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RULE 74 – HAND PASS
i. A skater is not allowed to catch the puck in his palm and skate with it, either to avoid a check or to maintain possession of the puck.
ii. When a hand-pass violation occurs, game action will be stopped and the ensuing faceoff will take place at the nearest faceoff spot to where the infraction occurred or where the teammate gained possession of the puck, whichever provides the offending team with less territorial advantage.
iii. A hand pass is allowed in the defending zone provided that both the skater receiving the pass and the puck are still inside that defending zone.
iv. If a skater in his defending zone deliberately directs the puck with a glove or arm to a teammate or has allowed his team to gain an advantage in any zone other than the defending zone, game action will be stopped and the ensuing faceoff will take place in the defending zone at the nearest faceoff spot to where the hand pass originated.
v. A skater in the neutral zone is not allowed to make a hand pass to a teammate in their defending zone. In this instance, the referee will stop play and the ensuing faceoff will take place at the nearest faceoff spot in the defending zone.
vi. If the puck enters the goal net as a result of either being gloved by an attacking skater or being deflected into the goal net by any player in any manner after the initial contact with the glove, the goal will not be allowed and the ensuing faceoff will take place outside the blue line at the faceoff spot closest to where the hand pass was initiated by the offending team and which provides no territorial advantage to that team.
vii. If a defending player bats or gloves the puck into his own goal, the goal will be allowed.


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