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How To Hockey

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How To:Hockey
By Abbey Monacchio
Hockey started on march 3rd, 1875
The goal of this sport is to try and win games, and not lose games so you
can get 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place.
You play hockey on an ice rink. it can be outside or inside.
people say things like,
Assist, Breakaway, deke,
Hat trick, and draw.
This sport began in montreal canada.
the equipment you
need to play are the
following: helmet,
elbow pads,body pad,
shoulder pad, gloves,
shin guards, padded
pants,skates, facemask,
and
a mouthguard.
Martin Brodeur was a famous hockey goalie player and he was very famous until he retired and became goalie manager for the Blues. He played until 2015. He was a goalie for the New Jersey Devils, and the Blues. He won the Stanley Cup 3 times for the New Jersey Devils, and 0 for the Blues. He played on the Devils longer.
The National Hockey League (NHL) was founded on November 22, 1917.
Before 1914, referees used to place the puck on the ice between the players’ sticks for faceoffs. This led to many cuts, bruises and even broken hands for the referees. Starting in 1914, the referees were allowed to drop the puck between the players’ sticks.
The Stanley Cup is named after a former Canadian Governor General, Lord Stanley of Preston, who donated the trophy in 1893.
Wildcats won
Vikings lost
THANKS FOR WATCHING!!!
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