You Make the Call #1
This quiz will help you to recognize fouls in game play. Think about what you see before you answer. If you want to see the full screen version of the video, click at the top of the thumbnail to open You Tube.
The videos used are in no way meant to embarrass or demean any official or association. They are being used as examples to help officials learn how to handle multiple game situations.
1. What is the correct outcome for this play?
The goal is good and the push is waved off - Faceoff
No goal because a goal can't be scored if a player ends up in the crease - Possession to Red
The goal is good and the push serves 30 seconds - White ball
No goal - possession to Red
2. Is this play called correctly?
No, White should have been allowed to keep possession
Yes, White was in the crease
No, #9 white should have to serve a 30 second penalty
No, Red should be given a free clear
3. What call should be made here?
Over and Back
No call, legal play
4. What error was made by the officials on this play?
The goalie should not have been allowed to cross midfield
The goalie should not have been allowed to shoot
No error was made, the play was called correctly
The goalie should have been given 5 seconds to return to the crease before the restart
5. What statement is correct about this faceoff?
The faceoff official should be stationary before blowing the whistle
White should be called for a push
This is an example of a clean faceoff
The ball was not moved within one step
6. Why does the official make a call on this play?
White pushes Red
Red plays the ball while out of bounds
Red is offsides
White was in the crease
7. White is called for a Play- on Hold on the faceoff. What is incorrect about this restart?
The ball should have been restarted as soon as red had the ball and no one was within 5 yards
The ball should have been refaced
Nothing, the play was called correctly
8. What statement is true about this faceoff?
The white player holds the red player
The red player moves early
The red player uses the area of the shaft between his hands and commits a cross-check
The faceoff was clean and no call should be have been made
9. Why was a call made in the video above?
The blue player did not keep his stick within his body frame
Blue gained an advantage because of #3's actions
There was contact between the white player and blue #3
All of the above
10. What is the correct call for the video above?
Push - 30 second penalty
Cross check - 1 min. releasable
Illegal body check to a defenseless player - 2 min. non-releaseable
No call, this is a legal check
This form was created inside of Owen J. Roberts School District.