In the middle of the two metal poles. When the ball is being kicked, you can move around to stop the ball from getting in the net.
This depends on how the shot is being taken and what this "goalie box" is. If this is a penalty kick, the only players allowed in the penalty area (the larger of the two rectangular areas or "boxes" that surround the goal) are the goalkeeper, or goalie, and the player taking the kick. If this is not a penalty kick, there is no limit to the number of defenders anywhere near the goal. These players still cannot use their hands though and if someone were to block a shot with their hands, they may be red carded, or removed from the game. I hope this answers your question.
I am pretty sure that it would be a penalty kick, but that usually never happens haha
No, besides being able handle the ball in the box the same rules apply to the goalie as the other players.
The player who stands in the crease of the goal and blocks the lacrosse ball from being scored into the goal.
No, this would be considered a roughing the punter penalty and the punting team would be awarded a 15 yard penalty and a first down. The only exception to this would be if the referee ruled that the player that hit the punter made contact because of being blocked by a member of the punting team. In this case, the referee will not call the penalty.
Not legally. No player is allowed in the penalty area whilst a goal kick is being taken other than the player taking the goal kick (usually the goalkeeper). If anotehr outfield player takes the goal kick then the goalkeeper can be in the penalty area. No player is allowed the touch the ball after the kick is taken until it leaves the penalty area.
No, being kicked will not cure kidney cancer.
The Penalty for being offsides is five yards.
You want the ties on your pads and the tape on your stick to be as fresh as possible being a goalie. Also, some teams will blades sharpened last second too. A goalie switch is always on a timeout or interruption in game (TV, Penalty *If the team is allowed to switch out players*, etc).
no professional goalies are best being a goalie. They do not have much skill in dribbling or fakes.
Interfering with the vision of the goal keeper while in an offside position makes a player guilty of an offside offense.
He loves being a goalie
The same as any other player. The referee must be notified that the goal keeper is being changed.
No. As long as all other rules are still being followed, the only penalty for having fewer than 11 players on the field is the disadvantage of being down a player.
being poor and kicked out..
You are being evicted.
The receiving team must be at least 10 yards away from the ball's line of scrimmage when the ball is kicked. If they are not, a penalty is assessed for being offside.
Yes if kicked hard enough numerous things could happen
In order to be "kicked out" of a planetarium, one must do what is required to get kicked out of anything else: "break" the rules. This, however, is not recommended, as consequences will accompany it. Being "kicked out" is an example of one such consequence.
2 shot penalty
The goalie does have a right to "check" another player, but it can not be compared to what it is like in hockey. You must keep your arms down and you may not kick them, but as to the fact about being inside the box, you will lose your rights of aggression once you step outside the 18 yard line (box) and the ref can call the golie for cheaking a player if its not legel