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Hockey is an interactive team sport that involves shooting a small round puck into a net guarded by players called goalies. Lots of protective gear is needed in this sport, such as pads and helmets, along with playing equipment like sticks and skates. You can play the game of hockey either on the ice or on a field. Just like kids and adults belong to baseball clubs and soccer clubs, people can also belong to hockey clubs. Some clubs are designed for kids in elementary and middle school, or junior high, while others are for adult leagues. Being part of a club means you get regular playing time with the same group of players in various positions, competing for trophies and awards with other similar players form your area, all under the guidance of coaches. Members may also take part in parties, fundraising efforts, game events, tournaments, and other fun activities. Some clubs don’t even focus on competition; it’s just a chance for people who love hockey to come together and play once a week. Some hockey clubs are affiliated with town recreation departments and schools, with teams playing against each other. Other hockey clubs are independent and are formed privately, whether for ice or field turf play. Men and women can purchase the goods they need at a sporting goods store, where they can be fitted for skates, pads, and sticks, as well as purchase bags, balls, and pucks. These stores also sell roller skates for men and women, along with inline skates. It’s thought that ice hockey first originated in the 1800s in Canada. In the past several decades, hockey, especially on a professional level, has become more popular to watch. Even kids can get in on the action, with students as young as six taking to the ice.
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Puck Hog Hockey LLC
371 Carerra Dr, Lancaster, PA 17601
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Achieve Performance Hockey Systems
N/A, Bordentown, NJ 08505
Contact us at (877) 647-2065 in Bordentown, NJ, for more information about our hockey lessons.
(609) 947-3994
Flyers Skate Zone
601 Laurel Oak Rd, Voorhees, NJ 08043
The Flyers Skate Zones are community ice skating facilities that play host to numerous events including public skating, lesson programs, birthday parties, and much more.
(856) 309-4400
Reading Railers
35 N 6th St Ste 101, Reading, PA 19601
(610) 698-9466
Phantoms Hockey
Allentown, PA 18105
(610) 224-4625
Hockey House
3333 County Line Rd, Chalfont, PA 18914
(215) 822-5027
Main Stream Hockey
1621 Mearns Rd, Warminster, PA 18974
(215) 669-6577
Lancaster Dek Hockey Inc
507 Hand Ave, Lancaster, PA 17602
(717) 392-1151
Iceworks Ice Skating Rink
3100 Dutton Mill Rd, Aston, PA 19014
(610) 497-2200
Bauer Hockey Training Center
3100 Dutton Mill Rd, Aston, PA 19014
(484) 490-5072
Hat Trick Hockey Sports Hub
12 Old Boston Rd, Pittston, PA 18640
(570) 602-4231
Trenton Devils
650 S Broad St, Trenton, NJ 08611
(609) 599-9500
Susquehanna Sports Center
1001 Bosler Ave, Lemoyne, PA 17043
(717) 763-4423

Hockey clubs can often give you the opportunity that you need to play this team sport on a variety of fields, including ice rinks, field turf, and roller skate rinks when the ice is not available. The coaches for hockey club teams should also be able to teach you about using the puck, ball, and stick while playing a variety of positions including net and goal positions. Before you decide to join a team, though, you should make sure that they can give you the services that you need to improve your game. First, you should find out if they have teams for your sex, age group, and level of skill. Traditionally, women choose to play field hockey. Ladies' field hockey games are similar to the regular sport except that they play on turf fields. If you are an older person or youth, then you should make sure that the sports club has a team that is appropriate for you. Ask them if they use ice or inline skates for their training. Ask the club coordinators if they participate in events like competitions and minor league tournaments. This will give you a chance to show off your skills while you pursue an award. If you think that the organization can give you the coaching and competitive challenges that you are interested in, then you should ask them if they have any member dues that you will have to pay. Ask them what additional benefits you will get with your membership too.
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