Professional Hockey in the 1950ís
My report is on hockey in the 1950ís.† I will tell you what hockey was like, some of its history, how hockey is today and what it may be like in the future.† I hope you enjoy my report.
In the 1950ís, there were only six professional teams:
Some famous players were Gordie
Howe, Rocket Richard, Ted Lindsay, Jean Beliveau and
Bobby Hull.† The Montreal Canadiens won
Players did not make much money.† They played for the love of the game.† Goalies did not play with masks because they were not in vented.† Goalie equipment was small and thin and goalies were very brave.† Players did not wear helmets and they played with straight sticks.
Today there are thirty teams and only half the players come
In the future the game may have bigger ice and different rules to make it faster and even more entertaining.† In the future I hope to keep playing hockey because I love it just like the players from the 1960ís.† Some things may change but the game will still be fun and ex citing.† That is why they call it the fastest game on Earth.
In this project I learned that hockey is an old game and has
an interesting history.† My dad and grandpa† know things
about hockey that I did not.† In