EOP #2 20190623
EOP #2 20190623
14U and older. The puck is shot into Team A’s Attacking Zone with player A3 just inside the blue line. While the Linesman is correctly signaling a delayed off-side infraction on Team A, player B6 gains possession and control of the puck and attempts to move the puck out of the zone. During this attempt, player B8 commits a minor penalty infraction. The Referee immediately stops play. Where is the ensuing face-off?
Nearest neutral zone face-off spot
End zone face-off spot of Team B
End zone face-off spot of Team A
Center ice face-off spot
Play is stopped because of an injured player. As soon as the whistle blows, the player gets up and skates away, obviously faking the injury to obtain a stoppage of play. May the Referee call a minor penalty for delaying the game?
Which team’s center must place the stick first on the ice for any face-off conducted at any face-off spot?
All face-off spots: Visiting team player
All face-off spots: Home team player
Center Ice: Visiting team player. Other locations: Attacking team player.
Center Ice: Home team player. Other locations: Defending team player.
What is the maximum number of players allowed to play in a game (goalkeepers and skaters)?
Maximum 20 players, with 3 goalkeepers (and 17 skaters).
Maximum 20 players, with 19 skaters (and 1 goalkeeper).
Maximum 21 players. 3 goalkeepers and 18 skaters.
None of the above
What is the correct sequence of penalties to assess to a player who disputes the ruling of an official, and continues the disputation, during a stoppage of play?
Misconduct Penalty then Game Misconduct Penalty.
Minor Penalty, then Misconduct Penalty, then Game Misconduct Penalty.
Minor Penalty, then Misconduct Penalty, then Game Misconduct Penalty, then Match Penalty.
None of the above.
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