Terry Chucas is a self-employed attorney who draws upon 28 years of experience in representing parents and children in dependency court appeals. Beyond his professional pursuits, Terry Chucas is a fan of hockey who played the sport until he was 45 years old and represented Canada in an international old-timers tournament.
Hockey is a physical sport, and to keep things relatively safe, players are issued penalties for committing various infractions. A player can receive a two-minute minor penalty for cross-checking, charging, tripping, hooking, and slashing, among other infractions. Five-minute major penalties are reserved for more serious offenses such as fighting or a deliberate attempt to injure another player. Moreover, players can also receive 10-minute misconducts for unsportsmanlike behavior or for incurring their second five-minute major of the game.
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