Updated: Feb 22
Means exactly that, no less. Not the roller hockey ‘non-contact’ to which players don’t pay the slightest attention. Rollerhoc non-contact includes leaning on, pushing, barging, accidental bumping, tripping, another player. While attempting to collect the puck from an opposing player you must hold back to avoid body contact. When chasing a player for the puck the same thing applies. You must not lean on an opponent to gain an advantage. You can see how this is avoided when you watch rink hockey games. Looks like this topic is going to run and run.