Contradictory rules on penalties/frees
Rules anomaly on lift-and-strike technique is putting defenders into no-man's land
"A penalty puck shall be taken at the centre point of the 20-metre line and the semi-circular arc and only three defending players may stand on the goal-line. All other players, with the exception of the player taking the puck, shall be outside the 20-metre line and shall not cross the 20-metre line or the arc until the ball has been struck. If a defending player(s) fouls before the ball is struck and a goal does not result, the referee shall allow the penalty puck to be re-taken."
Query 1: How can a goalkeeper/defender be 20 metres away when the actual strike takes place as close as 13 metres from goal?
Query 2: Why mention a goal specifically? If a defending player fouls before the ball is struck and the taker goes for a point and misses, where does the rule allow for a re-take?
"All players, except the player taking the free puck (excluding penalties), shall be 20 metres from where the puck is being taken.
Query: Same as in 1 above.