The phrase ice hockey is a noun. Ice 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.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the phrase ice hockey.
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.
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.
The following articles provide recent ice hockey-related news.
The United States topped Canada 4-1 to claim the bronze medal at the ice hockey championship on Sunday. Chris Kreider led the U.S. with two goals. ...
Associated Press. Los Angeles Times. Sunday, 20 May 2018 09:25:00 PDT.
(Reuters) - Switzerland booked their place in Sunday's Ice Hockey World Championship final against reigning champions Sweden after a shock 3-2 win over Canada on Saturday.
Reuters. Saturday, 19 May 2018 15:58:43 -0400.
Two young players involved in a fatal bus crash carrying a junior ice hockey league team were misidentified, but the mistake was only realised after their families had been incorrectly notified.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Tuesday, 10 Apr 2018 12:08:59 +1000.
The following digital image illustrates the phrase ice hockey.
Playing Ice Hockey with a Hockey Stick and a Hockey Puck