Ice Hockey – The Game Plr Ebook

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Ice Hockey International Competitions    3
Professional or Amateur – Which One Are You?    3
Beyond the Game: Developing Sportsmanship    4
Comparing Ice Hockey and Field Hockey    4
Gear and Equipment Necessary for Ice Hockey    5
History of Ice Hockey    6
History of Ice Hockey as an Olympic Sport    7
History of Sledge Hockey    7
Ice Hockey: The Object of the Game    8
Ice Hockey as a Sport    9
Ice Hockey – Not a Sport for the Weak    9
Ice Hockey Play Times and Overtime    10
Issuance and Reasons for Ice Hockey Penalties    10
Learn the Game Well Before You Compete    11
Notable Ice Hockey Attendance Records    12
World Championships in Ice Hockey    13
Purpose of Officials in ice Hockey    13
Rules of Sledge Hockey    14
Tactics of Ice Hockey    15
Rules of Ice Hockey    15
The Competitive Angle of Ice Hockey    16
The Importance of Safety Equipment    17
The Presence of Ice Hockey in Popular Culture    17
Using Ice Hockey to Stay in Shape    18
Women’s Ice Hockey and the Olympics    18

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Ice Hockey International Competitions

Professional ice hockey players do not always find themselves on their home ground. With so many different competitions it is easy for a team to become involved in a variety of international competitions throughout the world. This may not necessarily be the case with semi-professional teams, but if you are with a professional ice hockey team it is more than likely you will find yourself travelling around the world to compete. The more popular your team the more likely you are to become involved in international competitions. The reason you will not necessarily find this to be the case with semi-professional or amateur teams is because many of them involved players who are not full-time athletes and therefore are not free to travel around the world on a regular basis.

When a player is part of the team for the Olympic Games competition, he or she will of course need to be wherever the completion is held. However, this may be an international competition or it may be on your home ground depending on the host for that year. In the past, this competition was strictly for amateur athletes and was designed to give them recognition for their skills. Ice hockey was not always a part of the Olympic Games but in recent years it was added as a permanent fixture to the program. Prior to that ice hockey was only a part of the Winter Games instead of being added along with figure skating competition. Becoming a part of ice hockey international competitions can help an up and coming athlete show his or her skills on a wider scale.

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