Assuming that you're referring to ice hockey, the French term for a goalie's blocker is a "bouclier" (shield), sometimes called a "plaque" (I assume this is a French Canadian term)
um. in the goal? haha. hense the term goalie.
No, goalie is a noun.
A term in the House is 2 years.
there would subsitute another goalie
No, there isn't a goalie in basketball.
You are not allowed to hit a goalie in the NHL. Of you do you will get a 2 minute penalty for goalie interference.
It dictates the area in which the goalie should have complete freedom of movement and is the goalie's area.
the illinois house term is 2 years
Theirs no specific term for this. A lot of people call it a "save".
Yes you can, Goalie or no goalie :)
The goalie is Tim Thomas!
Yes, as long as they are in the goalie box
It all depends on how you touch them, if the goalie has possession, and if the goalie is dribbling the soccer ball.
for the House of Representatives, it is a two year term.
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. goalie sticks are bigger and shaped differently to be able to have more of a chance of stopping the puck.
No, it is against the rules to be a goalie and be a captain. A goalie can be an assistant captain, but not a regular captain.