An ice hockey game requires a ball. This sports equipment is made of vulcanized plastic or rubber. The diameter of it is 3 inches (7.62 cm), the thickness is 1 inch (2.54 cm), the weight is 156 to 170 grams. Ice hockey is played with sticks used for kicking, passing, and the ball.
The cane is a long thin stem with a flat extension at one end, called a hook. The sizes of clubs, as well as the materials with which they are made, vary widely depending on the athlete’s physical characteristics, working hands, preferences. A goalie stick is different from that of a normal player.
When playing hockey, athletes move around the field at high speed and move the ball at an even greater speed with the help of strikes. For this reason, great importance is given to the player’s protective devices.
Compulsory helmets and all shields and cushions in their form protect the athlete from bumps and bumps, falls and collisions with balls. Modern materials make it possible to make such protection as easy and as convenient as possible.
Hockey game begins
Any hockey game starts from the front center, where the puck is played by two players from opposing teams. The choice of half the field before the beginning of the first phase usually remains with the host of the meeting or is done heavily.
Teams must change their goals after each major or additional major period. Players and goalkeepers can be substituted at any time during the match or during stoppage time. Furthermore, the goalkeeper, if desired, can be replaced by a field player.
Goals in hockey
A goal is counted in a hockey match whenever the ball touches the target and completely crosses the finish line. The exception is the case when a player deliberately kicks the ball with his foot or hand or directs it at the goal by any means other than with his stick.
Additionally, goals scored online as a result of a direct rebound from the referee, or if the goal turns out to be moved, are not counted.
Hockey violations and penalties
In modern hockey rules, a large number of situations are listed, the appearance of ice on it is recognized as a violation by one or more players and fined by some of the most fines. concentration.
Among the most common violations in hockey are opponent hits and pushes, trips, delays and hooks, tricks against a player who does not possess the ball, play dangerously with a high club, slow play, as well as undisciplined and undisciplined behavior.