get the puck into the goal
The hockey puck was invented so hockey players had something to shoot into the goal.
It depends on how hard you shoot the puck.
yes rough ice does effect the speed of the puck in ice hockey. it makes the puck go slower then if it was smooth ice.
Get the puck in the other team's goal.
try to shoot the puck in the net!
no you can not kick the puck
Put the puck in the goal
No. The puck has to fully cross the goal line, and must have entered the goal legally.
A puck is call a puck in Ice-Hockey it is a small rubber disc, where the goal is to get that disc into the back of your opponent's net more than they do to you.
The average lifespan of an NHL hockey puck is 7 minutes.
no you cant that's not allowed in hockey you have to hit it in with the hockey stick
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.
On average a slapshotted hockey puck travels 125 MPH
yes you get the goal
keep your eye on the puck.
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yes......there must be space between the goaline and the puck.
The hockey puck hurts more.
Any shot (of the puck) that has a reasonable chance of crossing the goal line.
a top shelf goal is when the puck is shot in the upper part of the net
You use it to shoot in opponent's goal. Hockey players use the stick to control the puck. It's basically like all sports - the ball, puck are supposed to score points.