Mike Posted September 25, 2012 Share Posted September 25, 2012 This happened in a youth game this weekend. Apparently there was massive confusion and arguing. I don't even know what the final decision was but it's an interesting situation: Team "A" player skating down the boards is tripped by Team "B" player.....refs hand goes up signaling the delayed penalty. Another player from team "A" picks up the loose puck and maintains possession into the corner. The ref who made the original call still has his hand elevated and the delayed penalty continues while Team "A" maintains possession. The same player from Team "B" who committed the trip now pursues the team "A" and hooks him. The other ref now raises his arm on the second penalty against the same player. The player who was hooked loses the puck, since however, team "B" has not yet touched the puck, so play still continues despite the two penalties. The same player from team "B" who committed both the trip and the hook is now in pursuit of the puck and interferes with a Team "A" before finally touching the puck. The whistle blows and it is the intention of the refs to impose three minor penalties on the same player during the same play......a trip...a hook...and an interference call. Question, how does it go up on the clock, and how is the manpower on the ice affected? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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