One point is scored on a goal in hockey.
You get one points if you score a goal or an assist.
In field hockey for every goal scored that team gets 1 point
A goal in hockey is worth one point. An assist is also worth one point.
A hockey goal is worth 1 point. For example if a TeamA has 0 points and TeamB has 0 points and someone from TeamA scores a goal then TeamA now has 1 point and lead the game 1-0
Field hockey does not record points (that usually refers to the system of cards). It simply counts the number of goals; one goal equals one addition to the total score for that team.
Three points. There are three goals in a hat trick, and each goal is worth 1 point.
In Hockey a goal counts as one point for the team who scores. The person who scores is also awarded a point, and are awarded one if they assist on a goal. The points players acquire during the season are totaled and are used to give awards and determine a players worth.
Each goal is worth ten points.