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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of forecheck.

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Examples

  • ` ` We got pucks deep, we had our skating legs, we forechecked well, we had a lot of shots on net.

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  • An assist was subsequently awarded to Panthers forward Gregory Campbell, whose pass initiated the play before Picard fanned on his pass attempt while he was being forechecked by Radek Dvorak, with the puck going directly to Olesz in the slot.

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  • ` ` Los Angeles is known as being a good forechecking team, and they were, but I think we forechecked them just as well. ''

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  • We played well throughout parts of the game, carried the play, forechecked well, skated and did some good things, but we just gave them too many chances offensively, odd-man rushes and some bad decisions defensively.

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  • ` ` We forechecked and were skating so much better than them in the second, and then we just couldn't control the breakout too many times and let them get momentum, '' Senators coach Bryan Murray said.

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  • They forechecked hard and made it difficult for us to make the nice breakouts and nice plays through the neutral zone. ''

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  • ` ` They played yesterday and they didn't look like they forechecked very much today, and when they did, we were able to shut them down.

    USATODAY.com - Hockey - N.Y. Islanders vs. Ottawa

  • They played a real strong game, forechecked very hard and threw

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  • "We played our game, got the puck behind their defense, forechecked hard," Chicago defenseman Jon Klemm said.

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  • He got the Maple Leafs going when he forechecked Ivan Majesky into the boards at center ice, prying the puck loose to allow

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