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A game misconduct is a ten (10) minute penalty that must be served in full, by the player charged, to run consecutively with the five (5) minute major penalty.

The guilty player must be off of the playing surface for no less than fifteen (15) minutes.

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Q: If you receive a major penalty with a game misconduct what does that mean?
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