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  • 1. INTRAMURAL SPORTS Roller Hockey Manager’s Meeting
  • 2.
    • General Rules
    • 4 players on the court maximum
      • Including a goalie
    • Minimum number of players to avoid a forfeit is 4
    • Games will consist of 3 periods, each 12 minutes long
      • There will be 1 minute between periods
    • Mercy Rule:
      • a team leading by 7 goals in the 3 rd period will automatically win
    MANAGER'S MEETING
  • 3.
    • Building Rules
    • Absolutely no Skating through the Marino Center Lobby or Hallways
      • Take off skates before leaving the sport court.
    • No cell phones allowed upstairs
    • No bags of any kind allowed upstairs
    • No grabbing the basketball rims
      • Offenders will be ejected from the facility
    MANAGER'S MEETING
  • 4.
    • Required Player Equipment
    • All players must wear a helmet with a full face shield.
      • Players must bring their own.
    • Players must bring their own hockey stick.
    • Players must have hockey shin guards, elbow pads, in-line skates and gloves
    • In-line skates will be without a brake or any brake assembly.
    MANAGER'S MEETING
  • 5.
    • Required Player Equipment
    MANAGER'S MEETING
  • 6.
    • Required Goalie Equipment
    • Goalie equipment will not be provided by the Campus Rec department.
    • Goalies may not switch during a period.
    • Goalies may not cross center court.
    • Offensive players may not enter the crease unless the ball is already in that area of play.
    • Goalies may stop play by covering the puck. Goalies are only permitted to cover the puck in the area between the near face-off and the back wall behind the goalie.
    MANAGER'S MEETING
  • 7.
    • Required Goalie Equipment
    MANAGER'S MEETING
  • 8.
    • Unsportsmanlike Penalties
    • Players receiving any combination of 3 penalties (except high sticking) will be ejected from the game and the facility.
    • Major penalties, misconduct penalties and game misconduct penalties
    • will all result in the player’s ejection.
    • Penalties from the bench will be assessed to the team’s captain.
    • This is a NON – CHECKING league. There is to be no intentional contact
    • between the players.
    MANAGER'S MEETING
  • 9.
    • Unsportsmanlike Penalties
    • Sticks cannot be lifted above the crossbar at any time.
      • Goal keepers may not lift there sticks above the crossbar.
    • A stick check that results in a high stick will result in a penalty against the
    • player committing the stick check.
    • Broken sticks must be dropped on the spot immediately
    • A team accumulating 6 minor penalties during one game will
    • automatically lose the contest as a forfeit.
      • This does not include non-contact penalties like High Sticking
    MANAGER'S MEETING
  • 10.
    • Slashing & Hooking
    • Slashing
      • Players must attempt to play the ball with their stick
      • Any player using their stick to slash an opponent’s body or stick will be assessed a slashing penalty.
    • Hooking
      • Players may not hook or attempt to hook an opposing player with their stick.
    MANAGER'S MEETING
  • 11.
    • Roughing and Checking
    • Roller Hockey is strictly a NON – CONTACT sport
      • Players cannot intentionally make contact with opposing players
    • Intentionally contacting an opposing player will result in a minor, major
    • or game misconduct penalty.
      • The severity of the penalty will be at the judgment of the official
    MANAGER'S MEETING
  • 12.
    • Holding, Tripping & Interference
    • Players may not impede an opponent from progressing in play. Players
    • using their hands or sticks to hold a player will be assessed a penalty
    • Interference will be called when a player obstructs an opponent’s
    • movement that does not have possession or control of the ball.
    • Players using their body or stick to trip an opponent will be assessed a
    • tripping penalty.
    MANAGER'S MEETING
  • 13.
    • Player Behavior and Bench Decorum
    • Only captains may confer with the official at any point during competition, however, neither they, nor any other player is permitted to question a judgement call.
    • Any players taunting or arguing from the bench area will also be subject to penalization.
    • Any player leaving the bench to protest or otherwise dissent against an official's decision shall be immediately ejected from the competition and the facility.
    MANAGER'S MEETING
  • 14.
    • Quiz
    • Now please complete the quiz below.
    MANAGER'S MEETING