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09-15-2006, 10:38 AM
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you yourself have failed to show any proof of your interpretation. In the video, it is clear that the puck is there. IT in no way shows it being legal to lift a players stick where the puck is not present.

as we have all read and reviewed...your interpretation of an allowed stick lift to prevent possession of a puck is not in line with the first statement. It is deemed an illegal use of the stick and shall receive the appropriate minor for interference. If you do less than, you are allowing your own personal bias to corrupt the new enforcement standards. I strongly suggest you return to your Head Refing official and get specific clarification including what would be found in the updated/current situations manual

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