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It's supposed to read..."when another player is injured."
Yes. The goalie needs to go and bake the injured kid a cupcake and give him a balloon.
And the dad of the injured player gets to verbally assault the father of the kid delivering the hit. Except in Reading, where the dad should bash the other dad's head into the cement.
does your kid play any other sport? Just about any soccer, lax, etc game I've gone to they take a knee when someone gets injured. This is respect, but not something the EHF worries about putting in their rule book.
Really? Just skate to the bench and wait for the coach to come out, carry limp little johnny off the ice after 5min and then watch little johnny fire right out like Lazarus and never miss a shift...
Pretty sure it is not a rule. It is used in soccer so players keep their place on the field. Unless a kid is seriously injured I See no point in taking a knee. Sure it fine for mites but as things get more serious this is precious time for the opposing team to regroup. I have seen more kids milking a hit or fall than kids actually truly hurt.
Do you take a knee if your team is crosschecking from behind and 2 handing with the stick and a player on the other team gets hurt?