broomball

[broom-bawl, broom-]
noun
a game similar to ice hockey, usually played on a rink, in which the players, often not wearing skates, use brooms instead of hockey sticks to shoot a volleyball into the opponent's goal.

Origin:
1935–40; broom + ball1

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