ice hockey player 
Member of an ice hockey team; players wear a variety of protective equipment to prevent injury caused by falls or body checks.
Stretchy piece of fabric that covers the leg and thigh; it is worn over the pads to keep the muscles warm.
Hard piece of equipment designed to protect the head.
Number that identifies the hockey player; numbers range from 1 to 99 and are sewn onto the back and the sleeves of the jersey.
Transparent piece of equipment secured to the front of the helmet to protect the eyes and upper face.
Logo representing the team that is printed on the front of the jersey.
Narrow metal blade that is attached to the skate boot; its curved ends help the player to turn.
Padded clothing attached around the waist by a belt or suspenders; they protect the pelvis, buttocks and thighs.
Reinforced boot equipped with a blade for gliding over ice.
Padded covering for the hand and wrist that takes the shape of the fingers; it must be flexible enough to provide a good grip on the stick.