Physics explains how an ice hockey player scores a goal. Biology explains why certain exercises help hockey players become better and stronger. Math is used to calculate the exact measurement of different kinds of hockey rinks. Engineers use technology to create the safest equipment for hockey players. Readers see how these areas of STEM come together in a hockey game, and they're sure to enjoy this unique look at common science curriculum topics. The detailed main text is supported by fun fact boxes, enlightening sidebars, helpful diagrams, and vibrant photographs of ice hockey players in action.