What does my son need for hockey? A: As per USA Hockey rules, youth players will need an approved helmet with a mask, mouthguard, neckguard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, athletic cup, pants, gloves, shin guards, skates, and a stick.
What do youth hockey players wear? (a) Each player is personally responsible to wear protective equipment for all games, warm-ups and practices. Such equipment should include gloves, shin pads, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hip pads or padded hockey pants, protective cup, tendon pads plus all head protective equipment as required by USA Hockey rules.
What equipment does a hockey player need? This usually includes a helmet, shoulder pads/chest protector, elbow pads, mouth guard, protective gloves, heavily padded shorts, a ‘jock’ athletic protector, shin pads and a neck guard. Goaltenders wear masks and much bulkier, specialized equipment designed to protect them from many direct hits from the puck.
What are 5 pieces of equipment used in hockey?
- Hockey Stick. Your hockey stick is like your weapon on the battlefield.
- Shoes. The type of shoes you should be wearing depends on the type of surface you are going to play on.
- Mouth Guard.
- Shin Guards.
- Socks and Rash Guards.
- Stick Bag.
- Electrical Tape.