Most popular hockey players

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In hockey, there are two teams of 11 players in which each player tries to hit a ball into their opponent’s goal. During play, long sticks used to hit a ball.  Hockey is famous for many centuries, like 슈어맨. Hockey's history is very old. People have played hockey since ancient times. It is played in Asia, Europe, and South America.

Field hockey is a famous form of hockey. Ice hockey is another type of hockey mostly played in the U.S and Canada. Many hockey competitions are held each year like the Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, Hockey World Cup, and Champions trophy. Hockey involves running and developing leg strength, which is very important for hockey players. 

Here are some famous hockey players of all time.

Fergus Kavanagh

Fergus Kavanagh is known as one of the modern hockey players of the modern-day. He is a member of Australia men’s national hockey team. He plays for Western Australia State. Fergus won Delhi Hockey World Cup in 2010 and Hague World Cup in 2014. He led his team to win Delhi commonwealth Games in 2010 too. He won two bronze medals in the Olympics. Also, he represented Australia in the Azlan Shah Cup in 2011. He won the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014.

Dhanraj Pillay

Dhanraj Pillay is the only player in field hockey to participate in four Olympics.  He worked as a captain of the Indian national team. He won the Gold medal in 1998 in Asian Games as well as Asia Cup in 2003. Also, he is the highest goal scorer in the  Bangkok Asian Games. He has played 339 matches and scored 170 goals.  He won the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna awards in 2000. Furthermore, he won the Padma Shri, which is a leading Indian civilian award.

Mario Lemieux    

Lemieux made an outstanding career in sports. He didn’t take his bad health issue seriously. He never played a full season due to his serious health condition. In 1990, he had back surgery severely. Mostly his back pain limited him.

Hodgkin disease was diagnosed in the early stages in 1993. He missed 6 weeks to go undergo radiation therapy. When he returned, he finished 69 goals and 160 points in 60 games.

Sidney Crosby

Sidney Crosby started playing hockey at 18. He was a motivated and passionate guy. He started a good beginning career due to his abilities. Also, he became the youngest ever-scoring champion. When the next session started, Crosby became the youngest captain in league history. He won Conn Smythe in 2016 and 2017.

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