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07-09-2008, 10:13 PM
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Has anyone played in a game where an opposing player ties you up by putting there stick between your legs to slow you down? Or they will put the stick between your legs and twist so you can't move. I always thought that was interference. Apparantly not in every league. I played in Quebec a while back and I went in for the forecheck several times and guys were doing that to me in the nuetral zone. Is there any way to break free from that move when a player does that to you?

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Has anyone played in a game where an opposing player ties you up by putting there stick between your legs to slow you down? Or they will put the stick between your legs and twist so you can't move. I always thought that was interference. Apparantly not in every league. I played in Quebec a while back and I went in for the forecheck several times and guys were doing that to me in the nuetral zone. Is there any way to break free from that move when a player does that to you?
Just continue to skate hard, if the stick is between your legs, it's sure to cause you to loose your balance and fall, which should be tripping, so a pp for your team.

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Has anyone played in a game where an opposing player ties you up by putting there stick between your legs to slow you down? Or they will put the stick between your legs and twist so you can't move. I always thought that was interference. Apparantly not in every league. I played in Quebec a while back and I went in for the forecheck several times and guys were doing that to me in the nuetral zone. Is there any way to break free from that move when a player does that to you?
This move is called the cork screw. Keep your feet moving and you will trip up. You will go down naturally, so don't force it and get caught for the dive. If someone does this to you, take a few strides and you will almost definitely fall down.

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Hack their wrists at the same time. That'll teach em.

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I had a player jab their stick in the back of my knee on a 2 on 1. Of course I lost my balance and there went our scoring chance. That pissed me off.

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Yeah keep skating and you'll get your team a PP.

This reminds me of something I had a guy doing to me when backchecking, so I don't like players sticks between my legs. I had a player taking shots at my cup (and hence, my member). He did it a few times in one backcheck and the ref didn't notice, hurt like hell, I let it go because we were winning. Second time he does it I turned around and took a Chris Simon to the side of his helmet. Funny, cause it didn't hurt him at all, and he threw a fist into my cage, and we got concurring. Best incredibly cheap move I ever did, and I have no regrets. The little ****er deserved it.

Sorry, off topic, but my point was I don't like moves like that....too close to hurting my possible future children.

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I had a player jab their stick in the back of my knee on a 2 on 1. Of course I lost my balance and there went our scoring chance. That pissed me off.
He stopped a potential goal. Good play.

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He stopped a potential goal. Good play.
It's a penalty. If it wasn't called, it should have been.

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Has anyone played in a game where an opposing player ties you up by putting there stick between your legs to slow you down? Or they will put the stick between your legs and twist so you can't move. I always thought that was interference. Apparantly not in every league. I played in Quebec a while back and I went in for the forecheck several times and guys were doing that to me in the nuetral zone. Is there any way to break free from that move when a player does that to you?
I think it is called the "can opener" and it is illegal. They really cracked down on it. Even if you don't trip but it slows you off guard or throws you off stride it should be called. Interference if you don't have the puck, otherwise hooking (I think??)

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I think it is called the "can opener" and it is illegal. They really cracked down on it. Even if you don't trip but it slows you off guard or throws you off stride it should be called. Interference if you don't have the puck, otherwise hooking (I think??)
It's up to the ref by this point. It's pretty much Interference/Hooking/Tripping combined into one ultimate penalty.

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Has anyone played in a game where an opposing player ties you up by putting there stick between your legs to slow you down? Or they will put the stick between your legs and twist so you can't move. I always thought that was interference. Apparantly not in every league. I played in Quebec a while back and I went in for the forecheck several times and guys were doing that to me in the nuetral zone. Is there any way to break free from that move when a player does that to you?
That is interference according to Hockey Canada. Maybe just politely ask the referee what he thinks about it?

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