Skating With Your Head Down

Skating With Your Head Down

A term used to describe a dangerous situation in which a player is moving on the ice while looking at the puck or down at the ice surface instead of keeping their head up and aware of their surroundings. Skating with one’s head down can lead to serious safety concerns and make a player vulnerable to collisions and checks from opponents. When a player’s head is down, they are not aware of the positions and movements of other players on the ice, increasing the risk of collisions and injuries.

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