Losing of the offensive turn. Can happen if the offensive team cannot gain the necessary yards on the fourth down, or at any point if the ball is taken by the defense by making a interception or recovering a fumble. Pallon menetys vastustavalle joukkueelle (Pinomaa)
Just as in basketball or in football, you can make a turnover in hockey by losing control of the puck to the opposing team.
The collective name for interceptions or fumbles that are recovered by the opposition. Any play where the offense turns the ball over to the defense.
A loss of possession of the ball by means of an error or violation.
the offense loses possession of the ball via an interception (and an un-recovered fumble in 11-person football). Wide Receiver- Offensive player whose primary responsibility is to run pass routes and catch pass throw to them.
the loss of possession of the ball.
Loss of ball, either through an errant pass or dribble or an offensive foul.
losing the ball to the opponents by fumbling or an interception
losing the ball to the other team. Usually due to a foul, a steal or an errant pass.
A term which refers to any loss of the football to the other team, whether it be by fumble or interception.
when the offense loses possession through its own fault by passing the ball out of bounds or committing a floor violation or when a higher-seeded (better) team loses to a lower-seeded (inferior) one.
the loss of possession through a bad pass, violation or steal by the opposition
When a player loses possession of the ball to an opposing player.
In basketball, a turnover occurs when a player from one team gives possession to a member of another team by losing the ball. This can result from getting stolen, making mistakes such as stepping out or throwing the ball out of bounds, committing a violation (such as traveling) or committing an offensive foul.