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RULE 124 – CHECKING TO THE HEAD OR NECK DEFINITION:
A player who directs a hit of any sort, with any part of his body or equipment, to the head or neck of an opposing player or drives or forces the head of an opposing player into the protective glass or boards. This rule supersedes all similar actions regarding hits to the head and neck except those related to fighting.
i. There is no such thing as a clean hit to the head. Whether accidental or intentional, every direct hit to the head or neck of an opponent will be penalized.
ii. A player who directs a check to the head or neck of an opponent will be assessed one of:
(1) a minor penalty and misconduct penalty;
(2) a major penalty and automatic game-misconduct penalty;
(3) a match penalty.
iii. A player who injures or recklessly endangers an opponent as a result of checking to the head or neck will be assessed a match penalty.
iv. A penalty for checking to the head or neck will be assessed if one of the following occurs when a player checks an opponent:
1. T he skater directs a hit with any part of his body or equipment to the head or neck of an opponent;
2. T he skater drives or forces the head of an opponent into the protective glass or boards by using any part of his upper body;
3. T he skater extends and directs any part of his upper body to make contact with the head or neck of an opponent;
4. T he skater extends his body upward or outward in order to reach his opponent or uses any part of the upper body to make contact with an opponent’s head or neck;
5. T he skater jumps (leaves his skates) to deliver a blow to the head or neck of an opponent.
v. If a skater skates with his head up, is in possession of the puck, and is expecting a check, an opponent does not have the right to hit him in the head or neck.
vi. If the primary force of a blow is initially to the body area and then contact slides up to the head or neck area, a penalty for checking to the head or neck will not be assessed.
vii. A skater who delivers a check to an opponent who is skating with the puck with his head down in the direction of the skater, and does not use an upward motion or drive his body up into the opponent, will not be penalized for checking to the head or neck.
viii. If a skater maintains his position in the normal course of game action as an opponent runs into him, the ensuing contact will not be considered checking to the head or neck unless conditions in Rules 124-iv or 124-v are violated.


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