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08-26-2007, 07:40 PM
The Muffin Stud
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Back in 1999 I was a left winger on a house league team. Because we were at a low level, refs hardly ever bothered to do such things like throw a player out of the faceoff circle. But one game, we were in the opposing teams zone and the refs decided to throw our player out of the circle after after a fake puck drop.

So I was in, and one thing I knew was when the puck dropped to turn your back against the player to avoid him from getting it. So I did that and we won the faceoff.

HOWEVER, that glory moment would be short lived as my mind was racing so fast I thought, becasue I was facing our goalie with the puck, that I was in our own teams zone.

I started skating to our own end and just realized what I was doing and quickley turned back! It was too late, I was past the blue line and some of my players were still in, I was called offside.

My teammates began skating up to me on the ice wanted to figure out what the hell my "method" was. I was pretty red.

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