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The Worst Ref Ever.

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More Adult League Hockey Stories.

Despite my lack of desire to officiate A & B league hockey there are some positives to calling an A or B league game. 1. It's easier to avoid A & B league players. If you've played at the A or B league levels or any high level of hockey you know positioning and you know where players are most likely to go. You know what they're going to do with the puck and they pick their heads up when making passes and throwing the puck around the boards. It's a lot safer in that aspect. 2. The game is

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Unsportsmanlike and Other Misconduct.

Okay, had a great time in the last game I reffed. Look folks, I usually love a blow out hockey game. They're even more appreciated when the game starts at 10:45pm. What is never called for is the running of mouths needlessly. It's one thing to communicate with your team mates. It's completely another, when you're the team up by 7 or 8 goals to continue to verbally abuse or taunt opponents and the officials. In a 3 or 4 referee system, if you're pleading your case to a

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A trip to an NHL game with my munchkin.

Growing up in a town sans a NHL hockey, team I used to be enamored by NHLers. Over my career in hockey as I played in various leagues and went to pro training camps and practiced with an IHL team on a regular basis I grew a little disillusioned by NHLers. Knowing them on a personal level showed me that they are just as human as I was. With that said, they were all clearly taller and had more talent than I did as I grew up in the mid western U.S. and they in areas of the states, Canada and other

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