Benefits of Ball Hockey in Canada

People have different expectations from what they believe to be an exciting game. Some people like the competition, others like team play in group games, while others simply love the excitement of being in the spotlight. Believe it or not, ball hockey comes to meet most people`s expectations. Ball hockey is known for giving all the players a chance to move around. There is a lot of energy required, and putting the physical effort is usually what brings on the endorphines that make you feel so much better after a game of ball hockey. Despite common belief, ball hockey is a highly available sport. There`s no restriction other than personal medical ones each person should consider. Ball hockey goes beyond age and gender, as it offers the same excitement for all those who get involved. If you`re looking for an inviting spot that makes everyone feel welcome, you`ve to find it. Make sure you use it to spend quality time with your friends, while also benefiting from an amazing workout. A lot like yoga!
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The History Of Ice Skating

Have you ever thought about the origin of ice skating? How has it evolved through all of this year in the history? Where did the idea come from and who was the first person to put on those skate blades and glide across the frozen lake? How and when did it turn into a sport? We have taken the liberty of mapping the entire timeline in order to walk you thoroughly through the evolution of ice skating over the years.

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Hockey History Lesson #1

The word “hockey” may well derive from the old French word “bouquet” which was a shepherd’s crook or from the Dutch word “cookie”. This was an old word for a doghouse, which may have been used as a goal. Field hockey history, however, seems to be traceable much further back… 4,000 years ago someone drew pictures in an Egyptian tomb of a sport that looks very much like field hockey. Ice hockey history does not date back this far, and the oldest recorded history is a Dutch painting from the 17th Century, which clearly shows some form of the game being played. Thanks so much to Duane who helped us get this information and you can find out more about his business here.

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