Recent Rule Changes Quiz
Team A advances the ball beyond the midfield line, and before entering the goal area, they pass the ball back into the defensive half of the field. What should the official do?
"Play on", slow whistle. If Team B possesses the ball, then award the ball to Team A. If Team A intercepts the pass, allow play to continue.
Immediate whistle for "over and back", Award the ball to Team B.
Play continues and so does the 10 second count.
Immediate whistle. Team B serves 30 seconds for illegal procedure.
What is the call for a coach who is on the field (not obstructing play) during live ball if the opponent has possession?
Immediate Whistle. Conduct Foul. In-home must serve 30 seconds.
Flag, down, Slow whistle. Conduct Foul. In-home must serve 30 seconds unless a goal is scored.
Flag down, slow whistle. In-home must serve 1 minute non-releasable unsportsmanlike conduct foul.
Immediate whistle and flag down. In-home must serve 1 minute non-releasable unsportsmanlike conduct foul.
Player A1 jumps (does not dive) from outside the crease and shoots towards the goal. The ball enters the goal before he lands in the crease. When he lands, he is standing in the crease. Is this a legal goal?
No, because there is no situation where a player can enter the crease after scoring a goal.
Yes, the ball entered the goal while he was airborne.
Yes, because he did not dive.
No, the player became airborne of his own volition, so the goal is disallowed.
Stalling rules are in effect during the last 2 minutes of the game in which of the following situations?
For the team that is winning the game.
For the team that is winning the game by 4 goals or less.
For both teams if the score is tied.
For either team if they are "man-up"
Faceoff player A1 comes to the "X" with a stick that has a black head and a black shaft. What should the official do?
Allow Team A to substitute another player for A1 to take the faceoff.
Award the ball to Team B and allow A1 to remain in the game.
Award ball to Team B and send A1 off the field until the next dead ball.
A1 serves 30 seconds for illegal procedure and award the ball to Team B.
During an equipment inspection, the official finds that Player's A1's stick measures 6 1/8" at the widest point AND the pocket is too deep. What should the official do?
A1 serves a one minute releasable foul and stick is removed from the game
Flag down, A1 serves one minute non-releasable foul for the pocket being too deep and the stick, if adjusted, can continue to be used in the game
A1 serves 3 minutes non-releasable penalty for an illegal stick, stick is removed from the game
A1 serves 4 minutes non-releasable for the total of the violations, stick is removed from the game
In the 2nd quarter, Team B commits a foul creating a flag down, slow whistle situation. When should the official stop play and administer the foul?
When the defense gains possession of the ball.
When the ball leaves the goal area.
When Team A takes a shot that misses the goal, even if it is caught in the air by a member of Team A
If Team B commits another foul causing another flag to be thrown.
Team A has previously satisfied the 10 second count and had possession inside the goal area. The ball becomes loose and crosses the center line having last been touched by Team B. Has an "over and back" violation occurred?
No, because the ball was loose.
No, because Team B was the reason the ball crossed the center line.
Yes, because Team A had already satisfied the 10 second count.
Yes, because Team B never gained possession before the ball crossed the center line.
While Team A is in possession of the ball, Player B2 enters the crease with the intent of blocking a shot. Team B has not committed this violation previously in the game. What should the official do?
Allow play to continue unless a shot is taken by Team A
Flag down, slow whistle. B2 serves 30 seconds. Conduct foul.
Immediate whistle. Flag down, B2 serves 30 second penalty. Conduct foul.
Immediate whistle. B2 serves 1 minute non-releasable foul for Unsportsmanlike Conduct.
A shot is taken at the end of a period and released from the stick before the horn sounds. This is goal is disallowed in which of the following circumstances:
The ball enters the goal after the horn sounds to end the period
The ball enters the goal before the horn sounds to end the period
The ball enters the goal after the horn and after deflecting off a defensive player or the goal keeper
The ball enters the goal after the horn and after deflecting off an offensive player
Where shall the ball restarted on a pre-whistle faceoff violation?
Where the ball was when the whistle was blown, all players are released immediately.
In the offended team's offensive side of the field at center, all players are released immediately.
In the offended team's offensive side of the field at center, other players must remain behind defensive-area lines until whistle is blown.
Where the ball was when the whistle was blown, other players must remain behind defensive-area lines until whistle is blown.
Player A1 is running towards the goal and shoots the ball. After the ball enters the goal, A1 runs through the crease. Is this a legal goal?
Yes, A1's feet were grounded prior to, during, and after the shot.
No, A1 was in the crease
Yes, as long as only one foot touches inside the crease.
It depends on if in the judgement of the official, A1 could have avoided entering the crease. If he could have avoided it, disallow the goal. If entering the crease was unavoidable, the goal is counted.
The faceoff player uses the "pinch and pop" method to control the ball and has the ball in the back of his stick. Is this a legal play?
Yes, as long it is clear to the official that the ball is not stuck in the back of his crosse, he may take as many steps as he wants to with the ball in the back of his crosse.
No, the faceoff player must not have the ball in the back of his crosse at any time during the faceoff.
Yes, as long as the ball is moved, raked, or directed within one step.
No, because the new rules prohibit this technique for faceoffs.
All additional strings (shooting strings, V channels, etc.) must be within how many inches of the top of the crosse?
No restrictions (until the 2022 season)
Official notices that Player A1 (in possession of the ball) is playing with his mouthpiece "fish hooked" in his mouth. What should the official do?
Immediate whistle. A1 serves 30 second penalty
Immediate whistle. Award the ball to Team B
Flag down, slow whistle. A1 serves 30 second penalty.
Immediate whistle. A1 serves 1 min. non-releasable foul.
A player may be added to the team roster after the game has begun without penalty.
The official throws a second flag for a foul on the losing team during the final 2 minutes of the game. When should the whistle be blown to end this play?
When the ball hits the ground
When the offense takes the ball out of the goal area
When a shot is taken that is caught in the air by an offensive player
Immediately on the throwing of the second flag. Administer both penalties.
With Team A in possession of the ball, B1 enters the crease with the perceived intent of blocking a shot or acting as the goalkeeper. This is the second time Team B has violated this rule. What should the official do?
Flag down, Slow whistle. B1 serves 30 seconds for a Conduct Foul
Immediate whistle. B1 serves one minute releasable penalty for Unsportsmanlike Conduct
Immediate whistle, Team B's in-home serves one minute non-releasable penalty for Unsportsmanlike Conduct
Flag Down, Slow whistle. Team B's in-home serves one minute releasable penalty for Unsportsmanlike Conduct
The penalty for a crosse that is found to have shooting strings more than 4" from the top of the head is:
No penalty, but crosse may not re-enter the game until strings are removed
One minute releasable penalty. Crosse can return if strings are removed
3 minute non-releasable foul, crosse must remain at the table for remainder of the game
30 second conduct foul, crosse, if strings are removed, may re-enter the game
Any faceoff player must have 6" of contrasting color tape on the shaft of his stick. The color must not match the head of the stick or his top glove.
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