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.
Long, traditionally wooden stick that consists of a blade set at an angle to a shaft.
Back end of the blade.
Lower part of the stick that is used to stop, pass and shoot the puck; it is curved to ease puck handling.
Upper end of the shaft; it is usually covered with rubber tape to prevent the hand from slipping off the stick.
Reinforced boot equipped with a blade for gliding over ice.
Narrow metal blade that is attached to the skate boot; its curved ends help the player to turn.
Front tip of the blade.
Hard shell that forms the end of the boot; it protects the toes from shots and slashes.
Sturdy flexible boot with a lace; it protects and supports the foot and ankle and is made of leather or synthetic materials.
Rigid part that covers the lower leg.