Hockey Term: Penalty Stroke

By durbshockey | In Hockey Terms Explained | on September 10, 2017

Penalty stroke also know as a p-flick: A penalty shot on goal where an offender is awarded one shot against only the goalie. The ball is placed seven yards (6.4 meters) from the goal and only the goalkeeper is allowed to defend. The call is mainly awarded when a defender fouls an opponent in the shooting circle.

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