Level 3 Questions #4
Level 3 Questions #4
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If the officials erred in calling an “icing the puck” infraction (regardless of whether either team is shorthanded) a last play face-off (end zone face-off spot nearest to the location of the puck when play was stopped) shall occur.
1 point
A player in a youth game shoots the puck directly (non-deflected) outside of the playing area, from his/her defending zone, over the glass or screen. A minor penalty must be assessed for delay of game.
1 point
Icing shall be nullified if the puck travels the length of the ice as a result of either player participating in a face-off.
1 point
The officials do not need to blow the whistle at the end of each period.
1 point
A linesman may call a penalty shot when a player is fouled from behind on a breakaway and the referee did not observe the infraction.
1 point
During a high school game where the “tag-up” (to nullify a delayed off-side) applies, Team A shoots the puck into its attacking zone just prior to all Team A players clearing the zone. The puck is headed towards the goal. Prior to the puck reaching the goal area, Team A has completely cleared the zone and the puck enters the goal. This is considered a good goal.
1 point
A player is assessed a minor penalty for tripping and does not proceed immediately to the penalty bench while disputing the call. The official must assess a minor penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct.
1 point
The proper sequence of penalties to be assessed to a player who continues to verbally abuse an official or who persists in disputing a call is: minor, misconduct, game misconduct, warning to the captain, bench minor penalty.
1 point
A player who collides with a linesman and verbally abuses him/her for being in the way with no reference made to a previous decision should be assessed a misconduct penalty.
1 point
When play has been stopped for an injured player, the closest official should immediately skate toward him/her and monitor the player until the coach, team official or trainer arrives. Once team personnel have arrived, the official(s) should back away to avoid any possible confrontation.
1 point
Legitimate (legal) body checking must be done for the purpose of separating the opponent from the puck using only the trunk of the body (hips and shoulders) and must be above the opponent’s knees and at or below the shoulders.
1 point
In an adult game, a player cuts an opponent on the face with an accidental high stick. Given the cut, the official should assess a double minor for high sticking.
1 point
A delayed penalty is signaled against Team A. Team B pulls its goalkeeper for an extra attacker. Team B, in possession of the puck, attempts a pass which deflects off a Team A player and enters the Team B goal. The goal is allowed.
1 point
A game misconduct penalty shall be assessed to any player who throws his/her stick outside the playing surface after his/her team has been scored upon.
1 point
A major penalty for tripping is the minimum penalty to be assessed when a slew foot is committed against an opponent.
1 point
Play is stopped in error when a shorthanded team ices the puck. The ensuing face-off shall take place at the nearest end zone face-off spot with respect to the location of the puck when it crossed the goal line.
1 point
A player is body checked and crashes through the ice re-surfacer door. Play should be stopped immediately.
1 point
The two-inch thick red line outlining the goal crease is considered to be part of the goal crease.
1 point
A maximum of 20 players, of which not more than 19 are skaters, shall be permitted to play in the game.
1 point
Except for adult classifications, no player or goalkeeper shall be permitted on the ice while wearing jewelry, unless it is completely covered by equipment, or taped to the body.
1 point
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