goal judge definition

  • noun:
    • an ice hockey official which judges whether pucks enter the web and sits directly behind the target, causing a red light and siren when a target is scored.
    • an ice hockey official who judges whether pucks enter the internet and sits right behind the goal, triggering a red light and siren when an objective is scored.
    • an ice hockey authoritative who judges whether pucks enter the web and sits directly behind the target, triggering a red light and siren when a target is scored.
    • an ice hockey authoritative whom judges whether pucks enter the web and sits directly behind the target, triggering a red light and siren whenever a goal is scored.
    • an ice hockey authoritative who judges whether pucks go into the internet and sits straight behind the target, triggering a red light and siren when a target is scored.
    • an ice hockey official who judges whether pucks enter the web and sits straight behind the goal, causing a red light and siren whenever a goal is scored.
    • an ice hockey official which judges whether pucks go into the net and sits straight behind objective, triggering a red light and siren whenever a goal is scored.
    • an ice hockey authoritative whom judges whether pucks enter the net and sits directly behind the goal, triggering a red light and siren whenever a goal is scored.

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