jist313 wrote:his lie is clearly marked with a mini and is not a foot fault.
MIdiscgolfer wrote:If it's even remotely debatable looking at a still picture imagine how difficult it would be seeing it live. Even if you were sure it was a foot fault I doubt you'd find a second. I just can't see calling foot faults on an open field run up unless it's a gross violation.
Fritz wrote:Here is Cale @ the Colorado State Championships. I'm pretty sure this is a Foot Fault. No one called it.
Fritz wrote:Play with Jimmy, he is cool as hell!
In the NHL that is one thing, but in NCAA and youth hockey the high stick is a joke. Everybody skates with their stick up, and since everybody has a facemask it really does not hurt anyone like it used to back in the day. So since people are not falling on the ice with bloody gashes in their faces, it goes uncalled. You can hear the "ting...ting...ting" of stick blades hitting facemasks throughout a game. Once it stops pissing you off, it becomes comical. The NHL officials are by far the worst major-league officials around, but they are so much better than the NCAA officials it...well, sometimes it makes me realize how fantastic a sport Ice Hockey is to be able to overcome the abysmal excuse for officiating that it has to endure.Jimmy wrote:Why is it you think High Sticking isn't enforced in Hockey? i've noticed few instances of a High Stick violation not being enforced. It isn't against the rules to raise your stick above the shoulders; only if contact is made with an opponent or the puck. It's not like Traveling in the NBA...
Furthur wrote:Either get a lighter one, throw harder, or find a disc with more glide.
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