the goalie only
The Goalie box does not exist. If you are talking about the Goalie Crease, it is a semi-circle in front of the net that is considered the goalie's area and other players are not to invade that area.
Yes, as long as they are in the goalie box
A box of full of sweaty goalkeepers.
Inside their box
No, besides being able handle the ball in the box the same rules apply to the goalie as the other players.
field and goalie box
No u cant cause its going to be considered a handball
Yes, the goalie can go outside the penalty box. However once he does, he is not allowed to use his hands.
Yes, as long as he/she does not touch the ball with their hands.
Yes, as long as you are in the box.
no it does not.
Yes, the goalie is allowed to handle the ball as long as the ball remains in the marked area. I.E. If the goalie slides to get a ball, and slides out of the penalty box, but the ball remains inside, it is still as if he/she had just picked it up standing inside the box. Hope it helps!
the answer is 4 because the goalie never goes in the penalty box and there is only aloud to be atleast 3 including the goalie on the ice (for one team)
If you are meaning in the goalie box, it is just the goalie. But if you are talking actually on the field where the players are, then there is no player.
A goal keeper may not push another player anywhere on the field.
Do you mean in a set kick, a pk, or just regular play and he is taking a shot. In a set kick or regular play every player on the field can be in the goalie box. If it is during a pk then only the shooter and the goalie can be in the box at first while all the other players have to be on the outside of the box until the ball is kicked.
It means the semicircle above and attached to the goalie box
It is a hand ball
No once the goalkeeper comes outside the circle at the box he is booked.
No that is not aloud and would most likely be called as handball.
double tap triangle
The goalie is only allowed to use their hands when inside the 18 yard line (the big goal box which they are protecting).