Underwater hockey is played 6-
Players wear fins, for speed, as well as masks, snorkels, and protective gloves and headgear. The sticks are short so players can move them quickly through the water to maneuver the puck on the bottom, shoot the puck past (or over) defenders, and bat down shots.
Two teams of six players face off against each other. The puck rests on the bottom of the playing area, and the two teams vie to control the puck and put it into their opponent’s goal, which also resides on the bottom of the playing area.
The object of the game is to put the puck in the opposition's goal. There are a variety of strategies and formats teams play to be most effective. The rules are "non-
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