What are hockey goals called?

Answer A goal in hockey, the act of scoring for one's team, is called making a goal. To make a goal, the player shoots the hockey puck into a cage, known as a goal cage, which is defended by a player know... Read More »

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How big is a hockey net?

A regulation hockey net is 6 feet wide, 4 feet high and has holes no larger than 1/2 inch. The standard color is white and the standard material is nylon cord. The net is supported by detachable po... Read More »

How to Go to a Hockey Game?

Hockey is a sport on ice where two teams try to score points with a puck. Going to the games can be tough, and even harmful. Follow these tips to see a hockey game

How to Score in Ice Hockey?

You burst past the defence... It's a breakaway! You fake a shot and... miss. Time after time again you miss that game-sealing shot. Your team mates don't say it, but you aren't pulling your weight.... Read More »

How to Run a Hockey Scoreboard?

It's the 3rd period with 20 seconds left between the Redwings and the Maple Leafs at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, the redwings score, winning 2-1 over the leafs. The scoreboard above the ice display... Read More »