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(2) Striking an opponent in an attempt to dislodge the ball from his crosse, unless the player in possession, in an attempt to protect his crosse, uses some part of his body other than his head or neck to ward off the thrust of the defensive player’s crosse and, as a result, the defensive player’s crosse strikes some part of the attacking player’s body other than his head or neck. NOTE: If the crosse makes contact with the head or neck, unless the contact was slight and incidental, it shall be considered a slash.


(3) Striking an opponent in any part of the body with the crosse (including its end cap), except when done by a player in the act of passing, shooting or attempting to scoop the ball. In all situations, the player’s gloved hand shall be considered part of the crosse, except when in contact with a line marking.


(4) (USL) One-handed checks shall be considered a slash, whether or not it makes contact with the opposing player. If the defensive player’s hand comes off his stick in his legitimate follow-through motion after, or during his recovery from, a controlled poke check, this need not be considered a slash solely because his hand came off the stick.


SLIDE/HELP: when a defender leaves his defensive position to help a teammate guard an offensive player.


STALLING:


(1) It shall be the responsibility of the team in possession to attack the goal. A team in possession of the ball in its offensive half of the field may be warned to “get it in/keep it in.” This warning shall be made when, in the judgment of the officials, that team is keeping the ball from play by not attacking the goal. A visual 10-second count will start when warning the team to “get it in.” If the offensive team has the ball in the goal area, the defensive team must attempt to play the ball within the goal area in order for a stalling warning to be issued against the offensive team. The stalling warning remains in effect until a goal is scored, the defensive team gains possession of the ball or the period ends resulting in a faceoff. After the team has been warned, stalling shall be called if the ball leaves the goal area in any manner other than as a result of a shot on goal or a touch by the defensive team.


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