Level 3 Questions #2
Level 3 Questions #2
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When a major penalty for boarding is assessed, a game misconduct is also required to be assessed.
1 point
In a non-scoring situation, play should be stopped when a goalkeeper loses a glove during play.
1 point
The penalty options for charging are the same as for checking from behind.
1 point
Play shall be stopped immediately anytime an additional puck shall appear on the ice surface during play.
1 point
A hooking penalty may only result in a minor penalty or a major and game misconduct penalty if injury results.
1 point
A minor or major penalty shall be assessed to any player who makes avoidable physical contact with an opponent after the whistle.
1 point
The puck is batted with the hand by a player in his/her attacking zone, directly to the opposing goalkeeper. This is an immediate whistle.
1 point
The actual throwing of a punch (closed fist) by a player that makes contact with an opponent is considered fighting and penalized as such.
1 point
A player serving a match penalty may not participate in games but may practice with his/her team.
1 point
As a player is leaving the penalty box, he/she has one foot on the ice and one foot still in contact with the penalty box when he/she touches the puck during play. A minor penalty for interference shall be assessed.
1 point
If Team A ices the puck during a delayed penalty on Team B, the ensuing face-off will take place in Team B’s defensive zone.
1 point
If the defending team deliberately displaces the goal frame during a breakaway, the official must award a goal to the player in possession of the puck.
1 point
A major plus game misconduct shall be assessed to a player who attempts to “butt-end” an opponent.
1 point
Any player who receives a second major penalty for fighting with the same team during the same season shall be suspended for three games.
1 point
An attacking player in the attacking zone shoots the puck which hits the cross bar and goes out of the playing surface. The ensuing face-off is in the neutral zone.
1 point
A player makes avoidable body contact with the opposing goalkeeper who is located in his/her privileged area. This action should result in a charging penalty.
1 point
The puck is kicked by an attacking player, deflects off a teammate and enters the opponent’s goal. The goal should be allowed.
1 point
All on-ice officials are required to wear HECC-approved visors.
1 point
A team is allowed to play a game with six players and no goalkeeper.
1 point
There can be only one “first to intervene” penalty assessed during any altercation.
1 point
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