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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of backcheck.


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  • Extremely gifted technically and backchecks hard when needed.

    Red Line Report by Kyle Woodlief

  • We really like the way he works - backchecks diligently.

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  • I thought the minutes he played last night, he did some good things defensively, had some good backchecks.

    NY Daily News

  • Havlat was strong again and had some big backchecks. rss feed

  • He backchecks hard and, generally, he's going to give you an honest effort.

    Sabres Edge

  • In fact, in the age-old Sidney Crosby vs. Alexander Ovechkin debate, one of the constant points in favor of Crosby is that he can play the penalty kill and consistently backchecks, something that Ovechkin often fails to do.

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  • He was on some great backchecks, killed penalties.


  • Yes, he sometimes plays with the puck too much but overall, he goes hard to the net, he's not afraid to shoot the puck and he backchecks.

    Kuklas Korner

  • "And he backchecks, so I can pick my spots to try to make a big play." Feature Stories

  • Yale's Mike Matczak, right, pokes the puck away from Cornell's Blake Gallagher as Yale's Brendan Mason backchecks during Friday's game at Lynah Rink. -


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