Level 3 Questions #5
Level 3 Questions #5
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Officials are required to conduct themselves in a businesslike, sportsmanlike, impartial and constructive manner at all times.
1 point
The purpose of the referee’s crease is to provide an area where on-ice and off-ice officials can converse with each other without player interference.
1 point
An eligible player or goalkeeper may be added to the scoresheet during a stoppage of play, if the team is determined to still be within the maximum roster size without having to delete any players or goalkeepers from the scoresheet. However, for each player added a bench minor penalty for illegal substitution shall be assessed.
1 point
Electronic devices may be used to question, challenge or dispute a game official’s decision or judgment while the game is in progress.
1 point
If the offense for which a penalty shot has been awarded was such as would normally incur a major or a match penalty, such penalty shall be imposed in addition to the penalty shot regardless as to whether a goal was scored or not.
1 point
Should an infraction of the rules be committed by a player of a team not in possession and control of the puck, the referee shall signal a delayed penalty. Play will be stopped immediately when a player or goalkeeper of the offending team is contacted by the puck.
1 point
It is okay for an official to use obscene and vulgar language when dealing with players or coaches who are using obscene and vulgar language.
1 point
The minimum penalty for boarding, charging, checking from behind and head contact is a minor plus a misconduct penalty.
1 point
Anytime a team from a body contact category plays a team from a body checking category, checking shall be allowed.
1 point
A major plus a game misconduct penalty shall be assessed to any player who injures an opponent with a body check in a body contact category or a non-check adult classification game.
1 point
During a game (non-adult) the head coach is assessed a game misconduct penalty. The assistant coach takes control of the team. Later in the game that team incurs its 15th penalty. Both the head coach and the assistant coach are suspended for the next game for that team.
1 point
At the conclusion of the player changes, the official conducting the face-off will blow his/her whistle. This signals to both teams that they shall have five seconds to properly line up for the face-off, prior to the puck being dropped.
1 point
Any accidental or unavoidable contact that occurs with the goalkeeper shall be penalized under the interference rule. While any deliberate body contact or check that is delivered to the goalkeeper shall be penalized as charging.
1 point
A minor, major, or major plus a game misconduct are all penalty options for elbowing.
1 point
A misconduct penalty shall be assessed to any player who throws any portion of his/her stick or any other object outside of the playing area.
1 point
A match penalty for kicking shall be assessed to any player or goalkeeper who uses their skate to “push off” an opponent.
1 point
Time-outs must be requested during a stoppage of play, prior to the conclusion of the line change procedure.
1 point
A minor or double minor penalty shall be assessed to any player who is deemed guilty of unnecessary roughness (roughing).
1 point
It is optional for an on-ice official to wear a half-shield protective visor.
1 point
When a stoppage of play occurs as the result of any action by the attacking team in the attacking zone, the ensuing face-off will take place at the nearest attacking zone face-off spot.
1 point
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