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06-02-2006, 06:15 PM
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Originally Posted by sXe
In case Mr.Cherry didn't notice there's no ice on the other side of the glass. That's the difference between using a strategic play (icing) and throwing the puck out of play.
The best way to avoid those penalties is to learn to play hockey. I never saw " if all else fails throw it in the stands" in a hockey manual.
This year was obviously a transition year, give it time.
At the beginning of the year we thought players would never learn to control their sticks but are doing a much better job now ( and complaining less about it). It proves you can teach old dogs after all.

Many players accidently ice the puck when all they wanted to do was clear the zone...but they dont get a penalty. Many players accidently chip the puck over the glass but they get a penalty. That's the point being made.

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