2 minutes, most penalties are, except for a cut if bleeding (4 minutes) or other exceptions.
No throwing your stick will result in a penalty.
Minor and major penalties will be served by one of the players (for the offending team) that was on the ice at the time of the penalty.
When someone on team A commits a severe enough penalty, someone on Team B takes a one on one shot with the goalie
Yes. A hockey goalie can get the same penalties as a skater gets.
Boarding Charging Checking from Behind Cross-Checking Delayed Penalty Elbowing Fighting High Sticking Holding Hooking Interference Penalty Shot Slashing Spearing Tripping
the best goalie in hockey is Roberto luongo
there is a one in three chance. they'll score they'll miss or you will save it
If the goalie makes a kick save or toe save and the puck stays active, it is not considered possession and play continues. If the goalie makes a secure glove save or covers up the puck it is considered possession, resulting in a stoppage of play where the penalty is then assessed.
yes because your still shorthanded
the goalie only
A powerplay is often awarded when a penalty is given to the opposing team. When a player makes an illegal play, such as hooking or cross-checking, he is given a penalty. The offending player is then sent to the penalty box, usually two minutes for a minor penalty and five minutes for a major penalty. The team of the offending player is then shorthanded-they are only allowed to have four players (minus the goalie) on the ice. The time that the offending player spends in the penalty box is a powerplay for the other team.
A hockey goalie can be very fast. Not as fast as a player but still fast in a different way.