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The common hockey injuries that occur are wrist, elbow, shoulder, back, hip, knee, and head injuries. However, because of the nature of play, there are only ways to prevent a few of these injuries. Wrist injuries can be prevented by players simply bracing themselves against boards with their...Read More

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Yes, women play hockey. Records of women playing hockey have been recorded as early as the 1890s. A challenge women’s match was held in 1902 between the Ladies Clubs of Trois Rivieres and Montreal at the time where there was no organized leagues or tournaments Women have competed in...Read More

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There are hockey teams for women at all levels. In the United States, women can play as a part of the NCAA (college teams) and on the US national team. The United States is not the only country that has a platform for women to play because Korea and Canada also have teams, a national team and a...Read More

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Yes, there are a few countries that enjoy the sport. Of the many countries, the ones who do love the sport are in North and South America. Canada, of course, has deep love for the game, as does the United States and Bolivia. The sport is growing as well in Mexico. In Europe, there are a number...Read More

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The National Hockey League started on the 26th of November 1917 in Montreal, Canada. The league was founded after the demise of its predecessor league, the National Hockey Association (NHA). The new league was formed as an effort to remove the owner of the Toronto Blue shirts, Eddie...Read More

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Hockey players face an amalgam of industries, but some of the most common include: Common injuries occur to the wrist, elbows, shoulders, and head. Wrist injuries are caused from falls that happen when the hands are out in front of the player or when there is contact with the board which forces...Read More

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Hockey fields are always kept wet and the way is clear. The area is made of grass and hard ground. The wet turf has significant advantages over dry turf. The first advantage is that it allows the ball to slide across the field and aids passing and shooting.
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It is true that in the list of popular sports world wide only ice hockey comes anywhere near consideration.This is a shame since field hockey, for instance, has so many health benefits. (Provided the best protective clothing is worn!) It is a great cardio workout being a form of cardiovascular...Read More

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The field hockey was introduced first to the Olympics before the ice hockey. The field hockey started as a men’s competition at the 1908 Games in London. The first women’s Olympic field hockey was held at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow.
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Currently, there are 31 teams that make up the league (24 of them from the United States and 7 of them from Canada). There are two conferences each one divided into two divisions. The two conferences are the Eastern and Western. The Eastern Conference is broken down into the Metropolitan and...Read More

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