Once any player touches the ball after a throw-in, a goal may be scored.
yes a goalie has scored a goal and that was Marty broduer of the new jersy devils
Not unless another player touches it before it enters the goal.
There are goalies that have scored on the other goalie. the rink is 200ft long, so it's just under 200ft (at the most).
No. If the ball was going into the net if the goalkeeper had not touched it then it is not an own goal. If the ball was going wide and the keeper pushes it back into the goal then it is an own goal.
by putting the puck in the net
Patrick Roy scored in 2003 which is the most recent nhl goalie to score in a game and playoff game.
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