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stickhandler

or stick han·dler

[ stik-hand-ler ]
/ ˈstɪkˌhænd lər /
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noun
a hockey or lacrosse player, esp. one who is talented at stickhandling.
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Origin of stickhandler

First recorded in 1910–15; stick1 + handler
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