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  • A series of contests played to determine the winner of a championship, as between the leading teams in different divisions or leagues
  • any final competition to determine a championship
  • A playoff in the sport of golf is an extra hole, or holes, played when, at the completion of regulation play in a competition or tournament, there is a tie and it is desirable to determine an outright winner.
  • An additional game or period of play that decides the outcome of a tied contest
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  • A person who plays a musical instrument
  • (player) a person who participates in or is skilled at some game
  • A person taking part in a sport or game
  • (player) musician: someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
  • (played) (of games) engaged in; "the loosely played game"
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  • Hockey refers to a family of sports in which two teams play against each other by trying to maneuver a ball, or a puck, into the opponent's goal, using a hockey stick.
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The Code: The Unwritten Rules of Fighting and Retaliation in the NHL
The Code: The Unwritten Rules of Fighting and Retaliation in the NHL
Ice hockey has always been a sport steeped in a culture of violence, and players universally calibrate the level of physical contact by adhering to unwritten rules known simply as "the code". "The Code" picks up where the rule book leaves off and fills in the gaps, all in an effort to govern the game and its players - allowing them to complete in a manner deemed fair and respectable. To fully understand the significance and history behind "the code", Bernstein interviewed more than 50 past and present players and coaches. Their insights and stories explain why fighting is allowed, and how players police themselves on and off the ice.

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Game 5 Hockey Playoffs Canucks Chicago loss 05102009 18
Game 5 Hockey Playoffs Canucks Chicago loss 05102009 18
Roughly now is when the opposing team started calling Vancouver players by the wrong name. While some might chalk that up to the ruddy sideeffects of merging sweat with ice skating, I firmly decry that dismissive stance for a more antagonistic posture, one that precludes aggressive coaching and much playing of late 70's "'Nam rock" amplitude.
Game 5 Hockey Playoffs Canucks Chicago loss 05102009 38
Game 5 Hockey Playoffs Canucks Chicago loss 05102009 38
Hockey players in playoff season line up for their chance to hop over the short wall skirting the rink. NBA players wish they had a short wall to hope over. If they did, the NBA would be SO much more dramatic!

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