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sin bin

In certain sports such as ice hockey or lacrosse, the area in which a penalized player must stay for a particular duration. How are we going to tie this game with our best player in the sin bin? Both players were sent to the sin bin for fighting on the ice.
See also: bin, sin

sin-bin

n. a van fitted with bedding as a place for necking and lovemaking. Willy said he was saving his money to buy a sin-bin so he could have more fun on dates.
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Having watched sin bins succeed in rugby union, rugby league, ice hockey and basketball, the FA introduced the same punishment across the Midlands to deter ill-discipline among players as part of a pilot at grassroots level.
Dissent is a key part of the game which needs to be tackled and our pilot phase has proved sin bins work well.
We only had five players on the bench at one time, seven were in the sin bin. Emotions got the better of everyone."
As players enter and exit the sin bin and tactics are changed to accommodate their absence this will disrupt the flow of the game.
"You could have situations now where if a sin bin is brought in, teams will completely shut up shop for 10 minutes and do everything they can to just waste time and it'll turn out to be worse again.
Ignacio Corleto jinked through several tackles to score the game's opening try, but the visitors lost Christophe Dominici to the sin bin and Floch made them pay with goals at regular intervals.
Nuns then lost lock Matt Hunter to the sin bin on 33 minutes, but they stood firm in defence until half-time and started the second period well with a Cull penalty bouncing to safety off a post for the third time in two weeks.
SIN BINS are on their way into English football - in a bid to cut down on the red card mayhem that has gripped the game.
Gregory said: ``He probably needed his spell in the sin bin! It was pleasing the way he came through it, though.''
"If the sin bin was used at the World Cup, there would have been more tries," said Macqueen.
Given the glaring inconsistency and confusion surrounding black card offences, there has been a clamour in recent weeks for the GAA to return to the sin bin concept, which was trialled in the past but wasn't retained on a long-term basis.
Nicholls notched a penalty, and with Susnick in the sin bin, Mark Slatter and Evans collected tries, one of them goaled.
GAA president Sean Kelly is expected to reveal changes to the experimental sin bin rule all the way from Hong Kong tomorrow.
Performance scoring systems - Cantor: 25 win, 10 draw, 10 try, 5 successful kick, -3 missed penalty, -5 sin bin, -20 sent off; IG: 10 winning at half-time (points shared if tied), 25 win match (points shared if tied), 5 try, -5 sin bin, -10 red card, 1 per minute for a clean sheet ; Sporting: 25 win, 10 draw, 15 try, 5 penalty, drop goal, conversion, -5 missed penalty, drop goal, -5 sin bin -15 sending off; Spreadex: 25 win, 10 try, 10 last try, 5 successful kick, -5 missed penalty, drop goal, -5 sin bin, -10 sending off.
Within a minute, wing Andrew Higgins had crossed in the corner and Rotherham's problems were compounded after 46 minutes by the sending to the sin bin of flanker Craig Short.