it depends on how sharp your ice skates are but no
Yes, the word 'skate' is a noun, one of a pair of skates (ice or roller). A skate is also a type of ray, a saltwater fish. The word skate is also a verb (skate, skates, skating, skated).
You can get a pair of ice hockey skates from a store like Dicks Sporting Goods or Sports Authority or even your local rink might sell these for a lower price skates.
The main equipment for Ice skating would be a pair of Ice Skates of course
Girls ice skates can be purchased many sports shops on the high street. However, if one wished to purchase ice skates online the following websites would be of use Amazon, Dick's Sporting Goods, Target, Best Buy Figure Skating and L.L. Bean.
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There is the Houston Skate and Dance shop which offers a lovely selection of ice skates. There is also a store called Dick's Sporting Goods which will stock them.
Ice skates are different because they have blades on them and they are designed differently than per Se roller skates. Roller skates have more padding and have wheels on them, while figure skates have blades on them. If one wanted to compare a figure skate to a hockey skate, for example, a hockey skate does not have toe-picks while a figure skate does. Hope this helps :)
I can tell you one thing... For good skates and a good coach to teach you, it coasts a LOT of money.
The biggest different between ice skates and roller skates besides the blade and the 4 wheels are------doing edging. what is edging any time you turn a corner or a turn you use an inside or outside edge. Ice skates blades are very narrow but they still have the inside/outside edges and you only have one blade per skate. Roller skates have four wheels wide apart but each wheel has an inside edge and an outside edge. With ice skates only having one blade you normal can "cut" a deeper edge. I had a problem with my dance roller skates that when I did a deep edge the wheels would slip--like a car going around a corner with ice. After a lot of research I found a vendor that found a skate wheel that may solve my problem. The wheel edges were a little wider and some what softer. I put myself up against a dear friend that was excellent ice skater and we actually via a camera was able to measure my new edged wheels!!
One can buy skates for hockey goalies at sports stores such as Modell's, Dick's or any skate shops at local ice rinks. One can also purchase these skates at online sites such the sports stores' online website.