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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of high-stick.

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Examples

  • Drury brought hats raining to the ice with 27.5 seconds remaining during a 5-on-3 power play that was earned after Lightning goalie Mike Smith slashed and high-sticked forward Aaron Voros in front of the crease and then fought him.

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  • About 6 minutes before White's goal, the Maple Leafs were able to kill off 5: 44 of penalty time that started with 10 seconds left in the second period after Lee Stempniak high-sticked Andrej Sekera.

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  • ` ` You don't want to put too much stock in one game but it was an important game for us, '' said Spezza, who had stitches on the left side of his mouth after he was high-sticked by Guillaume Latendresse in the third period.

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  • Sabres forward Michael Ryan sustained an eye injury late in the game when Stuart high-sticked him.

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  • On March 13, 1955, Richard snapped after Boston's Hal Laycoe high-sticked him in the head during a power play; Richard retaliated by repeatedly swinging his stick into Laycoe's face before punching out a linesman who tried to restrain him.

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  • The players were each given roughing minors and 10-minute misconducts at 9: 34 of the second after all the skaters from both teams squared off along the boards when Primeau and Mara went after McGrattan after he high-sticked Primeau from behind.

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  • Williams, who accidentally high-sticked Koivu last spring and knocked him out of the playoffs with a left eye injury, was booed often by the sellout crowd of 21,273, particularly after he combined with Staal and Rod Brind'Amour for his team-leading 27th goal.

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  • Chicago center Jason Williams left the game late in the second period after being high-sticked in the face by Tampa Bay's Paul Ranger, but returned.

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  • Stars D Mattias Norstrom was back in Dallas, where he was examined for a facial fracture after being high-sticked by San Jose's Steve Bernier on Wednesday night.

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  • The 19-year-old forward was awarded his first career penalty shot with 2: 28 remaining in the frame when he was high-sticked and cut on the nose during a breakaway by Phillips, who was also assessed another penalty on the play.

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