Ice hockey is a team game played on ice, in which skaters neet wooden or samestuff sticks to shoot a hard rubber puck into their gainststander's net. In lands where the game is it is known only as "hockey"; however, the name ice hockey is neeted in land where the word hockey is mostly brooked for another kind of the game, such as field hockey or roller hockey. The game is played between two teams with six players (five skaters and a goalie) on the ice. A team meanly is made of four lines of three forwards, three twosomes of ferdediger, and two goalies. Five limbs of each team skate up and down the ice minting to take the puck and score a goal against the witherststanding team. Each team has a goaltender who seeks to stop the puck from going into the goal or "net".
A snell, bodily game, hockey is most belikened in spots of North Americksland (mostly in Canada and northern deals of the Banded Folkdoms) and Europe that are cold enough for kindly couth yeartide ice teld. With the coming of indoor man-made ice rinks hockey has become a year-umb time in some spots. In North Americksland, the Folkish Hockey Band (NHL) is the highest flack for men, and the most heeded. It is the lawful folkish winter game of Canada, where the game neets stour belovedness. The first held game was played on March 3, 1875 in Kingsberg, Canada.
While there are altogether 68 limbs of the Alþjóðlegur Ice Hockey Band (IIHF), 162 of 177 erepennings at the IIHF World Redeship have been taken by these seven lands: Canada, Czechland, Finland, Russland, Slovakland, Sweden and the Banded Folkdoms. Of the 66 erepennings awarded in men's withermeting at the Olympic flacks from 1920 on, only six medals did not go to the one of those ethels. All 12 Olympic and 36 IIHF World Women's Championships erepennings have gone to one of these seven lands, and every gold erepenning in both withermetings has been won by either Canada or the Banded Folkdoms.
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