The ice hockey is a group sport

  • Ice hockey history:


    The ice hockey is a group sport on ice that skaters are aimed at hitting the opponent's goal. The hockey is mainly prevalent in northern North America (Canada and the northern part of the United States) and parts of Europe (Russia, Finland, Sweden, Czech Republic and Slovakia), one of the winter Olympic Games and one of the four major professional sports in North America. In Canada, hockey and bag hockey are winter ball and summer ball.


    The ice hockey originated in Canada in the 1950s and 1960s, and as the soldiers stationed in eastern Canada migrated and spread throughout Canada. The first regular match was held in December 1879 in Montreal. The first professional hockey team, Tim Lake team, was established in Michigan, USA, and then in 1904 the United States established the International Professional Hockey League. In 1908, the establishment of the International Amateur Hockey Federation in Europe, the Federation of the first game held in Glasgow, Scotland, the United Kingdom, Bohemia, Switzerland, France and Belgium for the first five Member States. In 1917, Canada established the National Hockey League.