there are quite a few
1. ringette has a blue ring instead of a puck
2.there is supposed to be no body contact (but there usually is)
3.you have to pass over the blue lines
4.there are no face offs a player starts with the ring at center ice or at one of the other circles on the ice and passes to a player when the whistle is blown.
5.usually ringette is an all girls sport but there are exceptions
6.a player cannot step foot into the goalies crease or else the other team would get to start off the ring
7.there are only two 17 minute periods(depending in what division you are)
8.in ringette the divisions are bunnies,petite,tween(i'm in my 2nd year of tween),Jr.belle and open
9.in ringette you have sticks with no blade just a plastic tip on the end
10.the masks on the helmet have triangle holes instead of square
11.and instead of hockey pants you wear ringette pants that go all the way down to your skate.
i think i have covered everything :)
Hockey sucks and Ringette is way way way way better.
Most people say Hockey is very similar to Ringette. But then again it's very different. Different Equipment. Different rules. Different pace. Different game. By the way Ringette is NOT hockey for girls.
1. Ringette 2. Hockey
Ice Hockey is faster.
Hockey is way better than basketball. In hockey you are allowed to hit (check) people. The game moves faster and is more exciting to watch!
Canada By Sam Jacks also the inventor of Ringette
Well the first ringette game ever played was in Ontario with two female hockey high school teams so it would be by a memeber on either or the teams
it is the hardest ice sport IN THE WORLD that is a good thing because if it were easy it would be called hockey
Push hockey does not have air like air hockey does
no he didn't he invented ringette and i think it is very insulting to even think that
Ice hockey has always used 5 lines: the red centre (Canadian spelling) line, two blue lines that mark each teams' respective zone, and the two red goal lines. The remaining two lines that you are likely referring to would not be seen on an NHL ice surface, but would be seen in many hockey rinks that accommodate ringette as well as hockey. These would be two red lines that run width-wise from board to board in each end zone, across the top of the face-off circles. These lines are the "ringette lines". I don't know exactly what they are used for in ringette, but I believe only a certain number of players may be below the ringette line during a game of ringette.
six side a hockey isn't hockey its bullsh*t