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

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Examples

  • It came after Brian Rafalski overskated the puck where Chris Osgood left it for him at the side of the net.

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  • ` ` I think it hit some snow and I kind of just overskated it, '' Sutton said.

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  • He looked to have overskated a feed from Viktor Kozlov along the left wing, but reached behind himself, sneaked the puck through his own legs and used defenseman Brian Rafalski as a shield before pushing a low shot past Ty Conklin with 7: 08 remaining.

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  • Blues defenseman Jamie Rivers overskated the puck, leaving Carter wide open.

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  • Walker overskated the puck, then corraled it at the goal line and put a backhander on net.

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  • With the Canucks on a power play just over three minutes later, defenseman Brent Sopel attempted to start a rush and overskated the puck near his own blue line.

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  • Moments after the Flyers failed to score on a 2-on-1, Desjardins overskated the puck along the left boards in his own zone, allowing Langenbrunner to gain control.

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  • Milan Hejduk skated toward the net from the left corner but briefly overskated the puck and ended up kicking it to

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  • After a couple of Red Wings overskated the puck in the Detroit zone in an apparent miscommunication, Curtis Glencross came up with it for the Flames and found Iginla open in the left circle.

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  • Moments later, Getzlaf overskated the puck behind his net and the forechecking Toews set up Sharp in front for the equalizer, causing Getzlaf to break his stick over the net in frustration.

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