I can't tell without seeing you play. Plus your performance might suffer if you can't skate well. It doesn't mean you're good at street hockey that you'll be good on the ice. Street is easier since it's played with a ball and less gear. And you said your netminder barely wears equipment, it's not difficult to get a goal when someone doesn't have anything on. I know guys that score many goals in floor hockey with dressed goalies, it doesn't mean anything. The ball is easier to lift, it's slower, etc. Ice hockey is a lot harder!
Did you join or you intend to try out? If you haven't yet, work on your hockey skills (shooting, passing, strategies like back-checking, etc) and your skating techniques. Learn the rules.