Hudson Bay Rules means: This refers to the final few seconds of an extremely close game in ice hockey. This means that the rules should be followed by a team to ensure they do not allow their opponent win. It could cost you to play with more intensity or engage in illegal activities that might make it impossible for a player from the other team to make plays. (in Community Dictionary, added by Francisco Chapman)
What else does Hudson Bay Rules mean?
- It is a term used in hockey to refer to a play style that does not involve penalties. Referee blows his whistle…for whatever reason. (in Community Dictionary, added by Alexis Jacobs)