yup unless your offsides
If you shoot the puck and if the goalie was not in net at the time and it would go in then it is considered a goal if the goalie saves it but if he wasn't there and it would of missed it is not a shot.
If you hit in to the opponents goal from the goalie it is 2 points. if you shoot from anything Else it is 1 point.
Corners. And if the goalie is in one corner, shoot for the other.
um. in the goal? haha. hense the term goalie.
yes a goalie has scored a goal and that was Marty broduer of the new jersy devils
It is a blocked shot, not a shot on goal. To be counted as a shot on goal it has to be stopped by the goalie or a goal.
The first Goalie to score a goal was Ron Hextall on December 8, 1987. If you don't count the Islander's goalie scoring on himself. EDIT: It has happened a few times. There are instances where the goalie did not shoot the puck into the net, but was the alst person to touch before the other team accidentally scored on themselves. Here is a list http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_goaltenders_who_have_scored_a_goal_in_an_NHL_game
The Goal Shooter and Goal Attack can shoot.
goal attack and goal shoot
yes it can
No all the shooting is left to the goal shoot and goal attack
If you are talking about when you score a goal it's just called a goal If you are talking about the keeper who blocks the net it's called a goalie or a goaltender If you are talking about where you are supposed to put the puck/shoot/defend it's called a net
If someone on the goalie's team kicks the ball on the goalie's line, the other team gets to take a corner kick on them. You go to the corner flag left or right of the opponent's goal and take a kick. Players (defense and offense) try to either block or shoot a goal.
well it's the same thing if the puck was in a goalie's glove and his glove went over the line. It's a goal.
If the ball goes wholly and completely over the goal line - but NOT in the goal - and is last touched by the attacking team - it is a goal kick from the 6 yard line. If the goalie catches the ball and controlls it off of the ground - then he can then throw or punt it - it is his choice!! And if the goalie accidentally throws or punts it into his own goal - it is NOT a goal - it is a corner kick - because goalie punts are indirect and must touch another player before going into ANY goal!!!! If the goalie punts it and it bounces off another player and THEN goes it his own goal - it is a goal!!!!!
A "Stand-up" Goalie refers to the style of goal-tending in which the goalie prefers to make saves standing when possible.
A shot on goal is determined when the puck hits the goalie anywhere or it goes in. You think "if there was no goalie there would the puck have gone in?" if you answered YES! then the shot was a shot on goal
you need to make a goal but watch out if somebody is with you then its offside it a free throw for the team and you should tr to make a goal when your alone and try to do it in the corner a goalie can almost never block from that place and if you shoot somewhere else then you could make a goal
In a game, the goalie can accidentally score on his or her own goal. If they try to stop a shot and it bounces off of them and goes fully past the goal line, then it does count as a goal for the opposing team. The goalie is also allowed to leave the crease and in some rare cases can actually go up and score in the other team's goalie.
Yes, this is allowed.
Yes it does count!
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