Broomball can be thought of as gentlemanly hockey. It's played on an ice rink by two teams of six players whose objective is to score more goals than the other team. Instead of a puck, players bat a smallish ball around the rink with a broom-like stick. Since broomballers wear sneakers rather than skates, the game moves at a decidedly slower pace than hockey, and kicking the ball to teammates is allowed. Rough play is strictly forbidden and, as should be expected, penalties are assessed for... More >>>