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07-21-2010, 11:58 PM
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A lot of the times, in men's rec hockey, the players don't know the limits of what they can do, what they can't do, what is incidental, and what has a message attached to it.

IE. the guy who pushed you after the pass, no one can come on here and tell you, yea, that's a penalty, without actually seeing it, sometimes it can be, sometimes it won't be.

If you want officials to call everything in men's rec hockey, you are gonna want to get into another sport because that won't happen, for 2 reasons, A. games would take way too long, and B. teams won't have enough players, typically in a men's game, for every penalty that is actually called, there are 3-4 that could have been called, that's just how it is.

For the absolute moron who told you to slewfoot someone, the guy should never step on the ice again, that is absolutely brutal, and the guy obviously has never been on the receiving end of a well timed slewfoot otherwise he would know better than to state that.

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