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I want to know how to become a good hockey goalie


Hard shots are not easy to take full against body or pads.
In school i played field hockey goalie and i tried the gorilla stance and it tended to work very well!
If you hang your arms next to your body stick facing in or out and bend a little that your stomach sucks in a bit.
Helped me not be that afraid of being tanked in the stomach.
if you playing ice hockey try fill that goal be a presence!
good luck

Jun 02, 2016 | Hockey

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What is off-sides in Ice Hockey


A player without possession of the puck and with both skates in the offensive zone before the puck becomes "offside."

The essence of the rule is to prevent play from being reduced to end-to-end passing to players camping out in the offensive/attacking zone.

May 09, 2014 | Hockey

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What are the hockey rules


The rules of hockey are extensive and are managed/updated regularly. Best answer to your question would be from your own exploration of the rules in the area of interest you have in them. Attached is the link to the NHL's rule sight: www.nhl.com/ice/m_page.htm?ide=27011

Apr 28, 2014 | Hockey

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10 basic rules rules for hockey


1. The first player to accumulate seven (7) points wins the game.

2. When the puck enters and drops inside a player's goal, the player's opponent receives one point (unless play had been suspended by the referee or the offensive player had committed a foul during or prior to the shot.)

3. After each game, players will alternate tablesides.

4. The player scored upon receives possession of the puck for the next serve.

5. A player may hand serve the puck only after it has entered his goal.

6. A player may play with only one mallet on the playing surface at one time. Violation results in a foul.

7. The puck may be struck with any part of the mallet.

8. The puck cannot be "topped" by lifting the mallet and placing it on the top of the puck. This cannot be done at any time whether before a serve or after a serve during play. Violation constitutes a foul. Using the mallet to bring an airborne puck to the table or opponent's goal is not a topping violation no matter which side or edge of the puck is contacted.

9. Only one puck may be in play at a given moment.

10. A player has seven (7) seconds to execute a shot, which crosses the centerline. The seven (7) seconds begins as soon as the puck enters and remains on that player's side of the centerline. Violation of this rule is a foul.

Source: http://www.airhockeyworld.com/usaarules.asp

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Sep 16, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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What is the best kind of skate for a 4 year old who is learning ice hockey?


It's great to start your kids with ice skating early. It's a skill that translates to a lot of other activities. The best kind of skate to get is the kind that your kid can put your entire shoed foot in and is then you strap them in the front and the back. This is the best because he can basically walk in them which creates a great transition from walking to skating.

Feb 06, 2013 | Hockey

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What is hooking in hockey?


Hooking is a serious offense in hockey that will result in a penalty if the referee catches it. Hooking is when one player hooks his stick over another player's stick or infront of his skates. This will cause the player to fall down and possible to injured. It is an offence that is taken very seriously and is considered a tactic of an inexperienced player.

Feb 06, 2013 | Hockey

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Why does a hockey stick have a hook on the end?


Thread of a hockey stick is a hook shape as it allows the players to have more control of the ball. There are 3 different types of head and you can read all about them at this site: http://www.hockeysticks.co.uk/hockey_stick_head_shape.htm

Jan 17, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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What are the rules in official air hockey games?


In official air hockey games, there are basic USAA rules that the players need to play by: Players can stand anywhere around their side of the air hockey table (center), but cannot go to the sides. Players cannot touch the puck (palming). If any part of their body or clothes touches the puck, a "palming foul" is called. Players can hit the puck with every part of the mallet, besides the bottom part. There should be only one puck during gameplay. A player can use only one air hockey mallet. A player cannot place the mallet on the puck in order to slow it or stop it (topping). When the puck is on the center line, both players can strike it. Once the puck is in the player's side of the centerline, he/she has 7 seconds to strike it back. For more rules, check out these websites: http://www.justairhockeytables.com/air-hockey-tables/airhockeyrulesarticle.cfm, http://www.ehow.com/facts_4868311_official-air-hockey-rules.html, and http://www.sportssearchdata.com/articles/606/1/Basic-Rules-of-Air-Hockey/Page1.html.

Aug 08, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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What are the rules of Air Hockey?


Here are some basic rules as defined by the USAA:
  • A face-off or coin toss decides which player gets the first possession of the puck.
  • The first person to score 7 points by shooting the puck into the opponent's goal wins the game. When the puck breaks the horizontal plane inside the goal, a point is counted, whether or not captured by the electronic scoring device.
  • Once the puck is on a certain player's side of the center line, he/she has 7 seconds to hit the puck back across the center line. Otherwise a foul is committed and the opponent receives possession of the puck.
  • Placing one's mallet on top of the puck, known as topping, is a foul. Here the opponent receives possession of the puck.
  • A player cannot touch or strike the puck with any part of his/her body or with any object other than the mallet. Doing so causes a foul and possession changes hands.
  • If the puck is on a clear path into the goal and the player stops it with anything other than the mallet, this is goaltending. Here the opponent receives a free shot.
  • Hitting the puck when it is on the opposite side of the center line, or crossing the center line completely with one's mallet causes a foul. Here the opponent receives possession of the puck.
  • Red lines in the air hockey should not be crossed by the air hockey mallet. (Catalan Champion Chip)
  • If there is a red line on the goals, it means that you cannot keep the air hockey mallet behind the red line. (Catalan Champion Chip)
  • If the puck leaves the table, a foul is called on the player that caused the puck to go out of play due to offensive motion and the opposing player gets possession of the puck. Generally, when a player causes the puck to leave the table with a forward motion of the mallet, even defensively (known as charging), the foul is charged on them. An out of play foul results in the opponent receiving possession of the puck.
  • The players playing cannot touch the puck at any time during pl ay, but if one player scores they can put the puck in loser's side.

Jul 25, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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What are the air hockey rules?


basically the player who accumulated 7 pointsfirst wins the game. To read more go here: http://www.airhockeyworld.com/usaarules.asp

Jul 09, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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