Level 3 Questions #6
Level 3 Questions #6
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If the puck shall illegally enter the goal as a result of deflecting directly off an official anywhere on the ice, the resulting face-off shall take place at the nearest end zone face-off spot of the goal the puck entered.
1 point
A game misconduct penalty shall be assessed to any player who throws his/her stick or any other object outside of the playing area, if done in protest of an official’s decision, or if thrown at or in the direction of a spectator.
1 point
The proper signal for a goal scored, is pointing at the goal multiple times with your non-whistle hand while simultaneously blowing the whistle several times.
1 point
With the puck frozen along the boards by two opposing players, the referee must stop play the instant he/she realizes that unnecessary contact will inhibit the play to continue.
1 point
Three players from the same team are on the penalty bench serving non-coincident minor penalties assessed at different times. When the first penalty expires, that player whose penalty expired may return to the ice immediately.
1 point
A player (youth or girls/women classification) is assessed a major penalty and a game misconduct penalty, which also constitutes his/her fifth penalty in that game. The player will be suspended for the next two games of that team.
1 point
During a delayed penalty signal to Team A, Team B scores a goal. The signaled penalty is recorded on the scoresheet but not served. The penalty therefore does not count toward the cumulative penalty rules for players or teams.
1 point
Checking for accuracy and completeness, crossing off blank areas such as players roster, penalty section and goal and assist records are not the responsibility of the on-ice officials at the conclusion of the game.
1 point
A minor plus a misconduct penalty shall be assessed to any player who head-butts an opponent in any manner.
1 point
A major plus a game misconduct penalty shall be assessed to any player who engages in fighting. An additional minor penalty shall be assessed to any player who starts or instigates fighting.
1 point
A team causing a stoppage of play shall not gain a territorial advantage with the ensuing face-off.
1 point
The proper signal for a penalty shot is the same as for interference, crossed arms stationary in front of the chest with the fists closed.
1 point
All bench minor penalties must be served by a non-penalized player who was on the ice at the time of the infraction, except the goalkeeper.
1 point
A minor penalty shall be assessed to any player who makes stick contact with an opposing goalkeeper while he/she is in his/her goal crease and who has covered or caught the puck, regardless of whether or not the referee has stopped play.
1 point
During a stoppage of play, Team A requests and is granted a time-out. During the same stoppage of play Team B also requests its time-out. The request should be granted to Team B, so long as it was made prior to the conclusion of the first time-out.
1 point
A misconduct penalty shall be assessed to any coach or team official who persists in any conduct where they were previously assessed a bench minor penalty.
1 point
A minor penalty for delay of game shall be assessed to a goalkeeper who falls on or gathers the puck into his/her body and causes a stoppage of play if the puck is behind the goal line and his/her body is entirely outside of the goal crease.
1 point
A goalkeeper catches the puck and throws it forward towards his/her opponent’s goal and it is first touched by a teammate. Play shall be stopped and the ensuing face-off shall be held at the nearest end zone face-off spot of the offending team.
1 point
In the three- and four-official systems, a linesman shall stop play and report to the referee any infraction of too many players on the ice (rule 205a) once the offending team gains possession and control of the puck.
1 point
In the three- or four-official system a linesman reports his/her version of an injury potential penalty that occurred behind the play and was not observed by the referee. The referee at his/her discretion may assess a penalty for the reported infraction.
1 point
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