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a helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey gloves, shin pads, and a gurdle
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football and baseball and basketball for sure hockey isn't as famous
Shin pads shoulder pads apex
Yes but it is harder to do. I use street ones its kind of hard but you get used to it.
My guess would be Ice Hockey. Given that American football players wear shoulder and leg pads as well as a helmet; ice hockey players are required to wear a helmet, shoulder p…ads, padded pants, elbow pads, and shin/knee pads. Don't forget the padded skates, gloves, and mouthguards!
Hockey pads have been an important part of safety at all levels of the game, even for those who play just for fun. The first time a player donned pads was in the 1880s.
a very important person in hockey is Alexander ovechkin he brought a whole new level to hockey.
To protect your knees against both impact and abrasions if you should take a fall.
shoulder pads shin pads
The game of ice hockey probably evolved from the game of field hockey that was played in Northern Europe for hundreds of years. The modern version of ice-hockey finds its orig…ins in the rules laid down by a Canadian named J G Creighton. His rules were implemented in the first game of ice hockey played in Montreal, Canada in the year 1875.
It most likely decended form soccer
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hockey is most popularly played in Canada
making them out of couches people threw out was the best to make street hockey goalie pads.....brilliant to wrap them in hard plastic love sliding across the floor SAVE......w…oot
For helmets it's reebok for gloves warrior shoulder pads CCM elbow pads reebok and pants warrior
not even close. No one has died playing hockey in the NHL or it's minor leagues and very few have died playing in junior, university and international leagues. The most dang…erous is probably either Formula One racing which has more than 40 or 50 deaths. Or maybe motorcycle racing which has more than 100 deaths over the various circuits. Also, if you're just talking in terms of degrading health effects, then the NFL probably has it beat with the number of registered debilitating conditions, concussions, paralyzing spinal injuries, and broken major bones claimed by former players.