This question could have two different meanings a hockey goaltender or a soccer goaltender. Since the question deals with subbing in and hockey does not deal with subbing in I will guess you are talking about soccer. The chance of a different goaltender subbing in depends on different situations. In the professional level goaltenders rarely sub in. The few times they will sub in is when the team is winning by a few points to get the sub more on field experience. Also if the starting goaltender gets hurt or receives a red card. In high school and college level different goaltender subs are more common. They will be subbed in if the starting keeper does not preform well, to gain experience to become a better keeper, fill in for a injured keeper, or replace a carded goaltender. To put numbers with this in professional soccer a goaltender may sub in once every five to ten games. High school soccer a goaltender will sub in nearly every game or once every two or three games.
Gerry Cheevers was the best Boston Bruin goaltender.
Ching Johnson, Bill Boyd, Paul Thompson, Lorne Chabot, Lester Patrick (sub-goaltender, manager and coach), Bill Cook, Taffy Abel, Joe Miller (sub-goaltender), Bun Cook.Harry Westerby (trainer), Murry Murdoch, Art Chapman, Leo Bourgault, Patsy Gallighen, (unknown), Frank Boucher, Alex Gray.
Yes, the noun 'goaltender' is a common noun, a general word for any goaltender.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing. A proper noun for the common noun goaltender is the name of a goaltender.
The goaltender trap zone or "the trapezoid" is where the goaltender can safely play the puck. The areas in the corners are called the "no play zone" an if the goaltender plays the puck there it will result in a penalty.
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This is known as the "crease". Different rules apply to this area of the ice and it has been a controversial topic in many games.
Various ones such as hooking, slashing, tripping, high sticking, goaltender interference, cross-checking, boarding, and a few others.
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