High-sticking



[hahy-stik-ing] /ˈhaɪˈstɪk ɪŋ/

Ice Hockey.
1.
the act of holding the blade of the stick above shoulder level, usually resulting in a penalty.
[hahy-stik] /ˈhaɪˌstɪk/
verb (used with object), Ice Hockey.
1.
to strike (an opponent) at shoulder level or above with a hockey stick.

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