BLUE 736, DESTRUCTION. There was a no pack and you are the skater deemed solely or most responsible for its illegal destruction. Oops. Time to leave the track, sit a penalty and reassess. Not all “no pack” situations result in a penalty, of course – there are ways “no pack” can arise legally or with […]Read More Rules with Skew (5) – seven ways you might get a penalty for destroying the pack
Misunderstanding: For something to be a multiplayer block penalty, the opposing skater has to physically challenge the grasp where the two skaters are illegally grasping each other. Demystified: They really don’t. They just have to try and pass between the two skaters who are illegally “connected” (which doesn’t necessarily involve grasping) and be prevented from […]Read More Rules with Skew (4) – what is a multiplayer block, really?