[ATTACH=CONFIG]197[/ATTACH]Aight guys, this picture shows how angles effect goaltending in hockey. The puck can take many possible paths, but in order to be "on net" it must travel inside the angle drawn by connecting the posts to the puck (the lines in the picture). Because this narrows as it moves closer the the shot, goalie can cover more net by moving towards the shot. The skull and crossbones shows that as the goalie moves out, the shooter has less space to shoot at. Next week, how far away from the net should the goalie move when saving a shot?