Throwing the stick or any object

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RULE 165 – THROWING A STICK OR OBJECT
DEFINITION: A player or team official who throws a stick or any other object within or without the playing area.
i. A player who throws a stick or part of it or any other object out of the playing area will be assessed a game-misconduct penalty.
ii. A player can slide or direct any stick or any part of it, or any object, away from his immediate area on ice so long as his actions do not interfere with an opponent. However, a player on the ice who throws or directs a stick or any part of it, or any other object, at the puck or puck carrier in the neutral or attacking zone, will be assessed a minor penalty.
iii. A player or team official on the players’ bench or penalty box who throws or directs a stick or any part of it, or any other object, at the puck or puck carrier in the neutral or attacking zone, will be assessed a minor penalty or bench-minor penalty.
iv. If a player or team official commits any of these actions in Rule 165-ii or 165-iii in his defending zone, the referee will award the opponent’s team a penalty shot.
v. The position of the puck or puck carrier at the moment when the throwing occurs is the determining factor to assess a minor penalty or bench-minor penalty or a penalty shot.
vi. When a player or team official throws a stick or any part of it or any other object at an attacking skater who is on a breakaway, the referee will award a penalty shot to the skater.
vii. If a goaltender has been substituted for an extra skater, leaving his team’s goal net empty, and a teammate or team official throws a stick or any part of it or any other object at the puck or puck carrier in the neutral zone or the defending zone with the empty net, thereby preventing the puck carrier from having a clear shot, a goal will be awarded to the attacking team. The goaltender is considered off ice once his replacement has one skate on the ice.

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