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02-18-2013, 04:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Mrb1p View Post
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).
Good Job proving us both right.

Um... The Avs (offensive team) made a pass and deflected. It says it has to be the Preds to pass out of the zone and deflects back in.

This was a HORRIBLE call.

edit: Offensive team plays puck and deflects off a defensive player into the defensive players zone, is offside. From the rule you posted: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.

Not sure how you were confused.

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