How to Play Ringette

Ringette is an ice sport that was invented in Canada by Sam Jacks in 1963 and has since been dubbed the fastest sport on ice. Ringette players develop strong skating and passing skills as this is game of speed and skill where body checking is not allowed. The main objective of ringette is to use a stick to shoot a ring into the opposing team's goal, but there are some interesting challenges...

  • the ring must be passed across each blue line.  No player can skate end-to-end to try to score.  Teamwork is key.
  • divisions U12 and up use a 30 second shot clock.  If a team does not make a shot on goal within 30 seconds, the other team is given possession of the ring.  The pace is exiting for both players and fans.  

Visit Ringette Canada's website on How to Play Ringette for rules of play.

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