Recent Examples of hockey from the Web
Campbell now will serve as a special adviser for the Hawks on both the hockey and business sides of the club.
Kentucky has been home to minor-league ice hockey teams, and the sport has a growing club presence around the Bluegrass State.
Summers were spent at camp, or playing football, lacrosse, and hockey.
Hockey• Everett Silvertips defenseman Kevin Davis was invited by the Minnesota Wild to participate in its development camp.
The celebration included performances by a teen-aged Elvis impersonator and Jim Cornelison, who sings the national anthem for Blackhawk hockey games at the United Center.
PANTHERS/NHL: Free agency is on; will Cats lose Jagr?: Doesn't get NBA attention, but hockey free agency also began Saturday.
This camp will introduce and teach the basic skills of field hockey including stick and ball handling, passing, receiving, shots and game rules.
Gold has history with the Bulls hockey organization.
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Origin and Etymology of hockey
perhaps from Middle French hoquet shepherd's crook, diminutive of hoc hook, of Germanic origin; akin to Old English hōc hook
First Known Use: 1527See Words from the same year
HOCKEY Defined for Kids
Definition of hockey for Students
: a game played on ice or in a field by two teams who try to drive a puck or ball through a goal by hitting it with a stick
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