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11-24-2012, 05:27 PM
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Jimmyboi
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Originally Posted by Malreg View Post
In Quebec, whether it's a checking or non-checking league, any check from behind is either a 2+10 min misconduct, or a 5+10 minute misconduct.

Whether it deserves a 2+10 or a 5+10 is up to the referee. If it resulted in an injury, or was judged an intent to injure, then it will be a 5 minute major. If the ref gives a 2+10 the player also receives an automatic 1 game suspension, if it's a 5+10 it's an automatic 2 game suspension.
Had to think for a while, but you guys say game misconduct as 10, right? in IIHF 10 min is personal misconduct penalty, ex. for unsportmanlike conduct, 20 minutes is game miscondcut and 25 is match penalty

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