A team sport played on a specifically-prepared ice rink. Two teams attempt to score goals by propelling a vulcanized rubber disk, called a puck, into the opposing team’s goal, which is located at the opposite end of the ice. Teams are composed of several lines of outfield players, five of whom are on the ice at any one time, and a goaltender. Players use ice skates to move around the rink and manoeuvre the puck using hockey sticks. The team that scores the most goals wins the match.