Hockey players need speed, strength, and skill to become great. They also need science. In this volume, readers explore the many ways science is put into action on the ice. Vibrant photographs of hockey players present science concepts in a real-life setting. Readers also explore the connection between science, techlogy, engineering, and math in the world of hockey. Detailed sidebars and graphic organizers help explain these STEM curriculum concepts in an accessible way. The next time readers play hockey or see a National Hockey League game, theyll have a new appreciation for the science that makes this sport possible.