If it is a regular game, 5 on 5 skaters. The goalie doesn't count as six unless pulled.
There is a face off on the goalie's team's side of the rink.
you my friend, are stupid.
yes a goalie can reenter a game after being substituted for.
Centre, wing, defence and goalie
Marty brouduer on the devils has four
They block the hockey puck, made of solid rubber extracted from donkey balls
Yes. Unlike baseball you can put any player back in the game. HOWEVER if the goalie is pulled its generally because he is not on top of his game and has let in some stupid or lots of goals. Therefore you usually don't see a goalie being put back in.
6, including your goalie
Hockey backs are the defenders. They aren't the goalie but they help defend on behalf of the goalie. If you are playing a weak team being a back can be quite boring but if you are challenging a strong team it can be quite an interesting game for you.
im pretty sure there should be 24. But only 19 players(Including the goalie) can play on the ice in one game. there can be a backup goalie who replaces the starting goalie
Hockey is not very competitive at the bantam level. You should give each goalie equal playing time. Only in a tournament should you consider letting one goalie play a whole game.
Well, every game SHOULD have at least six players including the goalie who can be pulled for an extra skater. However, I am assuming you mean six skaters and a goalie, in which case I have never heard of a league that plays six skaters. That doesn't mean there isn't one though. So I suppose it all depends on the rules of the game you're playing in.
Martain Brouder was the first to score a goal, it was on an empty net late in a game.
yes Actually Ice hockey goalies, in most leagues (Including the NHL) cannot be a Caption or Assistant Caption. This is because a Caption or Assistant has to be able to be on the Ice At all times, as the Goalie might be benched a game or be subbed out. So to your answer No a Goalie cant be a caption.
Because it is an entirely different position. It is the only position in hockey that, if you make a mistake, it is recorded on the scoreboard. It takes a different mental approach for a hockey goalie than a player. Also, goalies are on the ice for the entire game, barring being relieved of duties or injury. Hope this helps.
They dont loose their goalie they pull them and they come to the bench and a normal skater goes on for the team. They dont loose their goalie they pull them and they come to the bench and a normal skater goes on for the team.
You get your act together, stop bending/dusting, get rid of your terrible goalie, and put the puck in the net.
Left Wing, Center, Right Wing, Left Defense, Right Defense, Goalie
left and right wing, center and left and right defense, as well as goalie
there are two defenseman, three offenseman and one goalie
It is rare, but ussually happens in brawls that the goaloies get bored and start going at each other.