The word hockey is a noun. Hockey means (1) a game played on an ice rink by two opposing teams of 6 skaters each who try to knock a flat round puck into the opponents' goal with hockey sticks, (2) hockey played on a field; two opposing teams use curved sticks to drive a ball into the opponents' net.
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Americans play four different types of hockey: ice hockey, rink hockey, field hockey, and in-line roller hockey. In addition to hockey sticks, each type of hockey requires specialized equipment.
Ice hockey, street hockey, and field hockey are variants of the same game played with a curved stick and a puck or ball. Links to hockey equipment suppliers are included on the page.
Professional hockey was introduced in 1917 with four Canadian teams: the Montreal Canadiens, the Montreal Wanderers, the Ottawa Senators, and the Quebec Bulldogs.
The National Hockey League was founded in Canada in 1917. The website contains a full history of both hockey and the NHL and the origins of the Stanley Cup, which has been given to the winning NHL team since 1892. Viewers can also see team rankings, information about players, teams, scores, games, fantasy hockey, hall of fame, the shop, and much more.
Roller skating and rollerblading are two popular forms of skating. Learn more about skating and find links to skating equipment manufacturers and other sporting goods stores.
Learn about ice skating and roller skating and view photographs of ice skaters and roller skaters. Information about ice skates and roller skates is included on the page.
Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, the National Football League, and the National Hockey League comprise the four major professional sports leagues in North America.
The following articles provide recent hockey-related news.
Emerson Etem was the face of the Southern California hockey movement when he broke into the NHL six years ago. He was the local boy who made it. ...
Curtis Zupke. Los Angeles Times. 일, 16 9월 2018 18:10:00 PDT.
Swedish star Henrik Zetterberg, who was named MVP of the 2008 Stanley Cup finals, announced his retirement Friday after 15 seasons in the American National Hockey League.
The Local. Saturday, 15 Sep 2018 14:26:53 +0200.
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