Goals for (GF) are simply the number of goals that a team scores, not including shootout goals.
usually for an against refer to goals. "goals for" is the total number of goals a team scores in a season or period of time and "goals against" is the total they have given up.
There is no limit to how many goals a team can score in a hockey game.
In the average soccer game, the losing team scores .54 goals and the winning team scores 1.63 goals
You get a "+1" for being on the ice when your team scores and a "-1" when your on the ice when the opposing team scores
netball scores are people who keep track of how many goals each team scores ;)
A Unanswered goal is a goal were the other team doesnt score after you do
If in eight matches a football team scores a total of 24 goals then the average goals per match is 3.
It's quite simple really. If a player is on the ice when his team scores a goal, he gets a plus. If he is on the ice when the opposition scores, he gets a minus. For example, if during a game , the player is on the ice when his team scores 3 goals , but is on the ice when the other team scores two, he is a plus one (+1). However, power play goals are not factored into the mix, although shorthanded goals are.
Score more goals then then the other team and have sex with a lot of ice bunnies.
GF and GA are team stats meaning "Goals For" and "Goals Against"GF is the total amount goals scoredGA is the total amount of goals the other team scored.