A hockey goal is worth 1 point. For example if a TeamA has 0 points and TeamB has 0 points and someone from TeamA scores a goal then TeamA now has 1 point and lead the game 1-0
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The P usually stands for points. A point is given to a player who scores a goal or assists on a goal.
In Hockey a goal counts as one point for the team who scores. The person who scores is also awarded a point, and are awarded one if they assist on a goal. The points players acquire during the season are totaled and are used to give awards and determine a players worth.
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A person is credited with an assist when it is passed to a person who scores a goal. A maximum of two people can have an assist per goal. ----
an assist is when someone passes the ball to someone that scores a goal. normally its when someone feeds the ball quickly to the crease to get a goal.
A goal is just a goal in hockey.
For field hockey (played on grass) scoring one goal is one goal. There are no points and goals, just goals. One to nothing is one- nil, two- nil etc.
Goals for (GF) are simply the number of goals that a team scores, not including shootout goals.
It depends on the announcer. He may do it right as the intermission has started, or one a new period has started.
the puck goes in the net, over the line, this is a goal, or a score for your team. the team with more scores wins the game.