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Off the wall question

What if a player has a chance for a empty net goal.

Then a player throws his stick to prevent the goal should be be penalty shot.

Will the goaly be allowed to go back in the net, or will they have to use a player on the ice?

Just wondering

Tom

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53.7 Awarded Goal - If, when the opposing goalkeeper has been removed, a member of the defending team, including theCoach or any non-playing person, throws or shoots any part of a stick or any other object or piece of equipment at the puck or puck carrier in the neutral or his own defending zone, thereby preventing the puck carrier from having a clear shot on an “open net”, a goal shall be awarded to the attacking side.

For the purpose of this rule, an “open net” is defined as one from which a goalkeeper has been removed for an additional attacking player. The goalkeeper is considered off the ice once the replacement player has entered the playing surface.

Edited by Wings4Life19

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