Traditionally it is some kind of horn or air horn, maybe even a siren. The goal judge will turn on a red light similar to those on police cars, fire trucks, and ambulances and you will see the referee point towards the goal.
After scoring a goal, the game is stopped and the ball us brought back to the center of the field. Once the referee has blown the whistle to continue playing the other team that did NOT score the goal can pass or dribble the ball. Play continues as it would before, but now the team that score the goal has one more point than the other team
The arena announcer will the name of the goal scorer, name of the player(s) credited with an assist for the goal and the time of the goal. If the goal was scored during a power play he (or she) will say if it were a power play or short-handed goal.
1 - Even strength
2 - Power play
3 - Short handed
4 - Open net
5 - Penalty shot
get the puck into the goal
A goal is just a goal in hockey.
its called a goal
to defend your goal and to score on the other teams goal
Mario Lemieux is the only player in history to score five goals in five different ways during an ice hockey game. On December 31st, 1988, he scored an even-strength goal, a power-play goal, a short handed goal, a penalty shot goal and an empty net goal.
yes you get the goal
A Unanswered goal is a goal were the other team doesnt score after you do
you hit the heavy ball in the goal
I think it is called a goal.
TO score a point (goal or assist) and to hold the Stanley Cup over their head.
a hockey player must have an assist, a goal, and a fight.
A score is counted by putting the puck in the net, known as a goal. The score is the number of goals scored by each team.