a game played by two teams who compete to score goals by throwing a ball that emits audible sound when in motion. Players, who may be blind or sighted, are blindfolded during play
the ball used in this game
[goh-ler] /ˈgoʊ lər/ noun, Canadian. 1. goalkeeper in the game of ice hockey.
noun, Ice Hockey. 1. 1 (def 4).
[goh-lee] /ˈgoʊ li/ noun 1. a . /ˈɡəʊlɪ/ noun 1. (informal) short for goalkeeper n. 1921, from goal + -ie. Probably a shortening of goal-tender (1909), which tends to be the term used in ice hockey, as opposed to goal-keeper (1650s).
[gohl-kee-per] /ˈgoʊlˌki pər/ noun 1. (in ice hockey, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, etc.) a player whose chief duty is to prevent the ball or puck from crossing or entering the . /ˈɡəʊlˌkiːpə/ noun 1. (sport) a player in the goal whose duty is to prevent the ball, puck, etc, from entering or crossing it