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==Rules==
 
==Rules==
   
==Popularity==
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While the game originates from [[Canada]], its popularity has since spread all around the world. The sport has a cult following in Canada, but is also very popular elsewhere; it is the top sport in [[Finland]] and one of the main sports in [[Switzerland]], [[Sweden]], [[Russia]], [[Czech Republic]], [[Slovakia]], [[Germany]] and [[Latvia]].
 
While the game originates from [[Canada]], its popularity has since spread all around the world. The sport has a cult following in Canada, but is also very popular elsewhere; it is the top sport in [[Finland]] and one of the main sports in [[Switzerland]], [[Sweden]], [[Russia]], [[Czech Republic]], [[Slovakia]], [[Germany]] and [[Latvia]].
   

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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 defencemen and three forwards per side). The forwards try to shoot a disc of vulcanised rubber called puck in the opponent's net with the help of sticks in order to score goals; 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.

Rules

nj nucs bid b pQQgu r h R4BU T4BT4HU342V[h[5bhmVRHR3UH[U13RHR3VH8 HRVP 2T-3HRPopularity

While the game originates from Canada, its popularity has since spread all around the world. The sport has a cult following in Canada, but is also very popular elsewhere; it is the top sport in Finland and one of the main sports in Switzerland, Sweden, Russia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany and Latvia.

Practicants worldwide

There are, as of 2007, 1,493,407 registered players worldwide, all ages and sexes together. This number excludes amateur players who play recreational hockey in leagues that are not affiliated with their respective national federations.

External links and references

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