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  • Common Terms Used in Hockey

    I have watched a hockey game live and never tried to played it. I think watching this sport on some movies helped me learned some terms that are really basic. These common terms are goal, goal line, rebound and quarterback.
    What are those other Hockey terms that you know?

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    There are two types of hockey, on the ice and on the grass. ​I suppose you're thinking of ice hockey.
    I've heard of these terms: ​Attacking zone, Cherry picking, Coincidental penalties, Faceoff specialist, Goal line saves, Head-butting, Ice Resurfacer, Left wing lock, Power forward, Saucer pass and Snap shot.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by gggagggi View Post
      There are two types of hockey, on the ice and on the grass. ​I suppose you're thinking of ice hockey.
      I've heard of these terms: ​Attacking zone, Cherry picking, Coincidental penalties, Faceoff specialist, Goal line saves, Head-butting, Ice Resurfacer, Left wing lock, Power forward, Saucer pass and Snap shot.
      I forgot to think about those two types of hockey and yes, I am thinking about the ice hockey. I am really not that familiar with this sports.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by gggagggi View Post
        There are two types of hockey, on the ice and on the grass. ​I suppose you're thinking of ice hockey.
        I've heard of these terms: ​Attacking zone, Cherry picking, Coincidental penalties, Faceoff specialist, Goal line saves, Head-butting, Ice Resurfacer, Left wing lock, Power forward, Saucer pass and Snap shot.
        yeah those are some of the common terms in terms of hockey that are common in the ice version of the sport swhen the different type of shots and the different positions that players are named for playing in each game.

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        • #5
          I am not familiar with this sports and just watched a game or two of it on television.

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          • #6
            Through watching sports matches often, you can really learn the common terms and be familiarized with it.

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