When the puck is shot and someone with their stick or skate redirects the puck or 'tips' it.
Block the puck
the average speed of a hockey puck is 80-90 mph but when its shot to the goal it can excess a speed of 100 mph or more
When you shoot the hockey puck and it either hits the goalie or gos in the net
That's something for the myth busters
As far as I am aware, there is something called Kinetic energy, the movement of the puck causes kinetic energy.
There is no such thing as a "shovel" shot in hockey. This is a Mike Emrick-created expression that extends from when a player "shovels" or dumps the puck into the offensive zone, so Emrick called it a "shovel shot!" ***The shovel shot is simply using one's stick to push the puck in a desired direction. There is no rolling of the wrist to propel the puck. It is very basic and it is indeed a shot.***
Yes it does because it helps feel the puck and aim it..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
A wrist shot is a shot in ice hockey which involves primarily the wrist muscles to propel the puck using the concave side of the blade.
Their is a slapshot, which is the most powerful shot in hockey. Its speed in the NHL can range from 80-105mph. Wrist shot is when the puck is pulled through he body launching the puck of the stick like a sling shot. A snapshot is also used as a shot, and the wrist literally snap when striking the puck. This is used for quick releases/ Also, passes are used which can look like a "Strike"
Any shot (of the puck) that has a reasonable chance of crossing the goal line.
a top shelf goal is when the puck is shot in the upper part of the net