Depends on your league. I play in the Maryland Scholastic Hockey League (MSHL) and they still allow 38" tall and 12" wide pads, but next year plan to change to an 11" width. You would need to talk to your goalie coach or someone from the league
Not really. For indoor field hockey, the goals aren't that tall (About 4 1/2-5 feet) Outdoor field hockey goals are about 6 1/2-7 feet For those extremely high shots, you would like to be as tall as possible. But you can be short and have a big "spring in your jump"
Hurricanes extend up to the tropopause, which is in the range of 8 to 10 miles high in the latitudes where hurricanes are found.
The shortest current goalie in soccer is from San Marino and he's 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Joe Hockey is 5' 11 1/2".
A hockey net is 4ft tall by 6ft wide
6foot by 4foot
Carolina Marconi is 173 cm.
Carolina Solano is 5' 3".
Carolina Ardohain is 160 cm.
Carolina Kasting is 168 cm.