Underwater Upside-down Hockey


Underwater Upside-down Hockey is pretty much exactly what the name says it is. It's hockey played on the underside of the ice, by players wearing underwater gear, including dry-suits designed to keep them warm in the near-zero temperatures required to keep the crust of ice solid. They cut a hole in the ice, swim underneath, and set up a complete hockey rink that seems to "hang from the ceiling."