Level 3 Questions #1
Level 3 Questions #1
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The linesman is covering the goal line for the referee who is in the neutral zone. If the puck enters the goal and it is not observed by the referee, the linesman shall signify that the puck entered the goal by pointing at the goal and blowing his/her whistle.
1 point
When either center has been removed from a face-off it is not necessary to blow the whistle to restart the face-off procedure.
1 point
A player has his/her stick blade above the height of the shoulders. The puck strikes the butt-end of the stick, which is below the height of the shoulder, and goes into the goal. The goal shall be allowed.
1 point
The referee should always look directly at the player to whom he/she is assessing the penalty.
1 point
The puck is batted with the hand, deflects off of the stick of the player batting the puck, then goes directly into the opposing goal. This is a legal goal.
1 point
An attacking player who has possession and control of the puck may enter the opposing goal crease prior to the puck entering the crease (the goalkeeper is in the crease).
1 point
A player whom a delayed penalty is signaled against can be credited with scoring a goal.
1 point
Player A receives a minor penalty. Prior to the ensuing face-off, a Team B player receives a minor penalty. The two penalties are considered coincidental even though they were not committed at the same time.
1 point
A linesman makes an obvious error in stopping play for an off-sides violation. The ensuing face-off shall take place at the center ice face-off spot.
1 point
A team may change its goalkeeper to defend against a penalty shot.
1 point
The penalty options for boarding include minor, major, major plus game misconduct, or match penalty.
1 point
A properly registered team official can be on the bench to film action or take pictures of the game for instructional purposes during a game.
1 point
It is legal for a player to skate with his/her sweater tucked into the pants.
1 point
A head contact penalty shall be assessed any time a player contacts an opponent’s head, face or neck with any part of his/her body or equipment, excluding the stick
1 point
When a player receives a second misconduct penalty in a game, he/she will be assessed an additional minor penalty.
1 point
A team’s only goalkeeper becomes injured and cannot continue. The team may delay the game momentarily while a temporary goalkeeper acquires all the goalkeeper equipment.
1 point
One role of the official at lower levels of hockey is simply that of a teacher.
1 point
Two opposing players skate along the boards in an effort to move the puck out of the corner. During their attempts, a third player takes more than two fast strides and appears to be headed directly toward the opposing player who is attempting to move the puck. The referee should stop play immediately, even though no player has fallen on the puck and the third player has not yet made any contact.
1 point
Any time that a team has been reduced to less than four players, the game shall be suspended.
1 point
A misconduct penalty will be assessed to a player for playing with a glove that has the palm deliberately removed.
1 point
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