Hockey Glossary: Shot on Goal
In ice hockey, just shooting the puck toward the net does not qualify as a shot on goal. The puck has to either go in or be saved by the goalie. The simple test is: If the puck would have sailed on in if there was no goalie, it’s a shot on goal. And of course if the puck does go in, it’s a shot on goal. So hitting the post, hitting the crossbar, skimming over the top of the net and flying over the goalie’s head do not count as shots—no matter how close they seem to be (particularly to mom and dad).
Editor's Note: Thank you to Kelly Kordes Anton for this story.
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