Cross-checking is never permitted and if caught by an official, will result in either a minor, major, match, or game misconduct penalty depending on the severity. If the cross-checking is a penalty other than a minor penalty, then an automatic fine is assessed and the player may be up for a possible suspension.
Cross check is something that happens during a hockey game. It is when someone thrusts their stick across an opponent's face or body.
Those are totally different things. Cross check is either checking something twice or a hockey maneuver. Both has nothing to do with banking or cash checking.
The action of using the shaft of the stick between the two hands to forcefully check an opponent
No. Cross checking is a penalty for all participants and the severity of the infraction is determined by the officials.
Cross country would be one of the best ways to train fitness for hockey
It's said " cross de Hockey ".
Roller Hockey is non-contact!
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A stick check in hockey is when you put your stick under your opponent's stick, and lift his in order to steal the puck