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'''Ice hockey''' is a sport that is the main focal point of this wiki. It is a team winter sport played on [[ice]]. Two teams meet on the ice and send 6 players on the ice at the same time (one [[goaltender]], two [[defenceman|defencemen]] and three [[forward]]s per side). The forwards try to shoot a disc of vulcanised rubber called [[puck]] in the opponent's [[net]] with the help of [[stick]]s in order to score [[goal]]s; the team that scores the most win the match.
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'''Ice hockey''' is a team winter sport played on [[ice]]. Two teams meet on the ice and send 6 players on the ice at the same time (one [[goaltender]], two [[defenceman|defencemen]] and three [[forward]]s per side). The forwards try to shoot a disc of vulcanised rubber called [[puck]] in the opponent's [[net]] with the help of [[stick]]s in order to score [[goal]]s; the team that scores the most win the match.
   
 
A typical match lasts 60 minutes and is separated into three periods of 20 minutes each. At the end of the 60 minutes (called [[regular time]]), should both teams have scored the same number of goals, in most leagues, an [[overtime]] period will follow, with various rules to tell a winner.
 
A typical match lasts 60 minutes and is separated into three periods of 20 minutes each. At the end of the 60 minutes (called [[regular time]]), should both teams have scored the same number of goals, in most leagues, an [[overtime]] period will follow, with various rules to tell a winner.
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==External links and references==
 
==External links and references==
 
* http://www.iihf.com/iihf-home/the-iihf/survey-of-players.html
 
* http://www.iihf.com/iihf-home/the-iihf/survey-of-players.html
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[[Category:Ice Hockey]]
 
[[Category:Ice Hockey]]
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