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College Hockey

ByLonnie Myers

Aug 19, 2022

A puck, a hard, spherical disc, is moved between two teams of players using a hockey stick in the sport of hockey. College-level hockey is also practiced, and each college or institution may field a team in this activity. Hockey competitions between colleges can take at any time of year. The infrastructure, direction, funding, and support required for hockey development are offered by many colleges. Different teams and clubs may exist in colleges.

There may be multiple hockey teams and support groups at one college.

Field hockey, ice hockey, roller hockey, and its many variations, including Air hockey, Ball hockey, Bandy, Broomball, Bubble hockey, Floorball, and Foot hockey, may all be played at the college level.

Indoor air hockey is played on a customized surface called an air hockey table with a puck. Similar to ice hockey, ball hockey is played with a ball instead of a puck. On an ice surface the size of a football, bandy is a type of hockey that is typically played in the open. On a table covered with plastic, bubble hockey is played. The sport of floorball, sometimes known as floor hockey, is played in a gym with a hollow ball and a plastic stick. Additionally, a tennis ball without hair is used, and players only use their feet to play foot hockey. An ice hockey variation made specifically for female players is called ringette. It makes use of a rubber ring and a straight stick. Inline hockey with a ball is known as skater hockey. Indoor table hockey is typically played on a flat surface, such as a tabletop.

On the bottom of a pool, underwater hockey is played.

On its website, the National Hockey League (NHL) lists the names of hockey franchises. The New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Atlanta Thrashers, and Carolina Hurricanes are just a few of the teams mentioned. Chicago Blackhawks, Columbus Blue Jackets, Calgary Flames, Colorado Avalanche, Anaheim Mighty Ducks, and St. Louis Blues are a few further instances.


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