NMHA New Officials Application Form 2019-2020
PLEASE DO NOT USE A SCHOOL OR COLLEGE EMAIL ADDRESS! Please complete the following information. All questions marked with a "*" are required questions. The last five questions are rules questions.
Do you wish to become either referee or timekeeper? (Note: You can only register to tryout for one role. You cannot tryout as referee and timekeeper).
Please enter your name
Last name, First name
Please enter your birthdate.
Apartment #, Unit, Suite, etc.
Must live in Ottawa area to join the Officiating Program
If you played hockey this season, which level did you play?
Peewee A HL
Bantam C HL
Bantam B HL (Checking / No Checking)
Bantam A HL
Midget C HL
Midget B HL (Checking / No Checking)
Midget A HL
Major Peewee B Comp
Minor Bantam B Comp
Major Bantam B Comp
Minor Midget B Comp
Major Midget B Comp
Major Peewee A
Major Peewee AA
Minor Bantam AA
Major Bantam AA
Minor Midget AA
Major Midget AA
Minor Bantam AAA
Major Bantam AAA
Minor Midget AAA
Major Midget AAA
Men's Recreation Hockey
Did not play
If you played hockey this season, who was your coach?
If you played hockey this past season, what was your coach's phone number or e-mail address?
Which qualities and experiences do you have that make you think that you would be a good official?
Open Book Quiz on Hockey Canada Rules (15 questions)
You can find the answers in the Hockey Canada rule book on-line at this link:
1. A player impedes, but does not knock an opposing player to the ice who is not in possession of the puck at a face-off, what is the penalty call?
A. there is no penalty as this is permitted on the face-offs, strength against strength.
B. this is a Minor penalty for Unsportsmanlike Conduct.
C. this is a Minor penalty for Interference.
D. this is a Minor penalty for Roughing.
2. There are several conditions that must be met in order to assess a Penalty Shot. Which one of the following is NOT one of these conditions:
A. the attacking player must be fouled from behind.
B. the attacking player must have control of the puck.
C. the attacker need not have been denied a reasonable scoring opportunity.
D. the attacking player must have no defending player to pass other than the goaltender.
3. A goaltender loses her stick and a teammate hands the goaltender her own stick. The player meanwhile picks up the goaltender’s stick and plays with it. What is the call?
A. assess a minor penalty for use of an illegal stick.
B. assess a minor penalty for interference.
C. assess a minor penalty for illegal equipment.
D. no penalty needs to be assessed.
4. The carrying of sticks above the normal height of the ______________ of the opponent is prohibited.
5. What shall be the determining factor in all instances in deciding an "off-side"?
A The position of the player's stick.
B The position of the puck.
C The position of the player's body.
D The position of the player's skates.
6. A defensive player pins an offensive player on the boards while battling for the puck. The offensive player is trying to move the puck, but the defensive player, with her free hand keeps pinning and holding the offensive player against the boards. What is the call?
A. a minor penalty for delay of game.
B. a minor penalty for interference.
C. a minor penalty for roughing.
D. a minor penalty for holding.
7. Any player who is assessed a second Misconduct penalty in the same game shall what?
A. automatically be assessed a Match penalty.
B. automatically be assessed an additional Minor penalty for Unsportsmanlike penalty.
C. automatically be assessed a Game Misconduct penalty.
D. automatically be assessed a Gross Misconduct penalty.
8. During a face-off the defending center has the puck in his feet and the opposing center moves his stick into the area of the skates of the defending center. The opposing player is playing the puck and takes control of the puck. As a result, the defending center falls to the ice. What is the call?
A. a minor penalty for tripping.
B. a minor penalty for interference.
C. no penalty call.
D. a minor penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct.
9. If a goaltender intentionally participates in the play in any manner when she is beyond the centre red line, she shall be assessed what?
A. a minor penalty.
B. a double minor penalty.
C. a game misconduct penalty.
D. a gross misconduct penalty.
10. Any player joining in a fight, acting as a peacemaker or taking part in another fight during the same stoppage of play, will be assessed what?
A. a minor penalty and a misconduct penalty.
B. a double minor penalty and a misconduct penalty.
C. a double minor penalty and a game misconduct penalty.
D. a game misconduct penalty plus any other penalty the offender incurs under the rules.
11. What penalty shall be assessed to any player (except a goaltender) who, while play is in progress, picks up the puck with her hand?
A. a penalty shot shall be assessed.
B. a goal shall be awarded, if the play is in the defending zone.
C. a minor penalty shall be assessed.
D. a major penalty and a game misconduct penalty shall be assessed.
12. At the discretion of the referee based on the degree of violence of impact, what penalty shall be assessed to any player who checks an opponent to the head area in any manner?
A. a minor or a major penalty and a game misconduct penalty.
B. a double minor and misconduct penalty, or a major and a game misconduct penalty.
C. a minor penalty or a double minor penalty, or a major and a game misconduct penalty.
D. a major and misconduct penalty or a major and a gross misconduct penalty.
13. In cases where a single minor penalty has been assessed and the penalized player is guilty of unsportsmanlike conduct, the referee is encouraged to assess the additional minor penalty for “unsportsmanlike conduct”. However, if a teammate on the ice is guilty of unsportsmanlike conduct, what penalty or penalties should the referee assess?
A. the referee is encouraged to assess the teammate a misconduct penalty in this situation.
B. the referee should assess the teammate an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty as well.
C. the referee should issue a warning to the teammate as well as the bench. Any further occurrence would result in a misconduct penalty.
D. the referee would assess a gross misconduct to the teammate for making a travesty of the game.
14. The goaltender comes out of her crease to beat an attacking player to the puck and simply jumps on the puck, causing a stoppage of play. What does the referee do?
A. blow the play down and the subsequent face-off will be taken at the nearest end zone face-off circle.
B. a warning shall be issued to the goaltender and any subsequent incidents in the same game will result in a minor penalty being assessed for a delay of game.
C. a warning shall be issued to the goaltender and any subsequent incidents will result in a minor penalty for delay of game and a misconduct penalty being assessed to the goaltender.
D. no warning shall be issued in this instance. A minor penalty for delay of game shall be assessed to the goaltender.
15. If a spearing action is directed at the groin, stomach, chest or head of an opposing player what penalty would be warranted?
A. minor penalty.
B. double minor penalty.
C. major penalty.
D. game misconduct.
E. match penalty.
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