This site is a Sports Science resource where users read about National Hockey League players, coaches from the San Jose Sharks, and physicists and chemists. Included is information about ice, the qualities that make it a unique playing surface, why ice is slippery, mechanics of ice skating, hockey equipment, NHL goals, how players can shoot the puck over one hundred miles an hour, checking using physical force, and physical fitness. Links to other sites and mathematics formulas that show how much energy is expended in an open ice hit can also be found.


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