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01-23-2013, 10:12 AM
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Double-Minor Penalties

Was there ever a time when a double minor could be called on plays like boarding, charging and elbowing? I know that now there is no provision for calling one on these types of penalties but I seem to recall seeing them in the past (early 90s maybe). Am I just inventing memories that never happened?

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Was there ever a time when a double minor could be called on plays like boarding, charging and elbowing? I know that now there is no provision for calling one on these types of penalties but I seem to recall seeing them in the past (early 90s maybe). Am I just inventing memories that never happened?
Are you referring to a double minor for one of the fouls listed or are you including a double minor combining two of the fouls?

First situation no.

Second situation possible at the NHL level but doubtful. Such calls were common at the youth level, often offset.

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Are you referring to a double minor for one of the fouls listed or are you including a double minor combining two of the fouls?

First situation no.

Second situation possible at the NHL level but doubtful. Such calls were common at the youth level, often offset.
Yes, a double minor for one foul. I must be misremembering I suppose.

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Yes, a double minor for one foul. I must be misremembering I suppose.
I'm not sure if it's still the same, but Butt-ending was always a double minor

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Double minors for roughing used to be given out all the time, usually in instances where a player would drop the gloves but not be able to get a punch in.

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Yes, a double minor for one foul. I must be misremembering I suppose.
I thought there used to be double minors for boarding/elbowing as well.

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I thought there used to be double minors for boarding/elbowing as well.


Yeah same here, pretty sure they were called in the 90s. Charging as well.

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