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- A puck is a disk used in various games serving the same functions as a ball does in ball games.
- Puck (German Putzig) is a town on the south coasts of the Baltic Sea in Eastern Pomerania region, north-western Poland with some 12,000 inhabitants.
- Puck is a fairy in a midsummer night's dream.
- Puck is a fairy spirit who serves Oberon.
- Puck is a mischievous pre-Christian nature spirit.
- Bay of Puck or Puck Bay (Polish: Zatoka Pucka) is a shallow western part of the Bay of Gdansk in the southern Polish land of Gdansk Pomerania.
- Stick-handling A term for carrying the puck along the ice with the stick.
- If youre carrying the puck to the other teams net, then look for your linemate.
- This is opposed to carrying the puck into the zone.
- He backhanded the puck through Niemi's legs - he couldn't even get his pads on it - with 26.5 seconds left to tie the game.
- A player can angle their feet so the puck can redirect into the net, but there can be no kicking motion.
- The official drops the puck directly between the opposing centers, who then vie for control using their sticks and feet.
- With the 16,500 fans at Pacific Coliseum on their feet, Bure skated in, deked twice and tried to stuff the puck around Richter at the right post.
- Goaltenders wear masks and much bulkier, specialized equipment designed to protect them from many direct hits from the puck.
- That all changed when the masks became so strong that goalies actually were able to make saves by blocking the puck with their masks.
- After hitting Christie in the mask, the puck bounced in the air and fell behind him into the net.
- Afterwards Gump complained he couldn't see the puck at his feet and that the mask was still too hot and made it hard to breathe.
- Stick checking, sweep checking, and poke checking are legal uses of the stick to obtain possession of the puck.
- Each puck weighs approximately 6 ounces.
- He surpasses pretty much every player in his path to catch the puck carrier, who he then neatly pokes the puck from.
- Richards skated behind the net, stole the puck from defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson and backhanded a shot past Niemi for his seventh goal of the playoffs.
- P.K. Subban poked the puck out into the slot for Gomez to score his second of the playoffs 6:53 into the third to bring the score to 3-2.
- In Game 5, with the series tied at two games apiece, a deflected puck struck Steve Yzerman in the left eye, sidelining him for the remainder of the playoffs.
- Trailing 3-0, the Flyers wasted little time in getting one of the goals back as Leino took the puck to side of the net and tried to stuff it in.
- Chris Gratton was credited with the go-head goal without ever shooting the puck, and Florida hung on to edge the Flyers, 2-1, at the Wachovia Center.
- Dig An attempt to gain possession of the puck in the corners of the rink.
- They attempt to break up passes, block shots, clear the puck from in front of their own net and cover the opposing forwards.
- With under a minute left, Edmonton netminder Nikolai Khabibulin came out of the crease to attempt to gain control of the puck in the left circle.
- Fan When a player misses the puck when attempting to play or shoot it.
- A short handed team is not penalized for clearing the puck out of its zone during a powerplay.
- Once the puck is in the end zone, the blue line becomes part of that end zone.
- Koniecpolski recaptured the town of Putzig, erlier Pautzke at the Pautzker Wiek (now Puck) on 2 April.
- Koniecpolski subsequently won a series of victories in 1627 at Puck, at Hamersztyn (Czarne), and at Tczew.
- Nonetheless, Swedes now controlled almost all Baltic ports, with the exception of Danzig, Puck, Königsberg (Królewiec) and Liepāja (Libau, Libawa).
- Delayed Whistle: When a violation occurs, the official will not blow the whistle to stop play as long as the non-offending team is in possession of the puck.
- The official will whistle the play "dead" with the puck still visible to others.
- In this style a goalie will go down to stop the puck and will kick their pads out wards with their toes pointed towards the ceiling.
- In this style, goaltenders are to stop the puck from a standing position, not going down.
- His "flopping" style is derived from him flailing in the crease, using every part of his body, including his head, to stop the puck.
- The two teammates of the scorer who last touched the puck before him, provided that no opponent touched it in between, are each credited with an assist.
- Icing is not called if that player's team is playing shorthanded, one of his teammates touches the puck first or defending goaltender touches the puck first.
- Headmanning the puck is the tactic of always passing to the player farthest down the ice.
- In many cases, players try to take advantage of the shape of the goal by deliberately passing the puck off the bottom of the goal frame.
- Operating up and down the middle of the ice, Centers lead their team's attack by passing the puck between his two wings to set up a goal.
- Any player who shoots the puck directly over the glass in his defending zone will be penalized for delay of game.
- Replays showed that the puck went about a foot past the goal line before Gerber pulled it back with his stick and smothered it.
- Some good passing commenced, up until Sundin tried to play it back to the blue-liners, resulting in the puck going all the way back into Toronto ice.
- Suddenly he skated back into the game, grabbed the puck and raced up the ice.
- Also, a goal that is scored by means of hitting the puck with a high stick will not be counted.
- At a Flying Fathers game in Kincardine in 2002, Costello was hit in the head by a puck, falling back and hitting his head on the ice.
- One-timer: Hitting the puck directly upon receiving a pass.
- The game was commonly called Ice Hurley as well as Ice Hockey, and used a wooden puck.
- There are two major rules of play in ice hockey that limit the movement of the puck: offsides and icing.
- A goal in ice hockey is a scoring event where the puck enters a space inside a goal net considered to belong to one of the teams.
- The largely straight coastline is indented by the Szczecin Lagoon, the Bay of Puck, and the Vistula Lagoon.
- Perfect! Third part of plan: find out of Bryan Trottier or Mike Bossy have any offspring that can put the puck in the net.
- His goal was a pretty play as he circled the net and left the puck for Joe Sakic who then fed it back to Jones who had cut to the front of the net.
- The rounded portion of the goal frame prevents players behind the net from passing the puck to the front of the net right along the goal post.
- Clearing the puck When the puck is passed, knocked, or shot away from the front of the goal net or other area.
- Goaltender shaking that causes the puck to move on the ice surface will receive a penalty.
- The logo features an angry hockey stick-wielding whale, blowing a puck and spout of water out its blow hole.
- It is in Gdańsk Pomerania on the south coast of the Baltic Sea (Bay of Puck).
- Air hockey is played indoors with a puck on an air-cushion table.
- Inline hockey, played ideally in an indoor rink (plastic surface) or outdoor cement rink with a plastic puck.
- It defines the word puck as "… The blow given by a hurler to the ball with his caman or hurley is always called a puck".
- Inline hockey, played indoors with a ball or puck.
- Most of the time, a ball is used instead of a puck, because a puck would be too difficult to hit on an asphalt or cement surface.
- Each side attempts to shoot the puck or ball into the opposing team's net.
- They try to break up passes, block shots, cover opposing forwards and clear the puck from in front of their own goal.
- Icing occurs when a player shoots the puck across both the center line and the opposing team's goal line without the puck going into the net.
- 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.
- Players may not intentionally bat the puck into the net with their hands.
- The goaltender is allowed to immobilize the puck with his hands or body.
- The puck can be moved with the hockey stick or the feet, but picking it up with the hands is illegal.
- The object is to drive a puck (a small, hard rubber disk) into the opponents' goal with a hockey stick, thus scoring one point.
- Anton Stastny, A talented brother and a player who knew how to put the puck in the net (in both the NHL and Czech Elite League).
- Because of that action, he became the possessor of the puck prior to his skate entering the crease, which the NHL determined made the goal legitimate.
- According to NHL and IIHF rules, the entire puck must cross the entire goal line in order to be counted as a good goal.
- Ice hockey is played on ice with a three inch (76.2 mm) diameter vulcanized rubber disc called a puck.
- Sergei Brylin had an open shot within 90 seconds for New Jersey, but the puck hit off the heel of his stick.
- The puck hit in the center faceoff circle and slid untouched into the empty net at 19:04 and Lexington went on to win 2-0.
- Screen shot: Screen shots are blind shots, in which the goalie has to anticipate where the puck will hit.
- Bill Burchmore had witnessed Plante getting hit in the forehead with a puck, resulting in a 45 minute delay in the game while he was being stitched up.
- He witnessed Plante getting hit in the forehead with a puck, resulting in a 45 minute delay of game while he was being stitched up.
- Sledge Hockey is a variant of ice hockey using sledges to allow participants to move about the rink at high speeds whilst controlling and hitting a puck.
- With Lexington leading 1-0 late in the third period, Dayton dumped the puck behind the net where Smith gained control and flipped it out of the zone.
- There was only a minute left to play in the third period and if that puck had gone in, we would have won the Stanley Cup," Bouchard recalled.
- He stopped 34 of 35 shots and was holding a shutout until Bruins forward Pat Leahy jammed a loose puck under him three minutes into the third period.
- He netted his first of the game at 10:08 when he collected his own rebound on the backhand and slid the puck under Kiprusoff.
- The U.S. cleared its defensive zone with a nudge of the puck that slid slowly in toward Kiprusoff.
- Phil Kessel raced up ice and forced Kiprusoff to come way out of his crease to play the puck.
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