Ice hockey Referee Course - Part 1

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Ice hockey Referee Course - Part 1

  1. 1. ICE HOCKEY REFEREE COURSEPART 1<br />
  2. 2. 23 years<br />Jyväskylä, Finland<br />Student, Jyväskylä University<br />Seventhyear as a referee, over 600 games<br />Played 11 years<br />Henri Neva<br />
  3. 3. GENERAL<br />RC PART 1<br />=> Basics of refereeing<br /> => Reffing in Stormspractiseand in junior tournaments with experienced referee<br />RC PART 2<br />=> Advanced informationaboutbeeing a Referee<br /> => U-20 League, (EHL?)<br />
  4. 4. Beaware of Refereesethicalprinciples<br />RecognizeRefereesduties<br />Learnbasics of the rules<br />Learn the signals<br />Knowwhen the goal is allowedordisallowed<br />Knowwhen stop the game<br />Beaware of how to move and position on the ice<br />Beaware of what’soffside and icing<br />Goals of thisRegularcourse<br />
  5. 5. Opportunity to be a big part of the greatgame<br />Goodexercise(skating, fitness)<br />Opportunity to reach national and international top levels<br />A Hobby thatallowsyou to earn money<br />Learning differentskills<br />Other?<br />Why to become a referee?<br />
  6. 6. Jersey (clean and suitable)<br />Black pants<br />Black skates with white laces<br />Whistle<br />Black helmet with visor<br />Shinpads (alsojock and elbowpadsrecommended)<br />Notebook<br />Refereesequipment<br />
  7. 7. THE GAME IS SAFE!!!<br />Thereare no unnecessarydelays<br />Giveback a scoringopportunity to non-offendingteam<br />Let the skilledplayersusetheirskills<br />Whytherearerules?<br />
  8. 8. Good referee:<br />-Knowsownweaknesses and is ready to work with them<br />-Understands and knowshow to handlepeople<br /> - Is showingupappropriately on the ice and off ice<br /> - Wants to develophimself<br />Abilities of good referee:<br /> - KNOWS THE RULES AND HOW TO USE THEM!!<br />- Skatingskills<br /> - Goodphysicalcondition<br /> - Ability to reactthingsquickly<br /> - Good referee is respected and hasauthority<br /> - Understandswhat is happening on the ice<br />- Is consistent!<br />- Is honest<br />
  9. 9. For allgames, the followingofficialsshallbeappointed:<br />Two-Man System:<br />-twoofficialsworking as both referee and linesmen<br />-mostgames in UAE<br />-bothrefsareequal<br />Three-Man System:<br />- one referee and twolinesmen<br />- international games and somegames in UAE<br />Appointment of Officials…<br />
  10. 10. Four-Man System:<br />- Tworeferees and twolinesmen<br />- NHL, KHL, WC, WC u-20, WC u-18 and other national leagues<br />OFF-ICE OFFICIALS:<br /><ul><li>One Scorekeeper
  11. 11. One Timekeeper
  12. 12. One Announcer
  13. 13. TwoPenaltyBenchAttendants
  14. 14. (GoalJudges, Video GoalJudge)</li></ul>…Appointment of Officials<br />
  15. 15. Referee duties:<br /><ul><li>The referee shallhave general supervision of the game, fullcontrol of gameofficials and players, and hisdecisionshallbefinal in case of anydispute</li></ul>Linesmenduties:<br /><ul><li>A) The Linesmenshallberesponsiblemainly for the infractionsconcerning the lines (offside, icing the puck)
  16. 16. B) Theyshallface-off the puck in the mostcircumstances and willassist the Referee in conducting the game</li></ul>Referee Duties<br />
  17. 17. THE RULE BOOK<br />- Everything is based on thisbook<br />- Referees ”HolyBible”<br />- Need to knoweven in dreams<br />CASE BOOK<br />- A supplement to the Rulebook<br />- How to work in differentcases<br />Refereestools<br />
  18. 18. A PLAYER PLAYS:<br />-Forwinning<br />-Forhavingfun<br />A REFEREE<br />- Don’t ”steal” the gamefromplayers<br />- Letplayersenjoy for the game<br />- Rememberplayersemotions<br /> - Ifplayersareobeying the rules, LET THEM PLAY,<br />butwhenyouseefouls, DON’T HESITATE TO CALL<br />WHATEVER YOU DO ONE THE ICE, BE CONSISTENT!!!<br />REMEMBER!!!<br />
  19. 19. Whatare the refereesmostimportantduties<br />Pre-game<br />During the game<br />Post-game<br />Discuss and think with yourpartner<br />
  20. 20. Pre-gameduties<br />- Beearly in the ice hallrink<br />- 30min is absolutelyminimum. 45min-60min is recommended<br />- If the other Referee hasn’tcome 30min before the game<br />- callhim and ifdoesn’tanswercall me<br />- Prepare for the matchappropriately<br />- the match is ”a festival” for the youngplayers<br /> - checkyourownequipment<br />- On the ice<br />- verify the nets and that the wholerink is allright<br /> - check the gamesheet, signatures<br />
  21. 21. Dutiesduring the game<br />BE CONSISTENT!!!!!!<br />Scoringopportunities (the mostimportantsituations in the game!)<br />Call just whatyousee, nothingmore<br />Call ALWAYSwhen the fouledteamgetsbenefitbecause of the foul<br />Allowfair play<br />Remember to controlalsoplayerswhoarenot in possession of the puck<br />Bealsoawarewhere is yourpartner and what is he doing<br />
  22. 22. Control the post-gamehandshaking<br />Referees is the lastwholeaves the ice<br />In the lockerroom:<br />- CHECK the OfficialGameSheet and signitifit’sright<br />Post-gameduties<br />
  23. 23. Positioning and moving on the ice –2-Man-System<br />
  24. 24. Main points of moving<br />Yousee the situations on the ice (goals, penalties, icings, offsides)<br />Youarenotblocking the playersor the puck<br />Youarein a believable position whenmaking a desicion (goal, penalty, icing, offside)<br />I MOVE, I MOVE, I MOVE => I SEE<br />I STAND, I STAND, I STAND => OH S***<br />
  25. 25. Front Referee (Leader) moving<br />Basic situation<br /> - Movebefore the game, try<br /> to keep the distance<br /> 6-8m<br /> - Backwardsskating<br /> - Avoidgoingbehind the goalline<br /> - Don’tgo in the middle of the rink<br /> - The back referee controls the playerswhocomesafter the game<br /> - It’spossible to changesides<br />R 1<br />Backwards<br />Game<br />ET 2<br />
  26. 26. Refereespositioning<br />Basic situation<br />-Thepuck/thegame<br /> in the neutralzone<br /> ->Both R on their<br /> ”own” lines<br />Why?<br /> - The linedecisions:<br /> -> The mostimportant<br />linesundercontrol<br /> - The gamecontrol:<br /> -> The wholerinkcontrol as effectively as possible<br />R 1<br />R 2<br />
  27. 27. Refereespositioning<br />Refereespositioningduring an attack<br /> - Leadergoes to the endzone<br /> - Trailershallmove to control<br /> the blueline and alsocontrol<br /> the playerswhoarenot<br /> ”in the puck”<br />R<br />R<br />x<br />o<br />o<br />x<br />x<br />o<br />x<br />o.<br />o<br />x<br />o<br />R<br />x<br />R<br />
  28. 28. Refereespositioning in the endzone<br />Guidelines:<br />- ”Read” the gamesoyouare<br />notblocking the players<br /> - Anticipate<br /> - Remember the criticalplaces:<br /> 1. A playerwho just passed<br /> 2. In front of the net<br /> - Close the net!!!<br />- Don’tlet the netplacebetweenyou and the game<br /> - NEVER GO BETWEEN THE PUCK AND THE GOAL!!<br />E<br />o.<br />x<br />o<br />x<br />o<br />x<br />x<br />x<br />o<br />o<br />o<br />x<br />E<br />
  29. 29. GOAL<br />
  30. 30. Be in a right position<br />The puckmustentirely<br />across the goalline<br /> -Ifyouarenot sure<br />ifitsgoalornot<br />-> pause the game<br />-> don’t show anysignals<br />-> discuss with yourpartner<br />->makeyourdesicion and tellit to the announcer<br />Scoringopportunities– mostimportantsituations in the game<br />
  31. 31. No goalshallbeallowed:<br />If an attackingplayerdeliberatelykicks, throwsorbats with the handsorotherwisedirects the puckbyanymeansotherthanhisstick into the goal<br />Highstick<br />Attackingplayer in the goalcrease (ifaffect)<br />If the puckhasbeendirectlydeflected into the goalnetoff an official<br />Net off<br />The playersnameisn’t in the OfficialGameSheet<br />NO GOAL SHALL BE DISALLOWED AFTER THE FACE-OFF<br />IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE SCORING OF THAT GOAL!!!!<br />
  32. 32. Where the puckhit the stick!<br />1. No goal<br />2. No goal<br />4. GOAL <br />3. GOAL<br />11.1.2011<br />Suomen Jääkiekkoliitto - Erotuomarikoulutus<br />27<br />
  33. 33. Offsides<br />
  34. 34. Offsides<br />Players of an attackingteamshallnotprecede<br />the puckinto theirattackingzone<br />If a playergoesover the bluelinebefore the puck and plays the puck<br />-> blow the whistle<br /> -> extend the armhorizontallypointingalong the blueline<br />2. If the puckhasbeenshot to the endzone and a player is therebefore the puck<br /> => DELAYED OFFSIDE!<br /> -> non-whistlearmfullyextendedabove the head<br /> -> useyourvoice!!<br /> OBS.<br /> - if the puckhasbeenshot on goal -> whistleimmediately<br />3. The referee shalldrophisarm to nullify the delayedoffside and allow<br /> the play continueif:<br /> 1. The puckhasbeenplayed to the neutralzone<br /> OR<br /> 2. AllattackingplayersIMMEDIATELY clear the attackingzonebymaking<br />skatecontact with the blueline<br />x<br />2<br />1<br />x<br />
  35. 35. Offsides<br />4. The referee whowhistles the offside, points the face-offspot<br /> and the ”free” referee brings the puck<br />5. In the case that the puckhasbeenpassed to the playerwho is<br /> in the attackingzonea face-offshallbeconducted at the nearest<br />face-offspotwhere the passoriginated<br />6. If the offside is causedintentionally the face-offspotwillbe in the<br />defendingzone of the offendingteam<br />REMEMBER!<br />-Thedeterminingfactors in deciding an offsideare:<br /> 1. The PLAYER’S SKATES POSITON – player is offsidewhenbothskatesarecompletelyover the<br />blueline in hisattakingzonebefore the puckcompletelycrosses the line<br /> 2. The PUCK POSITION – the puckshallhavecompletelycrossed the blueline into the attacking<br />zone<br /> 3. If a player is propelling the puck and crosses the lineahead of the puckwhileskating<br />backward, the player is notoffsideprovided he is actually in control of the puck and hasboth<br />skates in the neutralzonebeforecrossing the blueline<br />1.<br />.<br />.<br />2.<br />
  36. 36. Icing<br />
  37. 37. Icing<br />1<br />3<br />4<br />2<br />A playerBEHIND the centreredline<br />shoots the puck and itcrosses the goalline<br /><ul><li>No icing shallbecalled:</li></ul>1. a defendingplayerhas a chanceto play the puckbutmakes<br />no attemptto play the puck<br />2. if the offendingteam is ”Short Handed”at the instant the<br />puck is shot<br /> 3. once the goalkeeperleaveshisgoalcrease and moves<br /> in the direction of the puck<br /> 4. if the puckhits the crossbaror the goalpost of the net<br /> and crosses the goalline<br /> 5. a playershoots the puck into the opponent’sgoal<br /> => the goalshallbeallowed<br />5<br />6<br />
  38. 38. Icing procedure<br />In the case of an icing the <br /> BACK REFEREE:<br />-Signals a possible icing, byfullyextending<br />non-whistlearmoverhishead<br />-Thearmshallremainraiseduntil the front referee<br />eitherblows the whistle to indicate an icing, or<br />until the icing is washed out.<br />-Once the icing hasbeencompleted he shows<br />the icing signal and point to the appropriate<br />face-offspot and skate to it<br />-Starts the playerschangingprocedure<br />-Takeshisplaceclose the blueline<br />
  39. 39. Icing procedure<br />In the case of an icing the<br />FRONT REFEREE:<br />- Makes the finaldecision is it icing ornot<br />->Make the decisionnotlaterthan the outeredge<br /> of the endzoneface-offcircles!<br />- Whistles a possible icing, brings the puck and<br />conducts the face-off<br />- If he decides to wash out the icing and the back<br /> refereehashisarmup the back referee shouldput<br />hisarmdown and he canalsogive the wash out<br />signal<br />
  40. 40. Face-Offs<br />
  41. 41. Face-Offs<br />Make sure thatbothteamshaveequalchances for<br />winningface-off! <br />-The Referee conducting the face-offshallbeaware<br />that the correctnumbers of playersare on the ice<br />before he drops the puck! (alsootherref)<br />-Skates inside the ”L”<br />-Sticks on the ice on the white<br />part of the face-offspots<br />-Playersnotparticipating in the face-offshall<br />be outside the face-offcircle and stay on their<br />own side (skates)<br />-Theplayer of the attackingteamshallplacehisstick on the ice first<br />
  42. 42. Referee:<br />- Relaxed and steady position<br /> - Keep the puckvisible for the players<br />fairlyundertheirheads<br /> - Don’ttelegraph the dropbyraisingarmfirst<br /> and thenthrow the puckdown<br />- Don’ttouch the playersbutbriefthem with talk<br />- Wheneverything is ready just drop the puck!<br />Face-Offs<br />
  43. 43. Face-Offs<br />Face-Offspots<br /> 1. The endzoneface-off<br />-Goaliecovers the puck<br />-Icing<br />-Intentionaloffside<br />-High-sticking in the endzoneor in the<br />neutralzone<br />-Play is stopped in the defendingzone<br />due to a defendingplayer<br />-Whenpenaltiesbeingplaced on the<br />penaltytimeclock to oneteam<br />1<br />2<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />2<br />2<br />1<br />1<br />
  44. 44. Face-Offs<br />Face-Offspots<br />2. The neutralzoneface-off<br />-Offsides<br />-When a stoppage of play hasbeen<br />causedbyanyplayer of the attacking<br />side in the attackingzone<br />-When the puckgoes outside the<br />playing are in neutralzone<br />-Offsides (ifpassed)<br />-Handpasses in the neutralzoneor<br /> in the attackingzone<br />-High-sticking in the attackingzone<br />-Attackingplayer in the goalcrease<br />1<br />2<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />2<br />2<br />1<br />1<br />
  45. 45. Face-Offs<br />Face-Offspots<br />3. The center ice face-off<br />-At the start of a period<br />-After a goalscored<br />-After an errorby an official on Icing<br />-Forprematuresubstitution of a<br />goalkeeperunlessotherwiseexpressly<br />providedbytheserules<br />1<br />2<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />2<br />2<br />1<br />1<br />
  46. 46. Referee positioning<br />Endzoneface-offs(A)<br />-Conducting referee in the spot<br />-Other referee at the opposite side<br />close the blueline<br />Neutralzoneface-offs (B)<br />-Refereesagainsteachother<br />-Non-conducting referee moves<br />with the game<br />Center ice face-offs (C)<br />-Refereesagainsteachothers<br /> - Conducting referee facestowardsScorekeeper’sBench<br />B<br />A<br />C<br />A<br />B<br />C<br />
  47. 47. Penalties<br />
  48. 48. Calling of penalties<br />When a penaltyshouldbecalled?<br />If an opponentplayermakes a foulwhich:<br /> - Is Obvious= O = Obvious<br /> - GetsBenefit for it’sownteam= B = Benefit<br /> - Injureshisopponent= I = Injury<br />
  49. 49. Calling of penalties<br />How to act in case of penalty?<br />-Yousee a foul -> Raiseyournon-whistlehandoveryourhead<br /> - If the team of the offendingplayer is NOT in possession of the puck<br /> ->Don’t stop the gameuntilpossession of the puckby the offendingteam<br /> - Stop the game, point the assessedplayer with yournon-whistlehand.<br /> - Tellassessedteamcolour, number of assessedplayer and show the right<br />signal<br /> - Skate in front of the Scorekeeper’sBench, say the number to the<br />Scorekeeper and show the signal<br /> - If a fouledplayer is injuredDON’T HURRY! Checksituationcalmly<br />beforetellinganypenalties to Scorekeeper<br />
  50. 50. - Team is shorthanded for two ( 2) minutes<br />- Goalkeeperpenaltyprocedure:<br />- A goalkeepernevergoes to the penaltybench<br />- Hispenaltyshallbeservedbyanotherplayer of histeam<br />whowas on the ice at the time the play wasstopped<br />- Benchminorpenalty:<br /> - Anyplayerwhowas on the ice at the time of the infraction, shallberuled<br />off the ice for twominutes<br />- The firstMinororBenchminorpenaltybeingservedexpiresafter the goal<br />hasbeenscored, exceptif the goal is scored on the Penaltyshot<br />Minorpenalties - 2 min<br />
  51. 51. IncludesALWAYSautomaticGameMisconductpenalty => playershallberuledoff the ice for the balance of the game<br />The penalizedteamshallimmediatelyput a substituteplayer on the penaltybench to serve the Major penalty (5min)<br />Team is shorthanded for fiveminuteseventhough the opponentteamscores<br />-> Report to the commitee<br />Major penalties - 5 min<br />
  52. 52. Matchpenalties<br />Player orteamofficialincurring a Matchpenaltyshallbeawarded at leastonegame suspension<br />Player shallberuledoff the ice for the balance of the game<br />Team is shorthanded for fiveminutes<br />Hurts the opponentplayerdeliberately<br />To playerwhostartsfisticuffs<br />Head-butting<br />Kicking<br />Spits at any person on the ice oranywhere in the rink<br />Holdsorstrikes an official<br />Makesanyobscenegesture to anyofficialorany person<br />Couldbeassessed for anyfoulagainstplayerexcluding:<br />interference, holding, holding the stick, body-checking<br />-> Report to the commitee<br />
  53. 53. Misconducts<br />10 minutes<br /> - personal (no powerplay)<br /> - complainingordisputing the ruling(obvious and repeative)<br />AutomaticGameMisconduct<br /> - personal (playershallberuledoff the ice)<br /> - is ALWAYSassessedwhen Major penalty is assessed<br /> -> REPORT<br />GameMisconductpenalty (20min)<br />- personal (playershallberuledoff the ice)<br />- secondMisconductpenalty for anyplayer -> GM<br />- if a player on the ice persists in anycourse of conduct for which<br />he hasbeenpreviouslyassessed a Misconductpenalty-> GM<br /> -> REPORT<br />
  54. 54. Penaltyshot<br />Fiveconditionsarerequired to award a Penaltyshot for a playerbeingfouledfrombehind:<br />1. The puck is outside of the player’sdefendingzone<br /> 2. The playermustbe in possession and havecontrol of the puck<br />3. The infractionmusthavebeencommittedfrombehind<br />4. The playermusthavebeendenied a REASONABLE SCORING <br /> OPPORTUNITY<br />5. The playermusthavehad no opposingplayers to pass<br /> to otherthan the goalkeeper<br />
  55. 55. Penaltyshot<br />A penaltyshotcanbeawarded in thosesituationswhere a goalkeeperfouls a player in a break-awaysituation, regardlessif the infraction<br />takesplacefrombehindornot<br />The playerfouledshallbedesignated to take the penaltyshot<br />Referee:<br /> - Stop the game<br /> - Show the penaltyshotsignal (armscrossedabove the head)<br /> - Tellit to the scorekeeper. Alsoplayersnumber.<br /> - Take the puck to the center ice<br /> - Make sure that ALL players of bothteamsgoes to theirplayerbenches<br />
  56. 56. When an equalnumber of identicalpenalties (Minor, Major orMatch) areassessed to bothteams at the samestoppage of play, suchpenaltiesshallbeknown a<br /> => Coincidentalpenalties<br />Coincidentalpenalties => not on the clock<br />Assessedplayersgoesto the penaltybench<br />No shorthanded<br />Shallnotleave the penaltybenchuntil the firststoppage of play following the expiry of theirrespectivepenalties<br />ONLY ONE EXCEPTION TO THIS RULE:<br />WhenBOTH TEAMS are at FULL STRENGTH on the ice and onlyONE<br />MINORpenalty is assessed to ONEplayer on EACHteam at the SAME<br />STOPPAGE OF PLAY<br />=> 4 ON 4<br />Coincidentalpenalties<br />
  57. 57. Penalties and signals<br />
  58. 58. 504 – Misconduct505- GameMisconduct (GM)<br />10 min = Misconduct<br />20min = GameMisconduct<br />Bothhands on the hips<br />
  59. 59. 507 – Matchpenalty (MP)<br />Always 5 minutesshorthanded<br />Patting the palm of the hand<br /> on top of the head<br />
  60. 60. 508 – Penaltyshot<br />Armscrossedabove the head<br />
  61. 61. 520 - Boarding<br />A playerwhobodychecks, elbows<br />chargesortrips an opponent in such<br /> manner thatitcauses the opponent to<br />bethrownviolently into the boards<br />2 min<br />5min+GM<br />or<br />MP<br />Injuresanopponent:<br />5min+GM<br />or<br />MP<br />Striking the clenchedfist of onehand into<br /> the open palm of the oppositehand in<br />front of the chest<br />
  62. 62. Boarding<br />520 - Boarding<br />
  63. 63. 521 – Butt-Ending<br />Identifies the act of a playerwhouses<br /> the shaft of the stickabove the upperhand<br /> to check an opposingplayer<br />2+2+10min (attempt)<br />5min+GM<br />or<br />MP<br />Injuresanopponent:<br />MP<br />A crossmotion of the forearms, one<br />movingunder the other. Upper hand<br /> is open and the lowerhand a clenchedfist<br />
  64. 64. 522 - Charging<br />Shallmean the action of a playerwho as a result of<br />distacetravelled, shallviolentlycheck an opponent<br />2min<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Injuresanopponent:<br />5+GM<br />MP<br />Rotatingclenchedfistsaroundone<br />another in front of the chest<br />
  65. 65. Charging<br />522 - Charging<br />
  66. 66. 523 – Checkingfrombehind<br />A checkfrombehind is a checkdelivered<br /> on a playerwho is notaware of the impending<br />hit, is unable to protecthimself and contact is<br /> made on the backpart of the body<br />2min+automatic 10min<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Injuresanopponent:<br />MP<br />A forwardmotion of botharms, with<br /> the palms of the hands open and facing<br />awayfrom the body, fullyextendedfrom the <br />chest at shoulderlevel<br />
  67. 67. CFB <br />523 – Checkingfrombehind<br />
  68. 68. 524 - Clipping<br />A clipping is the act of throwing the body<br />acrossorbelow the knee of an opponent,<br />charging, orfalling into the knees of an<br />opponentafterapproachinghimfrom<br />behind, side orfront<br />2min<br />5+GM<br />MP<br />Injuresanopponent:<br />5+GM<br />MP<br />Strikingleg with eitherhandbelow the knee<br />frombehind, keepingbothskates on the ice<br />
  69. 69. Clipping<br />524 - Clipping<br />
  70. 70. 525 – Cross-checking<br />A ”Cross-check” is a checkdelivered with both<br />hands on the stick and no part of the stick on the ice<br />2min<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Injuresanopponent:<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />A forward and backwardmotion<br /> of the arms with bothfistsclenched,<br />extendingfrom the chest for a distance of about<br /> a half a meter<br />
  71. 71. C-c<br />525 – Cross-checking<br />
  72. 72. 526 - Elbowing<br />A playerwhouseshiselbow to foul<br /> an opponent<br />2min<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Injuresanopponent:<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Tappingeitherelbow with the oppositehand<br />
  73. 73. Elbowing<br />526 - Elbowing<br />
  74. 74. 528 – Roughingorfisticuffs<br />A player is deemedguilty of unnecessaryroughness<br />Roughing:<br />2min<br />2+2min<br />5min+GM<br />OBS. NO MP!!!<br />Fisticuffs:<br />A playerwhostartsfisticuffs:<br />MP<br />A playerwho, havingbeenstruck, retaliates<br /> with a bloworattemptedblow:<br />2min<br />2+2min<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Fistclenched and armextended out to the side of the body<br />
  75. 75. Fisticuffs<br />Fisticuffs<br />
  76. 76. 530 – Highsticking<br />A playerwhocarriesorholdshisstickor<br />anypart of itabove the height of hisshoulders<br />thatmakescontact with an opponent<br />2min<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Injuresanopponent:<br />2+2 (accident)<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Holding bothfistsclenched, oneimmediateltyabove<br /> the other at the height of the forehead<br />
  77. 77. H-s<br />530 – High-sticking<br />
  78. 78. 531 - Holding<br />A playerwhoholds an opponent with his<br />handsorstickoranyotherway<br />2min<br />OBS!<br />A playerwhograbsorholds the face<br />maskor helmet orpulls the hair of an<br />opponent=> ROUGHING<br /> -2min<br /> -5min+GM<br />Graspingeitherwrist with the otherhand<br /> in front of the chest<br />
  79. 79. Holding<br />Holding <br />531 - Holding<br />
  80. 80. 532 – Holding the stick<br />A playerwhoholds an opponent’sstick<br /> with hishandsor in anyotherway<br />2min<br />Twostagesignalinvolving the<br /> holding signalfollowedby an<br />indicationyouare holding onto<br /> a stick with twohands in a<br />normal manner<br />
  81. 81. 533 - Hooking<br />A playerwhoimpedesorseeks to impede the<br />progress of an opponentbyhookinghim with<br />hisstick<br />2min<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Injuresanopponent:<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />A tuggingmotion with botharms as<br />ifpullingsomethingfrom in fronttoward the stomach<br />
  82. 82. Hooking<br />533 - Hooking<br />
  83. 83. 534 - Interference<br />A playerwhointerferesorimpedes the progress of<br /> an opponentwho is not in possession of the puck<br />Thisruleapplies to anyinterference action<br />such as knocking a stick out of an opponents<br />hands and preventing a playerwholosthis<br />stick to regainpossession<br />A playerwho, bymeans of hisstickorhisbody<br />interferes with orimpedes the progress of the<br />goalkeeperwhile he is in hisgoalcrease<br />2min<br />Crossedarms with closedfistsstationary<br /> in front of the chest<br />
  84. 84. Interference<br />534 - Interference<br />
  85. 85. 536 - Kneeing<br />A playerwhouseshisknee to foul an opponent<br />2min<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Injures an opponent:<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Tappingeitherknee with the palm of the hand,<br />whilekeepingbothskates on the ice<br />
  86. 86. Kneeing<br />536 - Kneeing<br />
  87. 87. 537 - Slashing<br />A playerwhoimpedesorseeks to impede the progress<br /> of an opponentbyslashing with hisstick<br />2min<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Injures an opponent:<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />A choppingmotion with the edge of onehand<br />across the oppositeforearm<br />
  88. 88. Slashing<br />537 - Slashing<br />
  89. 89. 538 - Spearing<br />Spearing is the action of stabbing an opponent<br /> with the point of the stickblade, whetherornot<br /> the stick is beingcarried with oneorbothhands<br />2+2+10min (attempt)<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Injures an opponent:<br />MP<br />Jabbingmotion with bothhandsthrusting out<br />immediately in front of the body and thenhands<br />lowered to the side of the body<br />
  90. 90. Spearing<br />538 - Spearing<br />
  91. 91. 539 - Tripping<br />A playerwhoshallplacehisstick, leg, foot, arm,<br />handorelbow in such manner thatitshallcause<br />hisopponent to triporfall<br />2min<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Injures an opponent:<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Strikingleg with a movingfollowthroughmotion<br /> with eitherhandbelow the kneekeepingboth<br />skates on the ice<br />
  92. 92. Tripping<br />539 - Tripping<br />
  93. 93. 540 – Checking to the head and neckarea<br />A playerwhodirects a checkorblow, with anypart<br /> of hisbodyorequipment to the head and neckarea<br /> of and opposingplayeror ”drives” or ”forces” the<br />head of an opposingplayer into the protectiveglass<br /> on boards<br />-> As a guideline, where the majorforce of the blow<br /> is initially to the bodyarea and then ”slides” up<br /> to the headarea, this is notclassified as <br /> ”checking to the head”<br />2+10min<br />5min+GM<br />MP<br />Injures an opponent:<br />MP<br />The side movement of the open palm of the hand<br />towards the side of the head<br />
  94. 94. http://www.hockeycentre.org/inEnglish/Officials/CheckingtotheHead/tabid/591/language/en-US/Default.aspx<br />540 – Checking to the head and neckarea<br />
  95. 95. 541 – Body-checking<br />If a playermakes a directbody-check<br />The spirit of thisrule is to minimize the potential<br /> for injurythroughphysicalcontact. Thusanyovert<br />orintentionalcontactthat is designed to apply<br />physicalforce to an opposingplayer (withouttrying<br /> to get the puck) shallbepenalizedunderthisrule.<br />Accidentalcontactthatoccursduring the normal<br />course of playing the puckshallnotbepenalized<br />underthisrule<br />Playersareallowed to lean on eachother and produce<br />body-contact, whiletheyareattempting to gainpossesion<br /> of the puckalong the boards. Suchactionsshallbelegal<br />provided the action stays at the level of ”contact” and does<br />notescalate to the level of ”checking”<br />2min<br />5+GM<br />The palm of the non-whistlehand is broughtacross the body<br /> and placed on the oppositeshoulder<br />
  96. 96. 2min<br />Indicate with sixfingers<br /> (onehand open) in<br />front of the chest<br />573 – Too manyplayers on the ice<br />
  97. 97. Time out<br />
  98. 98. Attackingplayer in the goalcrease<br />
  99. 99. 554 – Delaying the game<br />Whenanyplayerorgoalkeeper, while in defending<br />zone, shoots, throwsorbats the puck with hishand<br />orstickdirectly, (non-deflected) out of the playing<br />area, exceptwherethere is no glass<br />When the puck is shot, thrownorbatted with the<br />handsorstickby a playerorgoalkeeper into the<br />player’sbench (orpenaltybench of there is no<br />protectiveglass), no penaltyshallbeassessed<br />2min <br />
  100. 100. Wash out<br />
  101. 101. Change of playersprocedure<br />
  102. 102. Change of playersprocedureduringstoppage of play<br />The Referee shallallow the visitingteamfiveseconds to maketheirchanges<br />After the fiveseconds, the Referee shallraisehisarm to indicatethat the visitingteamshall no longermake a playerchange<br />With the armstillup, the Referee shallallow the home teamfiveseconds to maketheirplayerchanges<br />After the fiveseconds, the Referee dropshisarm to indicatethat the home teamshall no longermake a playerchange<br />As soon as the Referee dropshisarm, the Referee conducting the faceoffshallblow the whistle, whichsignalsbothteamsthattheyshallhave no morethanfiveseconds to line-up for the face-off<br />The Referee conducting the faceoffshalldrop the puckduringthesefivesecondsorremoves the playertaking the face-off<br />DON’T LET TEAMS DECIDE HOW MUCH TIME THEY CAN <br /> USE FOR CHANGING PLAYERS!!!<br />
  103. 103. Face-offsaftergoalorpenalty<br /> ->Use ”gamesense” with the changingprocedure<br />Ifeitherteam is delaying the playerschangingprocedure on purpose:<br /> -> issue a warning to the coach<br /> -> anysubsequentinfraction, a BenchMinorpenalty<br />Following a stoppage of play for an icing infraction, the offendingteam is prohibitedfrommakinganyplayerchangeuntil play hasresumed<br />Change of playersprocedureduringstoppage of play<br />
  104. 104. Highsticking the puck & Passing the puck with hands<br />
  105. 105. Highsticking the puck<br />Stoppingorbatting the puck with the stickabove the height of the shoulders is prohited<br />The Referee shallmake an initialHighStickingsignalindicating a violation<br />The play shallbestopped, unless:<br /> - The puck is batted to an opponent (wash-outsignal)<br /> - A player of the defendingteambats the puck in hisowngoal<br /> -> goal is allowed<br />In othercases the Referee shall stop the game and repeat the signal<br />If the puckhasbeenhighstickedby an attackingplayer in hisAttackingZone the face-offshalltakeplace at the nearestspot in the NeutralZone<br />If the puckhasbeenhighstickedby a player in hisDefendingZoneor in the Neutralzone, the face-offshalltakeplace at the nearestDefendingZoneface-offspot<br />
  106. 106. A playershallbepermitted to stop orbat the puck in the air with the open handorpushitalong the ice with hishand and the play shallnotbestopped:<br />UNLESS:<br /> - In the opinion of the Referee, the playerhasdeliberatelydirected the<br />puck to a team-mateorhasallowedhisteam to gain an advantage and<br />subsequentlypossession and control of the puck is obtainedby a player<br /> of the offendingteam, eitherdirectlyordeflectedoffanyplayeror<br />official<br />A playershallbepermitted to catch the puck out of the air butmust<br />immediatelyplaceitorknockitdown to the ice. If he catchesit and skate<br /> with it, either to avoid a checkor to gain a territorialadvantageoverhis<br />opponent he shallbeassessed a:<br />-Minorpenalty 2min<br />If the puck is passed with the handfrom a defendingplayer in the Defendingzone and histeammateobtainspossession of the puck in hisDefendingZone, the Referee shallnot stop the play!<br />Handpassing<br />
  107. 107. Anykind of questions, donthesitate for asking<br />Remember, thereare no stupidquestions<br />Questions?<br />

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