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1 The Game of Hockey By Kevin Koering

2 Hockey We will be beginning our unit on the game of Hockey. To play, you must learn about he game, its history, and how it is played. After this short lesson, you will be an expert on the game and we can begin to develop our skills to become future all- stars. We will be beginning our unit on the game of Hockey. To play, you must learn about he game, its history, and how it is played. After this short lesson, you will be an expert on the game and we can begin to develop our skills to become future all- stars.

3 What is Hockey? Hockey is a sport played on ice, inline rollerblades, or on foot in which two teams compete against each other, using a stick to try and hit a puck or ball into a goal.

4 History of the game

5 History Hockey is evolved from field hockey style games in Europe. Developed in Canada by British soldiers and immigrants. Adapted Field Hockey to be played in icy Canadian conditions. Hockey is evolved from field hockey style games in Europe. Developed in Canada by British soldiers and immigrants. Adapted Field Hockey to be played in icy Canadian conditions.

6 History 1873-The first organized Hockey game was developed The first professional hockey league was formed in Pennsylvania as the Western Pennsylvania Hockey League.

7 History The National Hockey League (NHL) was formed out of the National Hockey Association form Canada in 1917.NHL The NHL then expanded into the United States.

8 History Since 1917, the NHL has become the most successful and most popular Hockey league in the world. 30 teams and over 690 players from around the world. Since 1917, the NHL has become the most successful and most popular Hockey league in the world. 30 teams and over 690 players from around the world.

9 History Lord Stanleys Cup has been the championship trophy in the NHL since the 1800s. Lord Stanley was practically the founder of organized hockey and his cup was/is a national treasure in Canada. Original 1800s 2010

10 Rules and Regilations

11 Rules and Regulations Every Professional Hockey game is played by the same set of rules. The rules can and do change year to year along with the progression and evolution of the game. Almost every level under the professional level has slightly different rules, though all are developed and approved by USA HockeyUSA Hockey Every Professional Hockey game is played by the same set of rules. The rules can and do change year to year along with the progression and evolution of the game. Almost every level under the professional level has slightly different rules, though all are developed and approved by USA HockeyUSA Hockey

12 Rules and Regulations Points are accumulated by putting the puck into the opponents net. The team the scores the most goals in the 3 periods wins the game. Period times vary between leagues and age levels. Points are accumulated by putting the puck into the opponents net. The team the scores the most goals in the 3 periods wins the game. Period times vary between leagues and age levels.

13 Rules and Regulations As the game evolves, so does the equipment. From simply wearing warm clothes, to completely equipping players with pad from head to toe, including goaltenders. Along with the padding, sticks have also evolved from chunks of wood to scientifically molded composite materials with curved blades to improve control. As the game evolves, so does the equipment. From simply wearing warm clothes, to completely equipping players with pad from head to toe, including goaltenders. Along with the padding, sticks have also evolved from chunks of wood to scientifically molded composite materials with curved blades to improve control.

14 Rules and Regulations Body checking makes Ice Hockey one of the fastest and most physical sports. Body checking is only allowed in PeeWee (ages 10-12) and up. Roller Hockey and Street Hockey do not allow body checking. Body checking makes Ice Hockey one of the fastest and most physical sports. Body checking is only allowed in PeeWee (ages 10-12) and up. Roller Hockey and Street Hockey do not allow body checking.

15 Rules and Regulations The hockey stick is only used to manuver the puck and to separate the opponents stick from the puck. Any contact with a stick and the opponents body is a variety of penalties. Hooking, slashing, high stick, etc. The hockey stick is only used to manuver the puck and to separate the opponents stick from the puck. Any contact with a stick and the opponents body is a variety of penalties. Hooking, slashing, high stick, etc.

16 Rules and Regulations Any player who takes their hands off the stick and place their hands on another player or an opponent's stick is also a penalty. These offenses are often Roughing, Holding, Unsportsmanlike. In leagues above high school, excluding college, fighting is often aloud, with certain regulations and penalties. Any player who takes their hands off the stick and place their hands on another player or an opponent's stick is also a penalty. These offenses are often Roughing, Holding, Unsportsmanlike. In leagues above high school, excluding college, fighting is often aloud, with certain regulations and penalties.

17 Rules and Regulations Fighting, ironically has several involved. Only two players may be involved in a fight. No gloves and no sticks involved. Five minute penalties for the players who fight. Extra penalties for Instigation can be handed out if one person fights another without the other clearly engaging from the start of the fight. It is considered to be respectful for fighters to take off any face shield before a fight. Fighting, ironically has several involved. Only two players may be involved in a fight. No gloves and no sticks involved. Five minute penalties for the players who fight. Extra penalties for Instigation can be handed out if one person fights another without the other clearly engaging from the start of the fight. It is considered to be respectful for fighters to take off any face shield before a fight.

18 Player Positions UH-OH

19 Positions The game of hockey is played with six players. 3 Forwards 2 Defensemen 1 Goaltender

20 Positions Forwards Primary role is to press the offense and score goals. Also help out in the defensive zone. Center Takes faceoffs which are battles for the puck with the opposing center at the start of every play. Are often the only offensive players that play defense by their own goal. Right and Left Wingers Work with the center in maintaining control of the puck and scoring goals. Forwards Primary role is to press the offense and score goals. Also help out in the defensive zone. Center Takes faceoffs which are battles for the puck with the opposing center at the start of every play. Are often the only offensive players that play defense by their own goal. Right and Left Wingers Work with the center in maintaining control of the puck and scoring goals.

21 Positions Defense Primary objective is to prevent the opponents offense from shooting the puck at the goal. Often the most physical players on the rink. Also join in the offensive plays. Defense Primary objective is to prevent the opponents offense from shooting the puck at the goal. Often the most physical players on the rink. Also join in the offensive plays.

22 Positions Goaltender The last defense against the opponent scoring. Protects the net from being entered by the puck. Extra protective padding to protect against direct shots. The most important position

23 Lets Go Play! Now that you know about the game of hockey, lets learn how we will be playing in class. In class we do not have the same level of padding as they have in a regular league. There will be no sticks raised above the waist and no pucks lifted above the waist. No body checking will be allowed. Now that you know about the game of hockey, lets learn how we will be playing in class. In class we do not have the same level of padding as they have in a regular league. There will be no sticks raised above the waist and no pucks lifted above the waist. No body checking will be allowed.

24 Lets Go Play! If a penalty infraction occurs, the person who the penalty is committed against will be awarded a penalty shot. The player starts at the center line, approaches the opposing goal and gets one free attempt to score against the goaltender. If a penalty infraction occurs, the person who the penalty is committed against will be awarded a penalty shot. The player starts at the center line, approaches the opposing goal and gets one free attempt to score against the goaltender.

25 Lets Go Play! We will divide you up into two teams and set up a tournament. Every team will play at least six games during this tournament. After the six games every team will have a chance in the playoffs to win our Championship Cup that we will design and name in the coming days. We will divide you up into two teams and set up a tournament. Every team will play at least six games during this tournament. After the six games every team will have a chance in the playoffs to win our Championship Cup that we will design and name in the coming days.

26 Resources Resources y#History y#History h ttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_hocke y#History h ttp://www.usahockey.com/ h ttp://www.nhl.com/


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