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verb[NO OBJECT]usually as noun stick-handling
Control the puck with one's stick.‘he could skate, stick-handle, and score with the best players of the period’‘players had to advance the puck by stick-handling’
- ‘Some of the things he does while stick-handling and passing just make people look silly.’
- ‘He makes good decisions with the puck, whether he's shooting, passing or stick-handling.’
- ‘Naturally gifted as far as stick-handling and maneuvering, he is a young guy that will continue to get better.’
- ‘Their skating and stick-handling was terrific.’
- ‘This kid, watching him play and how he stick-handles, is pretty amazing.’
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