Level 2 Questions #3
Level 2 Questions #3
When should you immediately stop play for an injured player?
At all times, even if the injury is minor.
If the injury appears to be serious.
Never. You must always wait until the injured player’s team has/gains possession of the puck.
If a team ices the puck from its own defending zone, the puck is not touched by any player and does not enter the goal, completion of icing occurs when the puck:
Completely crosses the goal line.
Touches any part of the goal line.
Crosses the imaginary line connecting the face-off spots in that end zone.
In the two-official system, when play is in the neutral zone the officials should be:
On opposite blue lines with one skate in each zone.
On opposite blue lines with both skates in the neutral zone.
On opposite blue lines with both skates in the attacking zone.
After assessing a penalty shot, the official(s) should communicate what with the shooter and goalkeeper?
Nothing. They should know what to do.
The procedures and rules governing the penalty shot.
Why a penalty shot was called.
In the two-official system, if your partner stops play for a frozen puck, you should:
Go to the face-off location.
Stand in your present location.
Be aware of the player’s actions, then retrieve the puck and take it to your partner.
During a potential icing situation, a defending player is able to play the puck before it crosses the goal line. Whose responsibility is it to wave off the potential icing?
The front official.
The back official that initiated the potential icing call.
In the two-official system, play is around the goal and your partner is on the goal line. Where should you be positioned?
At the closer blue line, on the opposite side of the ice from your partner.
At the closer blue line, on the same side of the ice as your partner.
Around the center red line.
Which of the following is an illegal play according to USA Hockey’s Standard of Play Initiative?
Poking the glove of an opponent with the stick, preventing the player from being able to shoot the puck.
Both a and c.
Using the free arm to maintain their body position while carrying the puck.
When communicating with a coach or player, avoid which of the following?
Lengthy in-depth conversations.
A calm and soft spoken manner.
Supporting your partner and admitting mistakes.
In the two-official system, during the postgame handshake the officials should be positioned:
One on each side of the handshake line toward each end of the line.
Both on the players bench side toward each end of the line.
Both in the referee’s crease.
Which is the proper signal for a goal scored?
Multiple long blasts of the whistle while pointing at the net several times with the non-whistle hand.
Pointing at the player who shot the puck with a full palm, fingers extended hand, while delivering a single blast of the whistle.
A single point with the non-whistle hand, directly at the goal in which the puck entered legally, while simultaneously blowing one sharp blast of the whistle.
The “wash-out” signal (both arms swung laterally across the body at shoulder level with the palms down) can be used to signal which of the following?
No high stick violation.
All of the above.
Which is NOT one of the five (5) criteria that has to be met for a penalty shot to be awarded?
The player must be in possession and control of the puck.
The player must be beyond his or her defending blue line.
There is no opponent present between the player and the opposing goalkeeper.
The player is fouled from behind, diagonally from behind, or from the side.
The player is deprived of a reasonable scoring opportunity.
According to USA Hockey's Standard of Play Initiative, which of the following statements is NOT true?
A player is entitled to the ice he/she occupies as long as they are able to maintain their own foot speed and body position between opponent and puck.
Players are allowed to compete for body position using their strength and balance in front of the goal or along the boards.
A player may use his/her body to pick, block or impede the progress of an opponent with no effort to play the puck as long as he/she is bigger and stronger than their opponent.
The area of proper goal line positioning for the referee is often referred to as the:
Which of the following describes the best technique for blowing your whistle for a penalty infraction?
Blow your whistle louder and more aggressively if it was a major infraction.
Blow your whistle several times if you want everyone to respect you.
Blow one loud, sharp blast on the whistle.
When a penalty is being assessed, which is the proper procedure?
The official closest to the penalty/timekeeper box should assess the penalty while his/her partner retrieves the puck.
The officials should get together at center ice to discuss the call before assessing the penalty to the penalty/timekeeper. Then the senior official can assess the penalty while the other official retrieves the puck.
The official who is assessing the penalty will report to the penalty/timekeeper, while his/her partner retrieves the puck.
When should an official stop play for an injured/hurt player?
Immediately, even if the injury appears not to be serious.
Immediately, if the injury appears to be serious.
Always wait until the injured player’s team has possession of the puck.
According to USA Hockey’s Standard of Play Initiative, what actions SHOULD NOT be penalized?
Acts of an intimidating or dangerous nature.
Excessively hard body checks on the puck carrier that are meant to punish.
Competing for the puck using strength and balance.
Which of the following is not one of the official’s postgame duties and responsibilities.
Signing the scoresheet.
Viewing the handshake line.
Texting the score to the newspaper.
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