on your side of the ice it is your zone and on your oponents side it is there zone
A goal is just a goal in hockey.
They are called the half boards because it's an area half-way between the blue line and the goal line. -- In a hockey rink, the half boards are the area along the side boards **half-way** between the blue line and the goal line, roughly from the hash marks to the top of the faceoff circle.
No. The puck has to fully cross the goal line, and must have entered the goal legally.
In college football and the NFL, the distance between the goal posts is 120 yards. The distance between the uprights is 19 feet and 1 inch. Yes?
its called a goal
An attacking zone is the area on an ice hockey pitch between the blue line of the other team's side of the rink and the end board behind the other team's goal.
One point is scored on a goal in hockey.
Starting at the goal line, which is the line on the goalies net and crease. Then there is the Blue line, which is above the top of the circles. Then there is the Red line in the middle of the rink, this is where the puck is dropped at the beginning of each period and the start of every game, and when a team scores. then there is the blue line again and then the goal line again. the hockey rink is symmetrical.