https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Offside_(ice_hockey)

The National Hockey League (NHL) and International Ice Hockey Federation ( IIHF) apply similar rules for determining offside. A player is ...

https://www.rookieroad.com/ice-hockey/basics/offside/

Offsides is a penalty in ice hockey that is often misunderstood. Offsides is called on a offensive player who enters the attacking zone prior to the puck entering it.

https://www.usahockeyrulebook.com/page/show/1084688-rule-630-off-sides

(a) Off-sides occurs when player s of an attacking team precede the puck into the attacking zone. The position of the player 's skates and the position of the puck ...

https://thehockeywriters.com/hockey-101-offside/

Feb 2, 2014 ... The offside rule in hockey is meant to keep forwards honest. You cannot just hang out with the opposing goaltender and wait for your team to ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UhlK9makLM

Oct 10, 2010 ... This brief video explains the offside rule in Ice Hockey.

https://www.nhl.com/bruins/video/know-the-rules-offsides/t-277437088/c-43903803

May 9, 2016 ... NHL linesman David Brisebois explains one of the most important rules in hockey – offsides.

https://www.sonicsrising.com/seattle-sin-bin/2017/12/29/16830632/seattle-nhl-offside

Dec 29, 2017 ... Having been involved with hockey for over 20 years, it's easy to forget how baffling the game can be for new viewers. In an attempt to simplify ...

https://www.quora.com/Whats-the-difference-between-offsides-in-hockey-and-soccer

Offsides in hockey typically occurs when an offensive player crosses the ... What would happen if there was no offsides rule in soccer?

https://thehockeynews.com/news/article/time-has-come-for-the-nhl-to-change-its-offside-rule

Jun 2, 2017 ... On the NHL's biggest stage, the Stanley Cup final, the game's worst has already been exposed twice: the dreaded offside challenge.

https://www.winnetkahockey.com/page/show/4290001-basic-hockey-rules

HOCKEY'S THREE MAIN RULES. Offsides: When any member of the attacking team precedes the puck over the defending team's blue line. Offside (or ...