Cite used: http://www.mathworksheetscenter.com/mathtips/icehockeymath.html

In this site it provides a good understanding of used math in the game of hockey and further goes into how it is related to math. For example a hockey puck is exactly 3 inches and specially measured and designed to fit perfectly for a stick. Not only that but as a skater you must calculate and observe the speed of the other player you’re defending. What was also mentioned was that crossovers increase players speed and stablilty which has a big relationship to physics. Lastly it mentions an unheard example which is when you are short handed and you are missing a player it is 5/4= Fraction in statistics. I found this site extremely useful as it explains a lot about the dynamics and speed of the game. This site will definetly be used in my research, and definetly recommend it to others.