Check out Peter Kreeft’s “Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Heaven.”
Jesus promised that “No eye has seen, nor ear heard, nor heart conceived what God has ready for those who love Him.” While we don’t know exactly what to expect, we do know it will be better than anything we can imagine.
Also check out “Travel Guide to Heaven”. He comments that our current popular view of heaven is so faulty that God practically has to drag us there kicking and screaming.
He promised it would be better. If He can make an earthly mango, peach, or cantaloupe that is perfectly sweet and juicy, why would we assume that there can’t be a far sweeter, tastier option in the resurrected earth/heaven. Hockey? Golf? I don’t know. We can happily speculate and say, “Sure. Why not Hockey?” He loves us and can do all things. Whatever we can imagine—heaven will be better.
Finally, read the last of the Narnia books. Here C S Lewis is taking the reader into heaven. It is not intended to be a perfect description. How could it be? Lewis had not yet gone. As the characters marvel in the doorway of heaven, Aslan keeps calling to them enthusiastically, “Further up! Further in!” If we parents get excited about the children discovering Christmas morning, how much more is He anticipating our glee upon entering heaven?