No, he would not.
Most non-Canadian hockey players have been drafted from American teams to the Canadian teams.
From top to bottom, you'll need a helmet with face mask, highly suggest a goalie mask to help reduce impact or pucks to the head and help with visibility. A plastic helmet throat guard (not mandatory for some leagues, but recommended) A Neck guard (a must, to protect against skate cuts.) Chest protector blocker Trapper Hockey pants, recommend goalie pants for added protection goal pads goalie skates jock hockey socks
the best goalie in hockey is Roberto luongo
Charlie Patterson, a Canadian, invented it in the late 50's to prevent concussions.
Helmet,Gloves,Shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey pants, shin gaurds, skates, stick, puck, jersey, and hockey socks For field hockey you only need shinguards, mouthguard, a stick and a uniform, unless you want to be a goalie.
Assuming that you're referring to ice hockey, the French term for a goalie's blocker is a "bouclier" (shield), sometimes called a "plaque" (I assume this is a French Canadian term)
the goalie only
Yes, Jacques Plante was a Canadian professional ice hockey goalie. He was born in Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada.
A hockey goalie can be very fast. Not as fast as a player but still fast in a different way.
No. In hockey, you can substitute without a stoppage in play. In football (american soccer) you need to wait for play to stop.
Roller Blades Street goalie pads (make sure you have hockey sucks underneath) Hockey Pants and Can Hockey Chest Chear or "Monkey" Suit Gloves (Catcher & Blocker) Goalie Stick Jersey Mask (Goalie) That is all the standard items. Others that are optional and worn by some goalie include neck guards.