Injured Skater refusing to leave the ice

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RULE 149 – INJURED SKATER REFUSING TO LEAVE THE ICE
DEFINITION: A skater who is unable to continue to play or incapable of leaving the ice of his own ability must leave the ice if game action is stopped to attend to his injuries.
i. A skater who is injured and requires medical attention on ice is required to go to the bench, once able, at least until after the ensuing faceoff. A skater who refuses to comply will be assessed a minor penalty. If he still refuses to leave after being assessed a minor penalty, he will be assessed a further misconduct penalty.
ii. A skater who is bleeding is not allowed to return to the game until his wounds have been sufficiently bandaged or stitched to prevent the free flow of blood. If he returns without proper protection or with blood-stained equipment of any sort, he will be assessed a minor penalty.
iii. A skater who lies on the ice either faking an injury or refusing to get up off the ice will be assessed a minor penalty.

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