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05-08-2013, 04:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Thrill22 View Post
I'd be okay with this, if there was some way in PeeWee they can come up with some kind of leeway in incidental contact - they can't continue to call 2 mins for body contact because they bump shoulders fighting for the puck and the little guy falls down. What's that teaching them?

An actual thrown body check? Sure, penalty. An accidental full on body check? Doesn't matter, penalty. One kid makes a great play taking away the puck, but bumps the other kid, let it go.

Leave the zero tolerance in Atom, I'm all for that.
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Originally Posted by Bobblehead View Post
Tha hockey Alberta site says that body contact isn't ruled out, just checking is ruled out. Not sure how a 16year old refereee will be able to always tell the difference. Sounds like more abuse to be heeped on officials, here's the quote....

There will be no body checking allowed at the Peewee level, there will still be body contact allowed at the Peewee level."
Body contact (rub-outs) has been aloud in Atom and now Peewee, its body checking that isn't allowed. This very hard for referees, especially the ones that allow the rubouts, seems like the refs that call all contact seem to get the least hassle. It is very difficult to differentiate between a body check and rubout for some of these referees and especially hockey moms.

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