I watch a good amount of sports. I will name some easy ones just so we can get them out of the way: Sports That Don't Match Hockey (played half my life) - Would have to be multiple overtimes in a playoff series to have the same amount of fatigue, and also be a top player with many minutes of ice time. Soccer - Haven't played at a high level, but I would say it is not on par. Football - No chance. 1 game a week for 60 minutes. Baseball - Tough to say. Very underrated considering 150+ game schedule. If you are a top pitcher and your team goes deep every year you would definitely be fatigued. Otherwise, definitely not. Golf - No. Sports That Match or Exceed Squash - High level, long match. Biking - Any long distance race is extremely fatiguing. Running - Same as above. Racing - 24 Hours Le Mans etc. Ridiculously tough on the nervous system. Anyone who says this is a joke has never raced at a high level. Pretty much the most nerve-racking thing you can do is travel from 0-150-0-150-.....for hours. Please feel free to add your own, or dispute mine.