Level 2 Questions #1
Level 2 Questions #1
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It is acceptable for an official to arrive at the arena 15 minutes prior to the start of the game.
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When icing is completed, the front official will blow the whistle.
1 point
At the end of the game the officials don’t need to check the scoresheet for accuracy prior to signing the scoresheet.
1 point
The official conducting a face-off will get into position only after both teams are ready at the face-off location.
1 point
According to USA Hockey’s Standard of Play Initiative, lifting an opponent’s stick will always be a penalty.
1 point
The role of the official at lower levels of hockey is mostly that of a teacher.
1 point
At the lower age levels high sticking should always be a penalty. Even if it was accidental.
1 point
A goal should be disallowed if an attacking player was in the goal crease when the puck entered the goal.
1 point
An official should not put their whistle in their mouth until they are ready to stop play.
1 point
Only officials under the age of 18 are required to wear half-shield visors on their black hockey helmet.
1 point
When officials have to change direction on the ice, the preferred method is to turn facing the players’ benches.
1 point
When a goal is scored, the official will point in the direction of the player who scored.
1 point
The ready position for an official includes having the knees slightly bent.
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Even if you officiated the previous game, you still need to visually inspect the playing area prior to the start of the next game.
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In the two-official system, for a face-off at a neutral zone face-off spot (not center ice), the official NOT dropping the puck lines up directly across from the face-off on the neutral zone side of the blue line.
1 point
According to USA Hockey’s Standard of Play Initiative, players are entitled to the ice they occupy as long as they are able to maintain their own foot speed and body position between the puck and the opponent.
1 point
An official dropping the puck at a face-off should extend their arm out to “present” the puck prior to conducting the face-off.
1 point
The front official should check with their partner at least two times to see that the icing call is still on prior to blowing the whistle.
1 point
The referee should always look directly at the player to whom he/she is assessing a penalty.
1 point
In the two-official system, during an end zone face-off, the official not dropping the puck should be positioned about five feet inside the blue line and 10 feet from the boards.
1 point
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