Please submit sites for chat rooms, forums, and message boards that generally discuss ice hockey. If the site is for a specific league, please submit it only to the Chat and Forums category for that league.This category contains online chat rooms, forums, and message boards for hockey. Some are generic hockey chats and forums; some include a cross-section of specialized forums.
Please submit sites about the ACHA and its teams to this category or one of the subcategories.There is currently no description created for this category.
Please submit sites dedicated to hockey images to this category. However, if the site is devoted to a particular league or team, please submit the site to that category.Sites with images and photos of hockey are found in this category.
Please do not submit sites here; instead, please find the most appropriate league for your site and submit it there. If the league you are seeking is unlisted, please submit it to the most appropriate category (i.e., junior, youth, etc.) with a comment saying "League not listed."This category contains sites about ice hockey leagues and teams, categorized by type.
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Please submit sites about ice hockey news and media to this category. However, if the site is about a specific type of ice hockey (i.e., NHL, professional minor league hockey), or junior leagues please find the most appropriate category and submit the site there.This category contains links to news and media resources related to ice hockey, such as magazines and e-zines, publications, books, TV and radio.
Only ice hockey news and media sites of a general natures will be listed in this category.
Please submit sites about individual players or players on a specific team to the most specific category. Please submit generic sites about hockey players to this category.Sites about individual players, players on a specific team, or ice hockey players in general are found in this category.
Please submit sites about ringette to this category.Ringette was developed an a winter sport for women as an alternative ice sport. It is played on any standard ice hockey rink, with the addition of free pass circles and without the use of the red line. There are five skaters and a goalie for each team. The object is to score goals on the net of your opponent. A straight stick, with a tapered end and a metal tip, similar to a hockey stick with no blade, is used to pass an 8" hollow blue rubber ring between team mates, and over the blue lines. There are 2 fifteen to twenty minute periods, depending on the age level.
Please submit sites devoted to ice hockey rules and officiating to this category.Sites concerning ice hockey rules and officiating.
Please submit sites about the science of ice hockey to this category.Sites about the science of ice hockey, such as the physics of skate blades moving across the ice, or the science of creating an ice rink.
Please submit sites about sled hockey to this category.Sledge or sled hockey is played mainly by people with various lower extremity disabilities. Players use their arms to propel themselves on specially designed sleds by digging the picks, on the ends of two short hockey sticks, into the ice and pulling forward.
Please submit sites for ice hockey tournaments to this category.This category contains sites about ice hockey tournaments.
Please submit general sites about ice hockey training to this category. Please submit sites about camps, clinics, and schools to that subcategory.This category contains sites about ice hockey training, playing tips, coaching advice, clinics, schools, and camps.
Before submitting your information for inclusion in this catagory, please follow the below instructions so that we can process your submission quickly and without delay.Sites about women's hockey, women's hockey teams, women hockey players and fan sites are found in this category. LEAGUE pages should be submitted to: Sports/Hockey/Ice Hockey/Leagues/Women
Please include a FULL description of what your site is about as well as it''s contents. In other words, tell us what a visitor can expect to find when they visit your site.
Please refrain from using promotional language or hype about your team or organization. Leave that for your site to show.
Try to refrain from using "we" and "our" throughout the description.
DO NOT submit sites which are not fully functional as they WILL NOT be added to the listing! Only fully fuctioning sites, please.
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