Kick off- a team wins the ball in a coin toss. Face off is when the ref drops the puck and the two centers clash and try and win possession.
Corners- You are awarded a corner if the ball goes out behind the goalline and an opposing play touches it before it goes out, if not its a goal kick. In hockey the team that shot it out gets a faceoff on their side of the ice.
Offsides- In soccer you cant be in front of the ball, ever. In hockey If your team has possession you cant pass the blue line until the person with the puck crosses it first
Like I said Lacrosse is much more like hockey
you can totally be in front of the ball in soccer...until your team has possession and you cross the offside line like in Hockey...I think the off sides rule in Hockey is identical to soccer isn't it?
I'll give you kickoffs and face offs are different, but as soon as the ball is moved on the kickoff a guy can come in from the opposing team to take it...it's not as though possession of the initial kick off means much...just like winning the initial face off doesn't mean much.
The guy wiith the ball can pass to anyone other than the blue guy pass the line
Last edited by dezzzR; 12-14-2012 at 12:31 PM.