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Hockey is a great sport that is watched and played by many Americans To play hockey there are many things that will be needed to survive There are three basic parts of hockey that are needed to be learned to play this game The first one is to learn the rules of hockey the second is all the measurements of the game and the third are the basics of how to playFirst of all the most important thing is to know how to play There are many rules you have to know Also the referees give signals and they mostly mean that a penalty is about to be given The first rule is high sticking and that is where an opponent hits another with his stick and the stick is above his shoulder Hockey Rules 3 When someone hits another with his elbow then they will get a penalty for elbowing When a player turns his stick the long ways and holds his stick with both hands and hits the other player like that then he will get a penalty for cross checking If a player is driven into the boards by an illegal check then a two-minute penalty will be served in the penalty box If the puck crosses the center without being touched by a defending opponent icing will be called and a face off will be at the other side of the rink closest to the defending teams goal When the player goes into the defending zone and he is ahead of the puck then the referees will call offsides and a face off will occur On purpose if someone falls on the puck they will receive a minor penalty If a someone does something gross like losing a piece of their clothing thats not acceptable then a gross misconduct penalty will be called The player will receive a 200-dollar fine and might be kicked out of the game Official Rules
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