Level 3 Questions #3
Level 3 Questions #3
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The ensuing face-off for a puck that goes off a linesman in the neutral zone directly into an unattended goal will be in the neutral zone.
1 point
A player checks an opponent with two hands on the stick and the blade of the stick touching the ice. This may be considered crosschecking.
1 point
Any team that receives three major penalties in the same game shall have its head coach suspended for the next game of that team.
1 point
The referee may authorize a change on the scoresheet for credit of a goal or assist after the game.
1 point
A linesman sees that a team has too many players on the ice. He/she should raise his/her arm to signal a delayed penalty.
1 point
The puck is outside the goal crease. A defending player slides and covers the puck with his hand. His momentum, however, carries him into the goal crease with the puck and he is in the crease when play is stopped. A penalty shot shall be awarded.
1 point
It is possible for a player to be assessed more than one game misconduct in the same game.
1 point
All bench minor penalties must be served by a player who was on the ice at the time of the infraction and who is not being penalized at the same stoppage.
1 point
A face-off shall be conducted at an end zone face-off spot of the penalized team to start play after the assessment of a penalty that causes a change in on-ice numerical strength.
1 point
Part way through the first period the referee notices a puck from the warm-up is setting atop the dasher board next to the glass, behind the net. He/she shall stop play immediately.
1 point
The referee is allowed to change a penalty on the scoresheet at the conclusion of the game by crossing it off and adding the correct penalty at the bottom of the scoresheet.
1 point
A stoppage of play in an end zone is followed by a gathering of players. The ensuing face-off shall take place in the neutral zone if any of the attacking players enter the zone further than the outer edges of the face-off circle.
1 point
A player runs into the opposing goalkeeper. The official determines that the contact was unavoidable. The player should receive a minor penalty for interference.
1 point
A linesman sees that a team has too many players on the ice. He/she should stop play immediately at all times.
1 point
When a player receives a second misconduct penalty in the same game, he/she shall be assessed a game misconduct penalty in lieu of the second misconduct penalty.
1 point
A butt-end gesture made towards an opponent that does not make contact shall be penalized with a minor for unsportsmanlike conduct.
1 point
The attacking team player, in the attacking zone, shoots the puck which hits the crossbar and goes out of the playing surface. The ensuing face-off is in the attacking zone.
1 point
Players that are ineligible for the game should be crossed off the scoresheet at the conclusion of the game.
1 point
When a team receives 15 penalties in a game, the coach responsible for the team at the time of the 15th penalty is immediately given a game misconduct and ejected for the remainder of that game.
1 point
Any unnecessary contact with an opponent who is attempting to play the puck in an obvious icing situation shall be penalized strictly as boarding, charging or roughing.
1 point
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