BY:Haley Taylor

The modern game was invented in the mid-1850´s by British soldiers based in Canada.

Ice hockey teams usually consist of 6 players each, 1 goaltender and five players who skate up and down the ice trying to take the puck and score a goal against the opposing team.

There are two teams. The total number of players is 12 on the ice .

The total time to play the game is 60 minutes . The game is  divided into three periods, each of which last 20 minutes.

The  field dimensions  for playing Ice hockey is 200 feet long and 85 feet wide .Around the rink are 1 meter (40-48 inches) high walls called the boards.

Some strategies are you have to be fast, a good goalie, a good defense, keeping the puck in front of their goal.  


1.  Icing

2. offside Boarding

 - A violent check of a hockey player when they are facing the boards. They get smashed up against the boards and can get injured.

Cross-checking - checking another player with your hockey stick held in front of your body in both hands.

Elbowing - That's right no elbows. Use your shoulders!

High Sticking - hitting another hockey player above the shoulder with the stick.

Holding - grabbing another player or another player's hockey stick.

Hooking - using the hockey stick or blade to hold up another players progress.

Tripping - That's right you can't trip or you go to the penalty box. 

They each have a hockey stick. The puck is a flat, smooth, hard rubber disk.they have helmets, skates and padded gloves.


changes in the sports  

Goaltenders playing the puck 

The curved stick

Netting above the glass

The 1972 summit series 

Team USA shock the word in 1980

Hockey graces television 

The great one  


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