A shot on goal is determined when the puck hits the goalie anywhere or it goes in. You think "if there was no goalie there would the puck have gone in?" if you answered YES! then the shot was a shot on goal
by putting the puck in the net
The role of a hockey goalie is to stand in front of the goal and attempt to prevent the opposing team from hitting the puck into the goal. Apart from staying focused on the puck and stopping it from reaching the goal, they are also charged with the task of moving the puck to strategic places for their teammates.
Yes, if there is definitive proof for the officials that the puck crossed the line as well.
If the net is empty have the goalie dump the puck toward the other goal and cross your fingers.
If you shoot the puck and if the goalie was not in net at the time and it would go in then it is considered a goal if the goalie saves it but if he wasn't there and it would of missed it is not a shot.
No. The entire puck must cross the red goal line for a goal to be awarded. This is usually clear if the puck is sliding along the ice, but can be tricky to judge if it is in the air (eg. in the goalie's trapper).
If this happens................ The player can touch the puck with his hand in the defesive zone, but if he does close his hand on the puck in the crease than a goal can be awarded if there is no goalie If there is a goalie then the other team can have a penalty shot.
The "face-off" occurs after every dead play.Examples:- the start of game- after there is a penalty- after there is a goal- after the goalie holds the puck- if the puck is shot out of bounds
The rule is that if a player closes his hand on the puck in the goal crease, then a penalty shot is awarded, if the goalie has been pulled when a penalty shot is awarded, then the referee awards a goal to the team instead.
Yes, as long as the puck was only shot and touched by the shooter one (1) time.