The origin of roller hockey

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Roller skating originated from the grass roller ball called bandy. The stick used by bandy is thicker and shorter, and the club face is only about the size of the ball. This sport has certain special requirements for the roller skates for women used.

In the late 1800s, Canada began to bring the sport to the ice.

In 1890, the first roller skating association, the Ontario Hockey Association, was formally established.

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In 1893, Canadian Prime Minister Lord Stanley awarded prize money to the champion team of the amateur roller skating league competition in order to promote the sport. After that, the Montreal Sports Association established the Stanley Cup roller skating award, which was awarded to the most outstanding team. Up to now, this award is still the supreme honor in the world of roller skating, and it is only awarded to the champion team of the National Hockey League (NHL).
In 1893, the roller skating event of Yale University and John Hopkins University in the United States aroused the interest of the American people in roller skating, and the sport has taken root in the United States since then.
In 1904, the first professional roller skating league, the International Hockey League, was established, with the participation of the Canadian and American teams. Unfortunately, because the venue for the competition was too small, it was impossible to raise enough funds from tickets to maintain the operation of the league. It finally disintegrated after three years, and only a few scattered associations remained.

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Until 1917, the two major organizations, the National Hockey Association and the Pacific Coast League, merged to form the National Hockey League (NHL). Application guidance and support. In the United States, children aged 4-18 can participate in the Community Hockey Association (Community Hockey Association) to learn roller skating, and the association even has the so-called Initial Programs, which specializes in teaching children aged 4-8.

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