Yes. Unlike baseball you can put any player back in the game. HOWEVER if the goalie is pulled its generally because he is not on top of his game and has let in some stupid or lots of goals. Therefore you usually don't see a goalie being put back in.
Aerobic fitness, strong ankles, strong calves, strong thighs, strong hips, (strong abs for goalies), strong back, strong forearms, strong wrists.
Yes but the player can't body check them back and it would be stupid because then the other team would have open net because most goalies aren't the best skating and keeping balance with all there equipment on. So you can but it would be stupid.
the player stays back to protect the teams goal.
It's quite common for a player to use the back of his stick to control the puck. If he uses it for something else, such as to strike another player, that would be a penalty.
1.2 Million dollars. This was back in 1999
if the center man wins the puck back to his de-fence player
Yes there is lots of slang in hockey. Some examples are "Backcheck" (were a player comes back from the offensive zone to help out defensively. Or you might here "stripes" (another name for a referee).
Back checking is when the offensive team turns the puck over and makes the transition to defense by rushing back to the defensive zone and picking a man up to try to get the puck back. Well im not sure what hockey background this person has but that is not what back checking is... I am a former pro hockey player and what it is to back check is this... A: Back Checking is rushing back to the defensive zone in response to an opposing team's attack. Players often try to 'rub up' behind the player with the puck to bother them. At the same time they try to hit the puck away with their stick.
In publishing, a back cover is the cover protecting the back of a book.
The player featured on the cover of Madden NFL 2007 is the Seattle Seahawks running back Shaun Alexander.
Jaques Plante was the first to wear a mask. Plante gets lots of credit for wearing the mask and is probably the main reason that goalies in hockey started using the facial protection on a regular basis. However, other goalies long before Plante wore masks for short periods of time due to facial injuries. For example, Clint Benedict wore a mask way back in 1930 after suffering facial cuts in a game.
when the keeper or goalie is in possession of the ball after being received from a back pass or saving a shot
A libero is a player who only plays middle back row in a game. They cover the whole back part of the court.
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According to NHL-NHLPA rules, a player must play in 400 games to get a full pension. At this point I don't know how this rule applies to back-up goalies who dress for a game but don't actually play. Maybe someone out there can enlighten me?
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Hooking is when a player pulls the opponent back with their stick by hooking it around them. However, if the opponent falls over, it may be considered tripping.
Lucic earned the nick-name "Luchicken" from a season or two back, when he wouldn't drop the gloves with Laraque.
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Probably the actual inventor of the mask will remain unknown. Masks were worn by some goalies after injuries even way back in the early days of hockey. However, goalie Jacques Plante of the Montreal Canadiens is credited with making the mask a permanent part of the goalie's equipment back in the fifties. I would suggest you Google Plante or goalie masks to obtain more information.
The back in hockey defends. They stop the hockey ball from going inside the goal. Just like the goal keeper. But if the backs stop the ball from going to near the D, they are good backs.
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In ice hockey, three goals by one player in one game is called a 'Hat Trick'. Because of that name, people throw hats on the ice when a player performs a Hat Trick. Hat Tricks are rare, however, and people do not get their hats back after the game.
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