A hockey game is composed of three different periods. Each of these periods last for 20 minutes and have a 15-minute intermission between each one.Know More
Each of the periods contain the plays that are necessary for one of the teams to win the game. These plays may involve breaks in the timer and may cause each of the periods to take longer than the period is truly meant to last. During each of the three periods, the teams will switch ends. The side that the team starts and ends on is the same, and it is predetermined before the game.
When the game is over, if there is no winner due to a draw in the game, players will be able to go into a sudden victory round. The length of time of this round is dependent on the type of hockey that is being played, but can last between 5 and 15 minutes. When there is a tie at the end of a sudden victory, players will participate in a penalty shoot out. The game winning penalty shoot will determine which team is the winner in the event that there is a tie after sudden victory periods.Learn More
There are three periods in a regulation-length hockey game. Hockey is not played in quarters; each game is divided into three frames: the first, second and third periods.Full Answer >
The state of New York is home to 11 major and minor professional hockey teams, as of 2014. Three are in the National Hockey League, six in the American Hockey League, one in the East Coast Hockey League and one in the Federal Hockey League.Full Answer >
There are 16 players on a field hockey team. Eleven players take the field at a time with five substitutes on the sideline. The players on the field typically consist of 10 players and one goalie, though the goalie may be pulled in exchange for an extra attack player.Full Answer >
According to the 2013 International Ice Hockey Federation survey, there are 1.64 million registered hockey players in the world. The three countries with the most hockey players (in order) are Canada, the United States and the Czech Republic.Full Answer >