It is a blocked shot, not a shot on goal. To be counted as a shot on goal it has to be stopped by the goalie or a goal.
A shot on goal is any shot that enters the net or any shot that would normally have entered the net if not stopped by the goalie. Shots that deflect off the posts or crossbar and stay out of the net are not counted as shots on goal. The number of shots and whether a shot puck counts as a shot is determined by a statistician employed by the NHL who is stationed at the rink.Yes, a goal counts as a shot on net. However it obviously does not count as a save for the goalie.
I am pretty sure that a penalty shot is considered a shot on goal; however, shots from a shoot out do NOT count as a shot on goal.
There is no NHL definition or rule of a shot, therefore, a shot on goal is up to the discretion of the official scorer. But in general terms, a shot on goal is a shot that is taken with the intent to score that either goes into the net for a goal or the goalie saves from going into the net for a goal. A shot that hits the goalpost or crossbar, or a shot the goalie stops that would not have gone in the net is not considered a shot on goal. A clearing pass that goes through everybody and winds up being stopped by the goalie is not considered a shot on goal because there was not intent by the 'shooter' to score a goal. Similarly an errant pass from a teammate that is stopped by the goalie is not considered a shot on goal.
Only if the shot is made. If the shot is good and a foul was committed, it counts as a field goal attempt and a field goal made. If the shot was not good, not field goal attempt is credited.
Goal Attack and Goal Shooter
The puck must go in the net to be considered a goal.
practice your shot and remember to hit the ball with the laces of your cleats and to aim for the corners also remember a bad shot on goal is better than a good shot off goal
In netball, the goal shooter and the goal attack can shoot.