Why even ask this question? This is hockey, not football. Just put your stick in the air and let the goalie dig the puck out of the back of the net, already!
The back in hockey defends. They stop the hockey ball from going inside the goal. Just like the goal keeper. But if the backs stop the ball from going to near the D, they are good backs.
All are silly hockey lingo of the 21st century, recognized by most who play the game on a regular basis. dizzy dangle = good stick handling usually around an opponent, sometimes as a deke on a goalie that results in a goal. gino = "gee-know" a goal, may also be referred to as a grape. apple = an assist. sick celly = a cool looking celebration after scoring a goal.
Whenever a player has a negative rating in hockey it is considered bad because it identifies how many times they've been on the ice when the opposing team scores a goal.
Star man is good for turning and running. Laps to keep up your fitness. Goal scoring is good for attackers, get someone to stand in the goal and try to stop the balls while you are shooting. Penalty shooting. Good for attackers and defenders. Practise for when they happen in the game. Have fun!
Everything is good about hockey its fun to watch and there are some good fighting
well tell me the real is that it can be a good celebration.
He is the epitome of hockey.
yes he is a very good hockey player
he is really good at hockey
Men are good
Hockey is a good form of exercise which I suppose is also quite good for channeling aggression! but its boring and good for nothing
Your question does't even make sense. If it is: Are Canadians from Montreal good at hockey? Then there is no way of knowing. Hockey was invented in Canada but that doesn't mean everyone there is good at it. When you ask if someone from Montreal is good at hockey, then you are just narrowing it down.