Yes, A goal is a goal, regardless of who scored it. The same thing applies if a player scores an "own goal " in his own net.
however a player does not receive a plus for scoring a goal on a powerplay
and a player does not receive a minus for being on the ice for a goal scored against you killing a penalty
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I. Sheldon Posen has written: '626 By 9' -- subject(s): Hockey players, Pictorial works, Statistics
Six players are allowed on the ice at a time. The number of players on a team typically range anywhere from 12-22 players. It depends on how many players the coach wants on his bench and how many players are allowed on the roster by the league. In the NHL, rosters usually have about 20-22 players.
43. But the interesting thing about statistics is that 98% of them are made up.
In Hockey, the players are allowed to fight and beat each other ip. Its part of the game. No other sport allows any of that.
More checking is allowed as the players get older. The adults get away with more than the five year olds. But even the adults can't do huge checks like in Ice Hockey. It is just a bit less.
NBA players first Olympics was the 1992 Summer Games in Barcelona and NHL players first Olympics was the 1998 Winter Games in Nagano.
NHL teams are allowed to list twenty two (22) players on their official roster.
In hockey statistics, the PP stands for Power Play.
Professional Hockey Players' Association was created in 1967.