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Not this question again! It gets asked a lot, you know. Okay, technically, fighting isn't allowed; the players involved will get five minutes in the penalty box for dropping the gloves and sometime more. But fighting rarely gets one ejected from a ga
All the way from Waco to WeHo Всю дорогу от Уэйко 1 до Западного Голливуда, 2 With a rabbit on her chain С подвеской в виде кролика, 3 Drove a little slick car to tend bar Она проехала на маленькой блестящей машинке, чтобы устроиться барменом, With t
A hat-trick or hat trick in sports is the achievement of a positive feat three times in a game, or another achievement based on the number three in some sports. The term first appeared in 1858 in cricket, to describe HH Stephenson's taking three wick
EDIT: I have made this post CW, so that other users can update it, if needed. To answer my question (at least partially) I checked the lists of Gold medalists from junior and senior championships as shown at elitepropects here and here. Note that the
The subject of really fat hockey goalies was actually covered in the book "Andy Roddick Beat Me with a Frying Pan" by Todd Gallagher, which answered a lot of drunken-bar-discussion type questions like that
RULE 73 – PUCK STRIKING AN ON-ICE OFFICIAL i. Game action will not be stopped because the puck touches an on-ice official during the regular course of play except when: The puck enters the goal net as a result of that contact; The puck goes out of pl
I don't have a definitive link, but the answer to the basic question is- sort of. They don't use pine tar, as that would leave a residue on the gloves; but they do occasionally use other substances that are more subtle. According to a user on the Mod
In 2014, the spin-o-rama shootout (and penalty shot) tactic was changed from 'explicitly allowed' in pre-2014/15 rules: The spin-o-rama type move where the player completes a 360° turn as he approaches the goal, shall be permitted as this involves co
It's way higher in soccer than ice hockey. In soccer, a penalty kick is quite close to an automatic goal, averaging around 85% in the English Premier League (source: My Football Facts), whereas in ice hockey, a penalty shot has a conversion rate of a