Yes, of course, if he hits or slashes the goalie for example...
The Penalty Box Official.
No. If the team who would've gone on the power play scores before the "penalized" team touches the puck, the penalty is nullified. On the other end, as soon as the "penalized" team touches the puck, play is stopped and the penalized player is sent to the penalty box. Sometimes, however, play is stopped as soon as the penalty is committed. An example may be if a player slashes another and breaks his opponent's stick.
you get one player off the ice usually for about two minutes during the penalty
In common Ice Hockey games, 5 minute major penalties are served for the entire 5 minute period. If a goal is scored during that 5 minute period, the penalized player serving the penalty may not return to the ice, until the entire penalty has been served.
The minor is served first (1st) but may be negated upon the scoring of a goal on the penalized team, where as the five (5) minute major penalty must be served in full.
Yes because a player can't leave the box until his time expires during a major penalty.
once there penalty time is done a substitute can run in and the person in the penalty box goes back to the bench
A penalty in ice hockey consists of losing one player who has to sit in the penalty box for a specified period of time (usually either 2 minutes or 5 minutes) during which his team must play one man short. The penalty is killed if the team prevents its opponent from scoring during this period of time.
yes there is a penalty shot awarded in ice hockey when a player is on a break away and is tripped or interfered with from behind.
A box between benches that a player has to sit in for the duration of his penalty time