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Hockey Goals

A player can score a goal in hockey when a puck crosses over the goal line inside the goal enclose. If the goal is scored, then it offers a team with one point. The main aim of the hockey game is to achieve more goals than the rival team.

The role of the defence men and goal tenders are to save the team from scoring a goal. A goal is not considered to be valid if it is thrown to the goal with a stick lifting over the height of the crossbar. If the puck is thrown or kicked into the goal, then also it is not considered to be a goal.

Different Types of Hockey Goals

  • Empty net goal
  • Even strength goal
  • Penalty shot goal
  • Shorthanded goal
  • Power play goal
  • Overtime goal
  • Game winning goal
  • Go-ahead goal
  • Game-tying goal
  • Garbage goal
  • Breakaway goal

Each year National Hockey League players receive Rocket Richard Trophy for scoring the maximum goals. Maurice Richard was the first player who scored about 50 goals at a time in the hockey tournament.

Wayne Gretzky also scores 50 goals in the 39 th match of hockey game. If the player achieves 3 goals in a whole game it is called as a hat trick and when the player keeps on making goals successively, then it is called as a natural hat trick.

Metal Hockey Goals

Franklin Wheeled 4 inches * 6 inches Hockey Goal

Franklin Wheeled 4 inches * 6 inches Hockey Goal

Features

  • Goal size – Width – 72 inches, Depth – 30 inches, Height – 48 inches
  • At the bottom of the net, there is rough skate guard support.
  • Correct tube fixtures provide inflexible structure.

Silver 200 Regulation Metal Hockey Goals

Silver 200 Regulation Metal Hockey Goals

Features

  • Heavy duty weather treated nylon net
  • Premium quality red powder coat finish
  • Welded border steel lacing bar system
  • No plastic or cables and 100 percent welded components.
  • Weight – 38 pounds
  • Size – Deep – 30 inches and 6 inches * 4 inches from the bottom base

2 Inch Tournament Regulation Metal Hockey Goal

2 Inch Tournament Regulation Metal Hockey Goal

Features

  • Weight – 70 lbs
  • 100 percent galvanized steel goal frame
  • Planned for permanent placement for inline, ice or roller hockey
  • It is locked with 8 bolts.
  • It includes base skirting.
  • Pro curve 20 degree radius base