What is the percentage difference between a hockey puck and hockey goal to a soccer ball and soccer goal?
Meaning, which is tougher to score a hockey goal or a soccer goal?
There are a Lot of factors in a question like this
- Are we talking one on one Break away ? If not, you can usually have up to 5-6 teammates crashing the net in soccer. Hockey .. not so much, crashing the net your looking at about 3 forwards.
Goalie Wise - In my opinion a Hockey Goal is a little harder to score on because of the size of the goalie and all the equipment in a slightly bigger net. In soccer you can Chip the Goalie, curve left - right. All depends on the goalies Position.
From a Goalies Perspective, i see being a Goalie in Soccer much more difficult. I'm not saying being a goalie in hockey is easy, i'm sure its very hard as well. But in soccer, there is a much bigger distance to cover, as a Goalie you must know when you come out, at what angle, when to dive.
In my opinion, its just as Hard to Score on Either goal. Maybe a little Easier to score on a soccer goal because of the Goalie Size - Goal Size ratio.
you really are comparing apples to oranges
speed of the object is huge.game play.there are a hundred reasons why they're different.
but a soccer goal is about 24 feet wide and 8 feet high (192 square feet)
the ball is about 27 inches around
a hockey goal is 6 feet wide and 4 feet tall (24 square feet)
and I can't find the exact size of a hockey puck.i believe it's about 4" in diameter by an inch high
.there.i did some searching..you can hit up the calculator.
hope i helped a little bit
I would say a hockey goal is tougher to score. Even with the smallest goalie in minimal padding, there is much less net to shoot at.
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