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RULES APPLICATION 2017
RULES APPLICATION As the first period is about to end, there is a player on the ice with a suspected serious injury. Can any on ice official stop play? Yes. Rule 2. 6 (g) Note 1. Where there is suspicion that a player has sustained serious injury, any on ice official may stop play immediately.
RULES APPLICATION Team A#8 is in his attacking zone and is about to shoot the puck into the net when a defending player (not the goaltender) covers the puck with his hand while the puck is in the crease. What 2 situations must be addressed by the official? Rule 3. 6 - Penalty Shot Rule 4. 9 (c)- Penalty shot may be taken by a player selected by the Captain and reported to the Referee. The player must be on the ice at the time of the infraction.
RULES APPLICATION Can a player score a goal if he is in the crease before the puck? Rule 10. 4(f) Situation 5 - Yes, only if he exits the crease to shoot the puck into the net.
RULES APPLICATION A player is contacted in head as a result there is an injury on the play. What is the correct call to be made by the official? Rule 6. 5 (d)- A Major and a Game Misconduct, or a Match penalty shall be assed any player who injures an opponent under this Rule
RULES APPLICATION A player bats the puck with an open hand the puck deflects off the stick of his teammate in the net of the opponent. Is this a good goal? Rule 9. 1 (e) Situation 5 - No Goal.
RULES APPLICATION A goaltender is racing for the puck outside of her crease, she beats the attacking player to the puck and immediately covers the puck to gain a stoppage in play. Is the goaltender assessed a penalty? Rule 10. 3 (b) Yes
RULES APPLICATION A face-off is being conducted in the end zone. All line changes have been completed and the whistle was blown by the official to commence the face-off procedure. The official goes to drop the puck, but it slips out of her hand flies over the players. Play is blown down immediately and the defending team tries to make a player change Rule: 2. 5(g) Situation 10 & Rule 10. 2 (c) Situation 18 Not permitted – a proper faceoff has not occurred.
RULES APPLICATION Midway through the second period, a player from Team A enters the game. The official speaks with the Team official who informs the official that this player was late arriving. Is this player eligible to continue on in the game? Rule 2. 2 (b) (1)- Where a player is late and his name has been included on the Official Game Report prior to the game, he will be permitted to participate.
RULES APPLICATION A player from Team A has just been assessed a 5 minute penalty for Head Contact plus a Game Misconduct. That same player was also assessed a minor penalty for tripping prior to the Head Contact infraction. Team B scores goal 1 minute into the power play. Does anytime come off the clock? Rule 4. 1 (e) No time comes of the clock as the Major penalty is served first.
RULES APPLICATION When a player loses her helmet while ply is in progress, what options does the player have? Rule 3. 6 (c) Situation 1 - Replace the helmet, and properly fasten it before participating in play or, - Proceed to the players’ bench and be substituted for, in accordance with the rules.
RULES APPLICATION In a Peewee game, Team A has one goaltender dressed, and during the course of the game she gets injured What does the player from Team A who is going to dress as the goaltender need in order to be given full goaltender privileges Rule 2. 6 (c) Situation 3 - Player must wear mandatory goaltender equipment (For Peewee and above, goaltender pads are mandatory) as covered by the rules, helmet, proper facial protection and stick. (Rule 3. 3 (c), Rule 3. 5 and Rule 3. 6)
RULES APPLICATION The goaltender has been removed from the ice and the opposing team obtains a breakaway in the attacking zone. She shoots the puck towards the open goal. A defending player throws her stick at the shot puck. Is this an awarded goal? Rule 4. 10 (a) 2 - No. The player who shot the puck no longer had control of the puck. In order for a goal to be awarded the player must have both possession and control at the time of the infraction.
RULES APPLICATION At a stoppage of play, the goaltender from Team B asks the official if he may go to the bench in order to repair his goaltender mask. Can the referee grant permission for the goaltender to go to the bench? Rule 3. 1 (c) Situation 3 - No What are the options that the coach from Team B has?
RULES APPLICATION During a stoppage in play it becomes apparent that a player from Team A is injured. Play was not stopped as a result of the injury. Does the player have to leave the ice? Rule 2. 6 (g) Situation 5 – If the injured player causes a delay in the resumption of play or the Trainer comes onto the ice, the injured player must leave the ice until play resumes.
RULES APPLICATION The puck is shot from the attacking blue line by a player from Team A. A defender from Team B high sticks the puck and deflects to another player on Team B. Do you stop play immediately? Rule 8. 3 (d) Situation 3 – When the teammate gains CONTROL of the puck.
RULES APPLICATION The official has signaled a delayed penalty to Team A. Once Team A has gained possession and control of the puck, play is stopped and the penalty procedure begins. During this process the official is unable to identify the offending player’s number. What is the officials next step? Rule 4. 13 Situation 15 – In consultation with the Captain will choose a player who was on the ice at the time of the infraction to serve the penalty.
RULES APPLICATION When would an official apply the Game Ejection Rule? Rule 4. 2 (e)- Shall be assessed to any player that incurs a total of three stick infractions during the same game. What are the stick infractions? High sticking, cross-checking, slashing, butt-ending and spearing
RULES APPLICATION The goaltender has lost his stick, his defenseman goes into the corner to retrieve the stick. Can the player pick the stick up and return it to his goaltender? Rule 3. 2 (d) Situation 9 - Yes as long as that player does not participate in the play while carrying the goaltender’s stick.
RULES APPLICATION On a Penalty Shot, as the player approaches the, the goaltender poke checks the puck, the puck bounces past the goaltender where the player regains the puck and scores. Is this a good goal? Rule 4. 9 (a) Situation 7 - No, once the goaltender made contact with the puck causing the player to lose control, the player can no longer touch the puck.
RULES APPLICATION A player on Team A deliberately slashed a player from Team B in the back of the legs. The player from Team B was injured on the play. What penalty does the official assess? Rule 6. 1 (a) Match penalty shall be assessed to any player or team official who deliberately attempts to or deliberately injures an opponent in any manner.
RULES APPLICATION At a stoppage of play in the attacking zone, the official assess a double minor for Head Contact to the attacking team and a minor penalty for roughing to the defending team. Where is the ensuing face-off? Rule 10. 2 (f)- When an infringement of any rule has been committed by players of both teams, the ensuing face-off shall be at a place where stoppage of play occurred.
RULES APPLICATION Team A is already short handed when the official assess another penalty that calls for a Penalty Shot. Team B scores on the penalty shot. Does anyone return to the ice? Rule 4. 9 (b) Situation 13 Note: Goals scored on a Penalty Shot do not affect penalties being served.
RULES APPLICATION Team B is killing a penalty when Team B defenceman loses his stick. Another player from Team B notices this and throws his stick to the defenceman who picks it up and continues to play. What is the correct call? Rule 9. 8 Situation 5 - Assess a Minor penalty to the player throwing the stick, and assess a Minor penalty for “illegally receiving a stick”, to the player who picks up the stick.
RULES APPLICATION During the first period, the official notices that one of the players from Team B is wearing an improper throat protector. What course of action does the official take? Rule 3. 6 (f) Situation 21 - A player is wearing the throat protector in a manner that is careless or clearly not within the intended guidelines, the team shall receive one warning and any subsequent infraction by same team will be penalized. Officials are encouraged to deliver the warning directly to the coach.