Well, we score goals, fall down and get back up a lot.
We use these foam pillow-like things to divide the ice into a smaller playing area. We play with a bright blue puck that’s about half the weight of a regular black puck.
I sit on the dividers with my team and talk to them about strategy and systems or something like that.
I laugh a lot. I have no idea what is happening here. But somebody's falling and somebody already did fall.
Sneaky’s really getting good at coming in at an angle to take the puck from someone.
As she leaves she even positions her body between the puck and the guy she stole it from. Too bad it was someone on her own team she took it from.
Then for some reason, don’t ask me why after the game no matter what the score is we do a shootout. The kids all like it.
He shoots, he scores!
There are different goal celebrations.
Most opt for the classic arms raised.
Jon had been planning the knee touch and fist pump for quite some time.
Drewsy chose the Happy skate and just smiled all the way back to his bench.
Sneaky faced the crowd because she knew they were all just as happy as she was about scoring.
Others prefer to wave to Mom and Dad.
It's a great day for hockey!
It’s a lot of fun.
And that’s why we do it.