slew-footing

slew-foot·ing

 (slo͞o′fo͝ot′ĭng)
n.
In ice hockey, the act of causing an opponent to fall by using the leg or foot to trip the opponent from behind, in violation of the rules.

[From slew.]

slew′-foot′ v.
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To make matters worse, Patrick Hager was handed a two-game suspension for slew-footing a player in that same game, meaning he won't be available until Germany's penultimate group stage game against Italy on Saturday.
7, slew-footing him to the ice and punching him twice.
Hager was assessed a five-minute penalty for an offense that you rarely see called in ice hockey -- slew-footing .
Julien had told Marchand to be the "good brat" - that is, get under the skin of opponents without illegal stuff like his slew-footing of Pittsburgh's Matt Niskanen, for which he was penalized and then fined $2,500 by the NHL.