face-off (or faceoff) is the method used to begin
play in ice hockey and some other sports          
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Faceoffbook is our attempt at combining some of the traditional social networking elements with the best league management tools.

If you are a hockey fan, hockey player following your respective league and/or team, or you simply want to meet fellow players, then you should consider joining Face-off Book. It is absolutely free to register and be a member. The minimum information we would need is your user name and email address.

We continue to work on this site, building new exciting features day by day, but now we want you to get a feel of this new site.
Some of the Features
Create and manage your profile, personal events, hockey information, interests, and more.
Easily stay in touch with your fellow team and league members.
Follow your game schedule, recent league/team announcement, and events.
League manager can set up and customize game schedules, real time game logs, and statistics.
Team captain can build and maintain their own team and team page
Adult Hockey Leagues Adult Amateur Hockey
is one on the fastest growing segments of amateur in the US toady. For player the love of the game is still strong and allows them to still play a sport they love while get some good exercise and enjoying the camaraderie of fellow hockey enthusiasts.
Minor Hockey League Minor Hockey
is an umbrella term for amateur ice hockey which is played below the junior age level. Players are classified by age, with each age group playing in its own league. The rules, especially as it relates to body contact, vary from class to class.
Junior Hockey League Junior Hockey
is a catch-all term used to describe various levels of ice hockey competition for players generally between 16 and 20 years of age. Junior hockey leagues in the United States and Canada are considered amateur and operate within regions of each country.
Women Hockey League Women Hockey
have taken to ice hockey in unprecedented numbers since the early 1990s. Female leagues and co-ed programs have changed the face of the game in many communities, and elite women's hockey has emerged as an intercollegiate and Olympic sport.
High School Hockey League High School Hockey
Almoust all professional hockey players started off their career by playing High School Hockey, which is where kids learn basic skills. High school hockey is also a time for personal development and self discipline.
College Hockey League College Hockey
has been a breeding ground for outstanding hockey players and people. Today college hockey players make a bigger impact in the NHL than they ever have, with 30% of the league in 2010-11 coming from the U.S. college ranks.
Minor Professional Hockey League Minor Professional Hockey
are the backbone of the NHL. These leagues over the years have served as training grounds for the NHL teams. Entertaining hockey in their own right and offering non NHL players a chance to earn a living.
National Hockey League National Hockey League
is an unincorporated not-for-profit association which operates a major professional ice hockey league of 30 franchised member clubs, of which 7 are currently located in Canada and 23 in the United States.
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