Not possible. The puck would have to be moving MUCH faster than any human is capable of shooting it to actually move the net...just to answer the physics question.
Did someone say physics!?
- A hockey puck weighs 6 oz = 0.17 kg
- A hockey goal weighs 125 pounds = 56.69 kg (http://www.arizonasp...-48/sku/238opw/)
A little background on what I'm about to do for those who are interested: In order for the net to move, a shot (force) hitting the net's center of mass would have to overcome the initial static friction (which we can assume there is none due to the ice's slipperiness). Essentially all there is then is to say that a horizontal force must exceed the downward force due to the mass of the net and gravity, in order for the net to move at all.
Force = mass*acceleration (in this case acceleration is gravity)
Fnet = (56.69kg)*(9.81m/s2) = 556.13 Newtons
Thus, the force of the puck needs to exceed 556.13 Newtons to be able to move the net.
The hardest shot recorded is 105.4 mph = 47.12 m/s
The kinetic energy of a shot with this speed is KE = (1/2)*m*v2 = (1/2)*(0.17kg)*(47.12m/s)2 = 188.72 Newtons*m. This amount is only equal to the Work, however. In order to equate it to the Force applied, you must divide this number by the distance, which can be said from the top of the circle, is about 35 feet = 10.67 m. So (188.72 N*m)/(10.67 m) = 17.69 Newtons, roughly 3% of the necessary energy required to cause the net to move.
Working backwards using the necessary force to move the net, the necessary Kinetic Energy is KE = (556.13 N)*(10.67 m) = 5933.9 Nm. Put that into the Kinetic energy equation and solve for velocity: v2 = (5933.9 Nm)/(1/2)/(0.17 kg) = 69810.67 m2/s2. Take the square root to get velocity: v = 264.2 m/s, which is 590.99 miles per hour. To get an idea of how fast that is, the speed of sound is 340.29 m/s, which is 768 miles per hour.
But of course it's fake. You can tell by how the net moves before the puck even hits the net on the last two shots.
Crosby may be a ******, but he's only a ****** because he plays for Pittsburgh. He's good, real good. I'll take him on my team any day. Fake or not fake, its a cool video. Just because Datsyuk isn't Reebok's poster boy doesn't mean you gotta hate on every Crosby video that comes out.
Douchiness and the Pittsburgh Penguins are completely uncorrelated.
Douchiness and Sidney Crosby being a whiny ***** is completely correlated.