game misconduct

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(ice hockey) a penalty that suspends a player for the remainder of a game (but allows the team to send in a substitute for the suspended player)

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For each subsequent game misconduct penalty the automatic suspension shall be increased by one game.
His game misconduct penalty doesn't mean a suspension though so he will be in the team tonight.
Even with the two goal lead, the Devils gave the Stars another opportunity to get back into the game when Morissette was called for slashing and was given a major penalty and a game misconduct, so the Stars went on another powerplay to end the game, but for the 9th time on the night, they failed to score with the man advantage.
45 when he was handed a fiveplus game misconduct for tripping.
Tennyson remained on the ice for several seconds, and Reaves received a five minute major for boarding and a game misconduct with 11:23 left in the first period.
The NHL also said the game misconduct assessed to Engelland for instigating a fight in the last 5 minutes of regulation has been rescinded.
csp=34sports&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+UsatodaycomSports-TopStories+%28Sports+-+Top+Stories%29&utm_content=Twitter) the specific wording of the new penalty was not disclosed but former Detroit Red Wing Brendan Shanahan said head hits will be subject to a major penalty and game misconduct, as well as supplemental discipline.
As the teams left the ice for the first break, Vipers player-coach Rob Wilson lost his cool and received a game misconduct penalty for abusing referee Andy Carson.
The Giants outplayed the visitors for vast periods of the game but were rocked back on their heels halfway through when Marc Levers was given a five minute-plus game misconduct from referee Nigel Boniface for hi-sticking.
BIG TEN CONFERENCE -- Suspended Penn State hockey student-athlete Scott Conway one game for receiving a major penalty for contact to the head and a game misconduct in a March 13 game against Minnesota.
More than 100 minutes in penalties were handed out in the final period, with the vast majority of those at the end when Hendrikx was thrown out on a match penalty and Jesse Mychan dismissed on a game misconduct.
Just over four minutes later his namesake Derek of the Vipers was ejected from the game as he received a five for charging, five for fighting and a game misconduct, while Giants' Trevor Johnson received two for roughing plus five for fighting.
At the final handshake, Box received a 10 minute misconduct call for incitement followed by a second 10 minute game misconduct call.