Question about a hooking penalty
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03-13-2009, 02:16 AM
Join Date: Nov 2008
If your'e guilty of hooking, your stick is probably always going to be parallel to the ice, or close to it. It's not a penalty to have your stick parallel to the ice, unless one end is on the body of an opposing player. I think people say that to give an idea of the position of the stick during a legitimate hook.
And as far as I know, unless you break the other player's stick with a slash or cross check, then lifting and holding the other player's stick down, using only your own stick, no such penalty exsists for stick on stick puck battles.
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