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There are many offences in either form of hockey, some of which are similar and others of which are unique. In Field Hockey, common offenses include touching the ball with the feet, body or the back of the stick, playing the ball dangerously (by raising it or otherwise being unsafe around other players) and hacking. In ice hockey, common offenses are hacking, icing, fighting and illegal bodychecking.

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