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Q: What does GAA stand for in hockey goalie stats?
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In hockey what is GAA?

GAA stands for Goals against average.


Goalie with the lowest GAA in one season?

Mikka


What does GAA mean in hockey?

Goals againest average


Who was the best high school ice hockey goalie in Massachusetts history?

Tom Barrasso went 22-0-1 with a 0.99 GAA in his senior year at Acton-Boxborough in 1983. He was drafted 5th overall by the Buffalo Sabres and went directly to the NHL club, playing regular minutes at the age of 18 which is absolutely unheard of for a goalie.


What do the letters GAA stand for?

The Gaelic Athletic Association.


What does GAA stand for?

Gaelic Athletic Association. See the related question below.


Who is better jaroslav halak or cam ward?

Looking at the stats, Jaroslav Halak is the better goalie. His GAA and Save Pct are both better. However, Cam Ward has won a Stanley Cup and Halak has not. So I'd say they are probably close to equal


What is bigger a soccer pitch or a GAA pitch?

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Who started GAA in Ireland?

The GAA was founded in Hayes Hotel in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, Ireland on November 1st 1884. The seven main founders were Michael Cusack, Maurice Davin (who presided) John Wyse Power, John McKay, J. K. Bracken, Joseph O'Ryan and Thomas St. George McCarthy. At least another 6 people were present. The GAA's largest venue, Croke Park in Dublin, has a stand called the Cusack Stand and another called the Davin Stand in honour of two of the founders. Semple Stadium, the GAA's second largest stadium, is in Thurles.


Who is the chairman of the GAA?

The GAA itself does not have a chairman. The various county boards and provincial councils have them. At the top level there is a GAA president and a GAA Director General.


Does Lady gaa gaa have children?

nope ;(


Aaj mein keya kahon gaa?

you big moti gaa alisha mot gaa hai or pagal is dumbshit shutup you big moti gaa alisha mot gaa hai or pagal is dumbshit shutup


Who says goo goo GAA GAA?

Babies


Is caomige part of the gaa?

Camogie is part of GAA.


What are the notes on the piano for 'stand by me'?

The notes are as follows: gbcc gbcc cbaa gaa agff fagg gbcc gbcc (repeat).


Is there a center circle in GAA?

No, there is no centre circle on a GAA pitch.


Where did the gaa get its name?

GAA stands for Gaelic Athletic Association


When was Currow GAA created?

Currow GAA was created in 1911.


When was Bishopstown GAA created?

Bishopstown GAA was created in 1957.


When was Tramore GAA created?

Tramore GAA was created in 1885.


When was Tullaroan GAA created?

Tullaroan GAA was created in 1884.


When was Tyrrelstown GAA created?

Tyrrelstown GAA was created in 2008.


When was Cloyne GAA created?

Cloyne GAA was created in 1887.


When was Newmarket GAA created?

Newmarket GAA was created in 1899.


When was Shanahoe GAA created?

Shanahoe GAA was created in 1980.

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