refer to a primary playing device of cylindrical slice of thickness typically less than the radius of the cylinder.
This depends on the flex rating/capability of the stick shaft, the strength of the stick blade and the power of the player shooting the puck.
To hide the puck, you can use black tape on the blade.
In ice hockey, a puck is a hard rubber disc, one inch thick, three inches in diameter. A hockey stick is used, as a tool, to propel a puck.