Type
Crossword
Description

It is used to start the game and restart the game after a goal is scored. Face Off
When a player shoots or passes with the bottom hand pulling the stick forward. Forehand
When a player shoots or passes with the bottom hand pushing the stick backwards. Backhand
The act of pushing or passing the puck up and down the court. Dribbling
When a single player scores 3 goals in the same game. Hat Trick
Players who commit infractions during the game go to this spot to sit out for alloted time period. Penalty Box
Illegal use of the hockey stick to hook another player. Hooking
Consequence given for roughing, high sticking, hooking, or other misconduct fouls that are illegal. Penalty
Penalty called when a player lifts the blade of their stick above the waist, winds up, or follows through when attemting to hit the puck. High Sticking
n illegal shot that involves swinging the stick behind, slapping the puck, and the follow through brings the stick high. Slapshot
Game played in P.E. using only sticks, a puck, and goal. FloorHockey
This person protects the goal from the opposite team trying to score. Goalie

Hockey Crossword

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Crossword
Description

What the players use instead of a ball. puck
Where to put the puck to score a goal. net
What the players skate on. ice
The opposition gets a penalty, so you're on a... powerplay
When you score three goals in a game. Hattrick
The puck drops at the... Faceoff
A player that keeps the puck to themselves. puckhog
Canada's National Sport. Hockey
If you break the rules, you get a... penalty
When you pull your stick back in the air and take a shot. Slapshot
When you pull your stick back on the ice (with the puck on the ice) and then take a shot. Snapshot
When you pull the puck back with your stick and take a shot by flicking your wrists. wristshot
When you put the puck in the net. goal
The player that protects the net. goalie
If after the thrird period of play, if there is a tie, you go into... overtime
If overtime is concluded and still a tie game, you enter into a... shootout
The person who directs all the players. coach
The team leader. Captain
A group of hockey players is called a... team
What you use to shoot and pass the puck. stick

Hockey terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

fake by a player in possession of the puck in order to get around an opponent or to make a goalie move out of position deke
usually try to stop the opponent's play at their own blue line. Defensemen
gain possession of the puck in the corners of the rink Dig
often used by a team defending against a power play Diamond
exaggerates being hooked or tripped in an attempt to draw a penalty Dive
area in the opening between a goalie's leg pads Five-Hole
where the puck remains on the surface of the ice. A.K.A. Saucer Pass Flat Pass
achieved when the entire puck crosses the goal line and enters the net Goal
main job is to keep the puck from entering the goal net Goaltender
who scores three goals in one game achieves a Hat trick
central ice area between the two blue lines Neutral zone
result of an infraction of the rules by a player or team official Penalty
you use your body against an opponent who has possession of the puck Body Check
An offensive rush when there is no opponent between the puck carrier and the opposition's goalie Breakaway
Violently checking an opponent into the boards from behind Boarding

Street Hockey Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What sport is street hockey similar to? Ice Hockey
What do you use instead of a puck? ball
How many players are there total on each team? six
How many forwards do you have? three
How many defenders do you have? two
What starts the game? Face off
Where does the game start? Center Line
Where is the ball if it is passed back from the sidelines? out of bounds
What is the number one rule in street hockey? Stick on the ______. ground
When handling a street hockey sick your non-dominate hand should be on the? Knob
When handling the stick in street hockey you dominate hand should be half way down the? Shaft
What is the curved rubber end of the hockey stick called? Blade
What is important when staying open for a pass? Spacing
Who is considered to be an offensive player sticking to the right side of the center? Right Wing
Who is considered to be an offensive player sticking to the left side of the center? Left Wing
Who can prevent the opposing team from scoring and may pass the ball to their own team or cover the ball to stop play? Goalie
When a player passes the ball to a teammate who is able to shoot on net and score. Assist
Short, small movements of the ball on either side of the blade where the player can maintain control and ward off their opponent. Stick Handle
When the offensive team has a player in the opposing team’s zone before the puck has crossed the blue line. Off Sides
When a player strikes an opponent with your stick above shoulder level. High Sticking
When a player impedes the progress of an opponent by “hooking” him with his stick. Hooking
When a stick or any portion of a player’s body is used to cause an opposing player to fall. Tripping
To impede progress of an opponent who doesn’t have the puck or who is pursuing the puck. Also called for knocking an opponent’s fallen stick out of his reach. Interferance
When a player uses his elbow purposely to foul an opponent. Elbowing

Hockey Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Blue Line
Boarding
Box
Breakaway
Center
Center Ice
Checking
Cherry Picker
Coach
Competition
Defense
Deke
Face Off
Forward
Game
Gloves
Goal
Goalie
Helmet
Hockey
Hooking
Ice
Interference
Major
Minor
Net
Offense
Offsides
Overtime
Pads
Penalty
Period
Physical
Play Offs
Players
Practice
Puck
Red Line
Referee
Rules
Score
Short Hand
Skates
Slap Shot
Stick
Tripping
Winger
Wrist Shot

Team sports and health Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A Class activity that has balls and strikes Softball
For the FITT principle, the 'F' stands for Frequency
For the FITT principle, the 'I' stands for: Intensity
In football, how many potential downs does the offense have before turning the ball over or getting another first down? four
Working your heart and lungs over a longer period of time cardiovascular
HR is short for: Heart rate
In soccer, when offensive player, without the ball is ahead of ball and only one defender between him/her and goal line. offsides
In basketball, when one player dribbles, picks the ball up and dribbles again double dribble
To lift heavier weight, low repititions Muscular strength
Lifting light weights and high repetitions: Muscular endurance
In floor hockey and lacrosse, this is the area that only the goalie is allowed crease
A type of hit used in volleyball that where the ball is hit forcefully downward spike
In soccer, when the defense kicks the ball over the end line, the offense earns a: corner kick
In floor hockey, players are not allowed to: high stick
To run at a constant speed for a longer duration. pace
In most games an infraction can also be called: foul
Position in football that throws the ball Quarterback
When the batter has four balls, he/she earns a: walk
When measuring your heart rate, how many seconds can you count your heart beats six
Sit and reach measures: flexibility
Hitting the softball over the fence. homerun
Stretching muscles while moving, versus holding stretches for a designated time dynamic
Putting the ball in play during volleyball serve
Keeping body healthy by drinking water hydrating
In softball, position between second and third base short stop
Fielding team gets two outs in one play double play
Running two laps at beginning of class, is part of: warmups
Before you can score in ultimate frisbee, there must be how many passes? five
scoring in soccer is also called a: fieldgoal
Being active, involved in fitness or sports promotes a _____ lifestyle healthy

Hockey Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

how many players on the ice are there per team six
what slides across the ice to get a goal? Puck
How many minutes are in a period? Sixty Minutes
What do hockey players wear on there feet? Skates
How many periods are there? Three
what cleans the ice Zamboni
What is the score showed on? Scoreboard
Whats the word called when someone gets three goals? Hattrick
What is it called when someone breaks the rule in hockey? Peanlty
What is on a hockey players head? Helmet
When a player gets hurt what is it called? injury
Who invented Goalie helmets? Jacques Plante
What is a group of players Called? Team
What team does a team score in? Net
What do hockey have in there hands? Sticks
First goalie ever to score a goal? Ron Hextall
What goes around the ice? Boards
what is the puck dropped for faceoff
who blows the whistle referee
how many penalty min are given for fighting five

Sports Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This sport is referred as football in England Soccer
Is an American sport, to score you do a touchdown Football
You use a club to hit the ball into a hole Golf
You use a heavy ball to knock down pins in an alley Bowling
A game where you to dribble the ball and shoot the ball into the net Basketball
You use sticks and a puck to play this sport Hockey
In this game, you can score something called a Homerun Baseball
A sport where you run on a track Sprinting
A sport where you jump as far as you can Long Jump
This sport requires you to jump over fences while running Hurdles
A sport where you shoot a bow and arrow at a target Archery
This sport take place on ice and you move around on the ice Skating
A sport where you race in water Swimming
This sport is where you race in a boat Rowing
A sport where you dance on ice Figure Skating
You slide on a snowy hill on two boards on your feet Skiing
A sport where you fight others, often referred as Taekwondo Martial Arts
An activity where you go down a snowy hill on one board Snowboarding
An activity where you ride on a horse's back Horse Back Riding
An activity that requires a boat and paddles Canoeing

Floor Hockey Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Number of players on a team six
Permitted by first player who gets into a corner after ball is hit in corner freeplay
Stick must be kept below waist
Number of periods three
Only player allowed in the crease goalie
Must stay in the offensive half wings
Hit puck repeatedly dribbling
Give puck to a teammate passing
Stopping puck to hit in another direction trapping
Player who tries to score on opponents side forward
Wall around rink boards
Payer who tries to stop opponent from scoring defense
Changing direction of shot with stick or body deflection
Shot with flicking motion wrist
Team with most goals winner
Wear on head helmet
Protects goalie's hands gloves
Punishment for breaking a rule penalty
Inventor of floor hockey jacks
Used to hit ball stick

LACROSSE Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a sport played by throwing a ball into a goal with a stick with a net on the top lacrosse
the long pole that makes up most of the lacrosse stick shaft
protective wear for your hands gloves
protective wear that covers the upper half of your torso shoulder pads
the act of throwing or passing the ball down the field to your attack clearing
circle around the goal which the defense cannot enter and which is home to the goalie crease
a time on the field when someone is serving penalty time so there is one less player man down
protecting your goal from being scored on defense
player who plays attack and defense and faces off midfielder
protective wear for your teeth mouth piece
the hard structure and net on top of a lacrosse stick head
the bottom cap of the lacrosse stick butt
protective wear that covers the middle of your arms elbow pads
when you pick up a loose ball with your stick ground ball
done at the beginning and after every goal to decide possession face off
a transition in which the offense is up by at least one man fast break
the motion of swinging the stick to maintain control of the ball cradling
trying to score on the opposing team; offense attack
protective wear for your head helmet

Hockey Slang Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

When one or more players touch the puck before the goal, no interference from defenders. Assist
Glove that goes on the goalies hand that holds the stick. Blocker
Violent check from opponent into boards. Boarding
The drop of the puck between one player from each team to resume play. FAceoff
The open space between goalies leg. fivehole
A player who has little other purpose on the ice then to try and get players to fight. Goon
When one player makes three or more goals in one game. Hattrick
a player behind the red line in his end of the rink shoots a puck past the goal line in his offensive zone when both teams are playing at even strength Icing
Usually results in the removal of the offending player (or team official) for a specified period of time Penalty
The line that divides the rink into two equal parts. This area is center ice. Redline
Nickname for Penalty Box sinbin
Hitting the puck with the blade of the stick after taking a full backswing. Slapshot
Placing a shot in the top quarter of the net. Topshelf
The vehicle that cuts the ice after each period. Zamboni
A term for a player who always sits on the bench. Duster
A player with a powerful, accurate shot skilled at finishing plays. From the military term of the same name. Sniper
The official in charge of making calls in the game. Referee