coolboarder Posted November 24, 2022 Share Posted November 24, 2022 7 hours ago, Muttley said: I would say to Makar, it has been called like that in the past. While I agree that you are entitled to that position and stood and done nothing, you had to know that they are going to call it if the puck carrier decide to use you as a blocking their way to gain advantage. It is more of a puck carrier's fault for changing the direction. You are stuck in a no man land. Had he carried the puck the left, you are good but if he decides to change the direction, it is an automatic interference call if the defender were going the other way to keep up with the puck carrier. It has been called like that since forever when the drop pass on the pp first invented by Sedin Twins. The only way is to have the rule change for incident like this for next season. In the meantime, you have to not go and stand in the blueline. You have two options, go left or right, to allow for defender to freely move in the neutral zone. While this is a legal basketball move, blocking is not allowed in hockey. 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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