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02-18-2013, 04:03 PM
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Originally Posted by HankyZetts View Post
I'm pretty sure that doesn't matter. The defense has to willingly bring the puck into his own zone for it to be onside.

83.2 Deflections / Rebounds When a defending player propels the puck out of his defending zone and the puck clearly rebounds off a defending player in the neutral zone back into the defending zone, all attacking players are eligible to play the puck. However, any action by an attacking player that causes a deflection/rebound off a defending player in the neutral zone back into the defending zone (i.e. stick check, body check, physical contact), a delayed off-side shall be signaled by the Linesman.
A puck that deflects back into the defending zone off an official who is in the neutral zone will be off-side (or delayed off-side, as appropriate).

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