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What Is The Definition Of Interference In Hockey?

1. Interference occurs in hockey when one player impedes or restricts an opponent who is not in possession of the puck. This is one of the most common penalties in hockey and it typically results in a minor penalty. However, a major penalty may be called if the interference is especially violent or malicious.

Examples Of How Interference Is Used In Commentary

1. Bure looks to skate past Leetch and follow the puck over the center line, but Leetch illegally hits him and is called for interference.

Sports The Term Is Used

1. Football

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