Maori weapons mainly consist of short one-handed clubs or long two-handed clubs. These clubs have different names according to their shape and the material they are made from. Short clubs or patu are called mere if they are made of pounamu and their shapes include kotiate and wahaika. The most common long club is called a taiaha.
Kirby Puckett played in just one game at short stop for the Minnesota Twins in 1992 and did not start. He made no putouts, had no assists, and committed no errors, equivalent to 0 errors per game (estimate based on total games played in). He had no double plays.
FASTEST THREE GOALS IN A SINGLE GAME (one player): BILL MOSIENKO, 21 SECONDS, March 23, 1952 FASTEST THREE GOALS IN A SINGLE GAME (one team): 20 seconds - Boston Bruins, at Boston, Feb. 25, 1971 3rd period. --John Bucyk scored at 4:50, Ed Westfall at 5:02 and Ted Green at 5:10.
Eric Soderholm played in just one game at short stop for the Minnesota Twins in 1973 and did not start. He played for a total of 6 outs, equivalent to .22 9-inning games. He made no putouts, had no assists, and committed no errors, equivalent to 0 errors per 9-inning game. He had no double plays.
Wes Walz was the very first player for the Minnesota Wild to score a short handed goal
In 1988-1989 Mario scored 13 short handed goals, an NHL single season record. He is the only player in the NHL to ever score more than 10 short-handed goals in two different seasons.
A short handed goal means that the team that scored the goal was down a man, i.e., they had at least one person in the penalty box. In other words, they didn't have five skaters on the ice. If you are the other team (without the penalty) then you are considered to be on the power play and your goal will be considered a power play goal. Top shelf goals mean that the player shot the puck into the top of the net. Picture a book shelf. Now picture the puck going in the top shelf. A slight correction on a "top shelf " goal. The shooter is shooting the puck into the INSIDE of the top of the net, under the cross bar. This is done by using a "lifter shot " that comes up from the stick, at short range, and is very hard to stop. A short-handed goal is when you score with a man on your team is in the penalty box and you score and a top-shelf goal is when you get the puck up high on the net..
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i want to know about short hands , bt i dont know short words about ..?