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Also known as the back line, the end line runs the width of the field. Procedures for taking a free-hit apply. A player positioned generally around the middle of the field for a team. Mt Sharp 1990 For Sale

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The shorter 55 Meter perimeter line. The rounded side of the hockey stick which is not permitted to be used during a match. A phrase used to describe the offence of using the rounded side of the stick during a match. The player in possession of the ball. A training aid used to project balls, usually at goalkeepers Ball Protection: An offence whereby a player prevents an opponent who is attempting to play the ball by shielding the ball from a legitimate tackle normally using their stick.

This must be spherical and can be made of any material usually plastic with a hard smooth or dimpled surface but indentations are permitted. Usually white in colour, although other colours may be used as agreed. Basic Grip A style of holding the stick, the right hand is placed near the bottom of the grip and the left hand is placed at the top of the grip. A seat where substitute players can sit often in the dugout. A term used to describe substitute players.

Passing the ball without first looking to see if there is a teammate prepared to accept possession. The common term for a player usually a goalkeeper preventing a shot at goal from crossing the goal-line. Also known as a save. The boards usually wooden , comprising the longer 36—44 metres perimeter of an indoor hockey pitch. Any curvature along the length of the stick which can not be more than 25mm when the stick is laid on a flat surface.

Also known as the rake of the stick. A piece of protective equipment, worn to protect the groin, often used by defenders during penalty corners. Also known as a cup. Breakaway When an offender beats the last defender and goes one-on-one against the goalie.

A re-start to a match when time or play has been stopped for an injury or for any other reason and no penalty has been awarded. The ball is placed on the ground between one player from each team who face each other with the goal they are defending to their right.

The two players start with their sticks on the ground to the right of the ball and then tap the flat faces of their sticks together once just over the ball after which either player is permitted to play the ball.

The action of changing the direction of a ball with the stick, with a short arm pushing movement. The metal grill fixed to the front of a goalkeepers helmet.

One player from each team who is responsible for the behaviour of all players on their team and for ensuring that substitutions of players are carried out correctly.

The playing surface of hockey playing fields that are constructed of man-made products. A personal penalty issued by the umpire to an offending player in the form of verbal warning. The centre halfback plays defence, offensive, and midfield while distributing the ball from side to side and front to back. The field is yards The playing position in the central area of the forward line, often with a wing forward on either side. A pass from the centre line of the field used to start the match or re-start the match after half-time and also after a goal has been scored.

The procedures for taking a free hit apply. Used to be known as pass-back or a push-back when players were only allowed to pass back into their own half until rules were changed to allow the ball to go forward into the oppositions half. The line across the pitch which divides it in half. An FIH tournament which is held between six countries including the country who finished last 6th place at the previous Champions Trophy and other countries that have not qualified for the Champions Trophy.

The winner of the Champions Challenge gains a place in the next Champions Trophy. An annual FIH tournament consisting of six countries made up of the winners of the previous Olympics Games, World Cup and Champions Trophy, the host country which changes each year and on even years the winner of the Champions Challenge.

The other countries qualify in order of those finishing second and in subsequent places at the last Olympic Games or World Cup, whichever was more recent. An action s by one or more defenders to use their body position and movement to apply pressure to the ball carrier forcing them into a less advantageous field position i.

A play used to draw a foul, it involves running into an opposing player with the intention of playing the ball. If the opposing player blocks the charge with her body, they can be called for obstruction.

A piece of protective equipment worn by a goalkeeper over the front of the upper body and can include attached shoulder and arm protection. When the ball, in possession of attacking team, enters the attacking circle. Otherwise known as the "shooting circle," the semi-circle mark in front of the goals. The area enclosed by and including the two quarter circles and the lines joining them at each end of the field opposite the centre of the back-lines.

A D-shaped arc marked inside the field by a solid line around the goals and opposite the centres of the back-line. An attacker must play the ball inside the circle for a goal to be scored. A defensive tactic used to dribble or hit the ball out of the yard area.

The movement of a player while controlling the ball closely with the head of the stick. A play that defensive players use to force the attacker into a position where the defender can take the ball. A body which is formed usually to play hockey in an organised competition.

Generally clubs will affiliate with associations. A ritual that begins a game and results in one team beginning the game with possession of the ball. A coin is flipped by the Umpire, and the team that guesses the correct side of the coin gets to either start the game with possession of the ball or choose which side of the field it will defend. The Commonwealth Games are held every four years between each Olympic Games. Automatic qualifiers for the hockey tournament are the host nation, the defending champion and the winner of each of the six Commonwealth Games regions.

A stick made in part, or wholly, from synthetic materials. A marker used to indicate the boundaries of the field. There is a flag in each corner of the field. A re-start to play after the ball is played, unintentionally by a defender or deflected by a goalkeeper, over the back-line and no goal is scored.

It is taken from a mark five metres from the corner of the field on the side-line nearest to where the ball crossed the back-line. Procedures for taking a free hit apply. Also known as a long corner. A tactic used by defenders to protect their goal by staying within a close distance of an opposing attacker. A pass that travels from the right side of the field to the left, or vice-versa. Horizontal section of the goal which joins the two goal-posts 2. Also known as a box.

To stand between two opposing players who may be able to pass to each other. D or the D: Also known as the circle, goal circle, shooting circle or striking circle.

Any action that could result in danger or injury to a player. Dangerous play could include a raised ball, an illegal tackle or playing the ball while lying on the ground.

The team which is trying to prevent a goal being scored. The group of players positioned at the defensive end of the field for their team and are also known as backs.

The player who is trying to prevent a goal being scored. The team player which who is trying to prevent a goal from being scored. The field players positioned closest to the defending goal in the formation. When the defending team takes possession of the ball from the attacking team.

The term used to describe when a player or goalie lunges forward to stop or propel the ball forward. A term used to describe the action of getting past an opponent by maneuvering the ball around her.

A style of holding the stick, both hands are placed at the top of the stick; the right hand is placed slightly below and on top of the left hand. Movement of the ball by the ball carrier usually across the body keeping the stick head in contact with the ball. Usually a more powerful variation of a normal flick made distinct by the slinging motion of the flick. It is often used by players when attempting to score at a penalty corner.

The result of a match ending with the scores tied. The act of controlling the ball with short strokes of the stick while on the move. This is often associated with indoor hockey. A hard hit made by putting both hands together at the top of the stick and striking the ball. An area usually along the sideline of the field of play for each team to stand or sit during a game. An elimination skill where a body movement and a feint to pass are used to move a defender one way before dragging the ball the other way and dribbling past them on that other side.

Also known as a feint. Edge of the Stick: The two areas of the stick between the handle and the head where the flat front and the rounded back sections of the stick meet. A term used to describe any manoeuvre used to get past an opponent or take the opponent out of the play. This is also known as a "dodge. The painted line that designates each end of the playing area. Also known as the back line, the end line runs the width of the field.

The portion of the end line between the posts of the goal is called the goal line. Two periods of play used to determine the winner of a match which is a draw at the conclusion of normal time. A piece of protective equipment worn by a field player either during a match for medical reasons or more normally when defending a penalty corner or penalty stroke. If face masks are not being worn for medical reasons they must then be removed at the completion of the penalty corner or penalty strokes.

Also known as a dummy. Field and Equipment Specifications: The technical specifications required of the field of play, field equipment, and playing equipment under the Rules of Hockey.

A goal scored from open, continuous play. A field player or substitute who takes the place of the goalkeeper when the starting goalkeeper is unavailable or has been substituted. This player is allowed to use her feet to stop the ball while inside the defensive shooting circle. In the event of a defensive penalty corner or a stroke, the kicking back must wear a throat protector, chest protector, and helmet. One of the participants on a team other than the goalkeeper.

The name for the playing area. An intentionally rough or dangerous play, as deemed by the Umpire. A player who commits a flagrant foul is issued a red card and ejected from the game. A pass that travels straight to the right or left to a teammate. A hit similar to the drive; both hands are placed together when striking the ball, but the stick is held lower on the grip.

The action of a player gaining control of a moving ball with the stick angled horizontally, or close to, the playing surface. Pushing the ball with the stick so that it is raised off the ground and often associated with the drag flick.

A term sometimes used to refer to a penalty stroke. The person who is known to take the drag-flick attempts at goal, usually from penalty corners. The movement of the stick after making contact with the ball, usually when the ball has been hit. A foul that results from kicking the ball or using the feet to gain an unfair advantage. This does not have to be intentional. The stick is held to the right of the body and the ball is played forward with the flat side of the stick facing forward.

Also known as the Fore-Stick Formation: The arrangement of players into their positions and roles on the field. Also known as a structure or system. A player s trying to score a goal. These players are often positioned at the offensive end of the pitch for their team. Also known as an attacker or striker. A penalty call given to a player who breaks one of the rules of the game.

A play awarded to a team when the opposition commits any infraction outside of the shooting circle. It takes place at or near the spot of the infraction, and all opposing players must stand at least five yards away from the player taking the hit. The post on the goal closest to the person taking the shot. A defender s usually positioned as one of the most defensive field players. Usually referred to a match of hockey Gauntlets: The old name for the style of glove worn by goalkeepers, now referred to as gloves or hand protectors.

When a player passes the ball to a teammate who receives the pass and immediately sends the ball right back to the player who originally passed it. This is an offensive tactic used to get around an opposing player. Common name for goalkeepers hand protectors. Protective equipment covering the hand s as worn by field players. A piece of wood that is inside the bottom part of the goal.

It is approximately 18 inches 45 centimeters high. The portion of the back line that is between the goal posts. The ball has to cross this line for a team to be awarded a goal. A strategy in marking used to describe a player standing between the opponent and the goal. Two vertical goal-posts joined by a horizontal cross-bar placed at the centre of each back-line.

Both the goal-posts and cross-bar have a rectangular cross-section. The dimensions of a hockey goal are 3. Indoor hockey goals are three metres wide by two metres high. The act of scoring. A goal is scored when the ball is played within the circle by an attacker and does not travel outside the circle before passing completely over the goal-line and under the cross-bar.

Goals can be scored as a field goal, penalty corner, penalty stroke or penalty goal. The one player on the field for each team who is allowed to use the kickers, leg guards, and a goalie stick to defend the goal.

The goalie also wears pads on the hands, but she cannot use those pads to swat the ball down. The goalkeeper wears a helmet and facemask, along with abdomen, chest and leg protectors. The back-line between the goal posts. The Box is in sharp condition! You will receive the item s pictured. This is five different 's Hockey Card Sets exactly as shown in photo - four factory sealed sets and a OPC hand collated set.

Missing s 27, Cards are in Near Mint condition! These cards are in factory set condition and include card numbers through These cards were received as part of a factory update set that included 5 gold and 1 signature cards but these cards ARE NOT included in this item.

The set is new and factory sealed. Please view photos and contact me with any questions you may have prior to purchasing. Items ship within 2 to 3 business days after payment. If you prefer a certain player shown on top, let us know and we'll see what we have. Players in the set include We have hundreds of thousands of cards that are not listed. Ken Hodge [All-Rookie Team]. Paul Coffey [ Point Club]. Mark Messier [ Point Club]. Dave Taylor [ Point Club]. Michel Goulet [ Point Club].

Dale Hawerchuk [ Point Club]. Trevor Kidd [Top Prospect]. Patrice Brisebois [Top Prospect]. Mark Greig [Top Prospect]. Kip Miller [Top Prospect]. Drake Berehowsky [Top Prospect]. Jason Marshall [Top Prospect]. Donald Audette [Top Prospect]. Guy Lafleur [Tribute Speed and Grace ]. Guy Lafleur [Tribute Awards and Achie].

Brett Hull [Season Leader]. Wayne Gretzky [Season Leader]. Marty McSorley [Season Leader]. Sergei Fedorov [Season Leader]. Al MacInnis [Season Leader]. Ed Belfour [Season Leader]. Brett Hull [ Highlight 50 Goa]. Wayne Gretzky [ Highlight Ca].