Definition of stickhandle in English:

stickhandle

Syllabification: stick·han·dle
Pronunciation: /ˈstikˌhandl
 
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verb

[no object] (as noun stickhandling)
(In hockey and other games) control the puck or ball with one’s stick.
More example sentences
  • Naturally gifted as far as stick-handling and maneuvering, he is a young guy that will continue to get better.
  • 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.

Derivatives

stickhandler

noun
More example sentences
  • I think that Ron Hextall deserves some consideration for the honor, as he was the first excellent stickhandler and the first goalie to score a goal.
  • He's a strong skater and good stickhandler who has good hockey sense.
  • A new artificial turf field currently under construction in the district that will boost playing time for local stickhandlers is expected to be completed by the fall.

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