Continuing with more minor penalties and their signals covering hooking, interference, and tripping.
When a player tries to block the progress of an opponent by "hooking" his stick around him / her. The ref's official signal for this is pictured to the right (a tugging motion with both arms, as if pulling something toward the stomach).
Illegal body contact with an opponent who is not in possession of the puck, or knocking an opponent's fallen stick out of his reach. The ref's official signal for this is pictured to the left (crossed arms stationary in front of chest with fists closed).
When a player uses his / her stick, knee, foot, arm, hand, or elbow to cause an opponent to trip or fall. The ref's official signal for this is pictured to the right (striking the side of the knee of the non-whistle side and follow through once, keeping the head up and both skates on the ice).
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