Presentation on theme: "3-Man Pre-Game Faceoff Lead Has whistle on restart for a violation Discuss Leapfrog or not Watches shooter and passer until takes over goal from single."— Presentation transcript:
3-Man Pre-Game Faceoff Lead Has whistle on restart for a violation Discuss Leapfrog or not Watches shooter and passer until takes over goal from single side Single Side Head to goal immediately and cover goal for Lead Has 20-second and 10-second counts Watch Restraining line violations Bench Head to goal immediately Watch Restraining line violations Single Side Positioning Break to midfield on a transition. Stay at midfield about 2 seconds after ball crosses. Position 5 yards in front of GLE. Move in and out as Lead gets pushed out Move to GLE if Lead has to move off Responsibilities Watches the shooter and passer for late hits. Has all 20-second and 10-second counts Is primary for offsides. Watch feet of shooter for crease violation if moving towards you, Watch shooters back for push if moving away. Trail Positioning Sweep substitution box. Keep it clean. Is secondary for offsides. Count players forward. Position at top of box about 31 yard line. Get to midfield on a slow roller towards center Responsibilities Has 4 second Goalie count on turnover Has whistle on alley restart if ball is above GLE Watch subs Lead Positioning GLE, move in and out with ball Move off of GLE if contested near endline Chase shots to endline Responsibilities Has whistle on alley restart if ball is below GLE Has whistle for entire endline Watch feet of shooter for crease violation if moving towards you, Watch shooters back for push if moving away. General: Address who counts which team Decide when to do stick checks, who gets whom Decide how to communicate on stalling Who has whistle on Single Side out of bounds. Communicate penalties to partners. Know the time on the game clock: Before a quarter starts – should read 12:00 Once a quarter starts – it should start on the whistle On time-outs – it should stop when whistle blows On penalties – announce what time penalty will release 5/17/2014
2 Reminders Hustle to get into the correct position and make the right calls. If a coach asks a question and you cannot stop to talk, let him know that youll be back and will speak with him when you have the chance. When you do engage the coach, listen first and then explain your call. If a coach is just commenting out loud, you may not need to respond. Use the 5-step ladder with coaches: Provide a verbal warning. Conduct, a technical foul, to take the ball away. Conduct, a 30 sec. technical foul, time serving. Unsportsmanlike Conduct (USC), 1 min., non-releasable. Second USC, 1+ min., non-releasable, coach ejected. Skip steps only when justified should flagrant misconduct occur. Remember SAO: Safety, Advantage/Disadvantage, and the Obvious. Do not create trouble for yourself or be too good of a referee; you are there to officiate the game, not to find penalties. Grant the timeout if the player had possession when timeout was called, even if it quickly comes loose. Count the field so neither team starts a man up or down by accident. If you point the wrong way or call the wrong color for possession, notify all of the correct call and give them time to get the right personnel on the field. Get the call right by talking with your partner. It may look sloppy to change an improper call, but it is always better to get it right. As always... review the rule book, scan the officiating forums, and consult with peers and mentors on any questions
4 Terminology Three officials: Referee (R) Umpire (U) Field Judge (FJ) During play: Lead (L) Single (S) Trail (T) During a face-off: Face-off (F) Bench-side (B) Single (S)
5 UFJ X X XO R X X X O U FJ Speaking captains Umpire takes 5 steps toward X before Field Judge starts walking Home team faces the bench Coin toss
6 R U FJ F Bench S Teams with left shoulders facing goal theyll defend XXXXXXXXXG GOOOOOOOOO Goalies on the end of the line R should keep comments brief Line up
7 Pre-faceoff Bench and Single give not ready signal Bench ensures clock set, table ready, sub area clear before start of each period When ready, Single points toward goal he will cover After point from Single and when Bench is ready, Bench points toward goal he will cover After point from Bench, Face-off official starts face-off (Face-off official need not look at Single) Positions rotate clockwise to start each period The Referee takes all face-offs in overtime
8 Face-off mechanics For the opening face-off of period: Bench lines up on bench-side wing line right of midfield Single lines up on the far-side wing line left of midfield Face-off lines up on the same side of the field as Single For other face-offs, Face-off official goes right if the goal was scored on the right and vice versa On the whistle, both Bench and Single take several steps toward their goals. Watch wing violation, face-off players, and restraining line If the ball moves toward Face-off officials goal, Single must cover that goal until he is verbally called off or until there is a turnover. Face-off official watches shooter & passer until he takes over goal. Single has 10 or 20 second count.
9 F B XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XO O X X O O X S Possession! T Whistle L T S Trail watches subs F Stays close to ball (maintain good angle) until possession Face-off (ball away)
10 F B XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO X O O X X O O X S Possession! S L Ive got it! T S T S covers goal until L calls him off L Whistle F Stays close to ball (maintain good angle) until possession Face-Off (ball toward)
11 Face-off violations Multiple whistles, Face-off official signals violation quickly New Lead heads for Goal Line Extended (GLE); Single may need to cover New Trail gets player to position, starts play quickly, then sweeps sub area Middies may sub during ensuing dead ball, but attack and defense are not released if foul is technical.
12 Goal scored Lead runs to crease, signals goal for 2–3 seconds, watches defense, gets ball Single signals goal only if Lead doesnt see it Single watches for late hits/post-goal issues, moves into attack area, watches offense Trail also watches for late hits and monitors the both teams and the benches Lead gives ball to Single, then goes to the far side to become Single (not to the left as in two-man) Single becomes Face-off official, goes to the midline and does not step over; Face-off official holds up ball, puts it down, and stands over it until ready for face Trail becomes Bench, stays on same side of field, and clicks timer when Face-off official has ball at midfield.
13 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XO X O O X L S T Exchange B F S B starts timer If far from the goal when goal is scored, signal first, then run to the crease Goal scoredright side
14 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO X O X O O X B Exchange L S T F S B starts timer Goal scoredleft Side
15 Transition If defense gains or is awarded possession: Lead Trail Trail Lead Single Single Trail stays with ball, has 4 second count Lead has quick offside on loose ball but must beat ball to goal Single gets to cone, has 20-second count, 10-second count, and primary offside; may need to hustle to help on quick offside to release Lead Trail has 4-second count, subs, secondary offside, then jogs into play
16 20-second timer mechanics Single has 20-second timer Trail has 4 second count, if any Trail and Single give reset signal Do a hand count for 4-second count Trail stays with the ball during clear When restarting count (play-on, double change of possession), give reset signal
17 Trail sweeping sub area Trail stops at the first cone and watches subs in transition When contested subs are completed, Trail sweeps the box and jogs into the play Trail should take a position 5 yards above and 5 yards in from the corner of the attack area
18 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XOX O O X L S OXOX Goalie makes save Check for quick offside, fast or slow break T S T T New T has 4- count S checks to see if its a fast or slow break. Has 20-count Watch for offside, start 10- count L S Transitionfast break
19 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XO X O O X L S OXOX Goalie makes save New L checks: slow break… T S T New T has 4- count S checks: slow break, so no hurry. Has 20-count L … so watch subs… L … then get to the goal when play requires T Watch for offside, start 10- count S Transitionslow break
20 Trail responsibilities Trail verbally notifies Lead upon arrival in play Trail should keep a wide view and watch for late hits and away-from-the-ball fouls except when Trail is on Once in the play, the Trail has count except when the ball comes out in Singles alley Trail will call Leads sideline, but Lead needs to stay on the GLE and keep play in front, even if Lead has to go to the sideline for the restart
21 XO XOXOXO XOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XO X O O X L T T yoyos to midfield and back as ball becomes loose or goes back into possession L yoyos in and out along GLE Ts main responsibility is the goal at the other end. S S yoyos in and out 5 yards above GLE Settled situations I
22 XO XOXOXO XOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XO X O O X L T S L should never get trapped inside the play or pushed off the GLE if play is above GLE! O X L NO! L YES! L NO! Settled situations II
23 XO XOXOXO XOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XO X O O X L T S S should never get trapped inside the play or pushed off Ss line unless the L is behind the goal O X S NO! S YES! S NO! If they pass the ball, you shouldnt need to turn your back to the goal Settled situations III
24 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO X O XO O X L OXOX On a contested end-line play or a shot, the L must move off the GLE End line coverage T S In this situation, S covers the GLE until L gets back S can cover the GLE because T has the other goal T may need to move into box to help with calls above crease Positioning the lead on the end line and the single on the goal line is a good mechanic to use during the last 2 minutes of the game.
25 On and off officials The on official watches the ball and calls most fouls there (e.g., push, hold, slash, trip, illegal body check) The off official watches everything else (e.g., crease, interference, illegal screen) When player is in transition from one zone to another, whoever the player is moving toward is the on official.
27 L S S is on when ball is in the blue area L is on when ball is in yellow area On/off before Trail is in play T T is watching subs and has the quick offside call and the left goal
28 L S S is on and has count when ball is in blue area L is on but T has count & sideline in green area On/off after Trail is in play T T is on official and has count when the ball is in orange area L is on when ball is in yellow area T can make on calls in gray area
29 S L is on when ball is in yellow area L S is on when ball is in the blue area T Who watches what before Trail is in play
30 S L S is on when ball is in the blue area L is on when ball is in yellow area T Who watches what before Trail is in play
31 S L S is on when ball is in the blue area L is on when ball is in yellow area T Who watches what before Trail is in play
32 S L S is on when ball is in the blue area L is on when ball is in yellow area T Who watches what before Trail is in play
33 S L S is on when ball is in the blue area L is on when ball is in yellow area T Who watches what before Trail is in play
34 S L is on when ball is in yellow area L T T can make on calls in gray area L is on but T has sideline in green area S is on when ball is in the blue area T is on official when the ball is in orange area Who watches what after Trail is in play
35 S L T T is on official when the ball is in orange area L is on but T has sideline in green area T can make on calls in gray area S is on when ball is in the blue area L is on when ball is in yellow area Who watches what after Trail is in play
36 S L is on when ball is in yellow area L T L is on but T has sideline in green area T can make on calls in gray area S is on when ball is in the blue area T is on official when the ball is in orange area Who watches what after Trail is in play
37 S is on when ball is in the blue area S L is on when ball is in yellow area L T L is on but T has sideline in green area T can make on calls in gray area T is on official when the ball is in orange area Who watches what after Trail is in play
38 S is on when ball is in the blue area S L is on when ball is in yellow area L T L is on but T has sideline in green area T can make on calls in gray area T is on official when the ball is in orange area Who watches what after Trail is in play
39 Counts Single always has the 20-second and first count across midfield Until Trail is in the play, Single has the count unless the ball comes out in Leads alley Once the Trail is in the play, he has the count unless the ball comes out in the Singles alley If you do not have the count and the ball goes into the box in your alley, hand up for 2–3 seconds, then point into box Switch arms if one count ends and a new count begins Use reset signal (twirl finger in the circle overhead) to indicate new count on changes of possession or after a play-on Trail has the 4 second goalie count
40 Restarts The on official usually has the restart When the ball is in Leads alley and Trail is in the play, Lead has restart if GLE or below, Trail has restart if above GLE. Make eye-contact before restart before face-offs and after penalties, timeouts, and out of bounds. Quick restart on end line out-of-bounds and change-of- possession technical fouls
41 End line out of bounds Lead covers all contested plays behind the goal; Single covers goal until Lead returns Lead must chase shots to the end line and has all end line out- of-bounds calls Play can start inside the attack area for an end line out of bounds if there are no fouls. Whistle simultaneously with dead-ball signal For a player stepping out on the end line, point to the end line with a sweeping gesture Point direction of play; dont point across body Lead must get back to GLE before restarting play unless there is a contested play on the end line Give Goalie 5 seconds to return Start a 5 second count if no player picks up the ball
42 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XO O X L OXOX End line offensive restartfar side T S If ball is in Ss alley, S has whistle and count (remember goalie 5- count) O Ball X L has the goal T If there are special subs, T opens up to let subs go in front, then closes in behind the subs If ball is double-teamed on end line, T moves into the attack area
43 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XO O X L OXOX End line offensive restartbench side T S S covers goal until L is in position O Ball X L has whistle and follows ball to goal T has subs and count Restart is the same if the ball is on end line inside the attack area
44 Sideline out of bounds Lead has bench sideline until Trail is in the play; Single always has far sideline Trail official starts timer and keeps arms up For 3–5 seconds, or Until teams are done subbing or timer goes off.
45 XOXOXOXOXOXO XO X O X T O X S For a sideline OOB, T has timer and subs O S points when ball is on field ready to restart. Has 20- second count T has the restart and stays behind the ball L L has dead-ball subs on the fly… L … then covers goal on restart Ball OX OX OX End line/sideline defensive restart
46 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XO X O X T OXOX S OS has the restart L L has dead-ball subs on the fly… L … then covers goal on restart Ball T stay behind ball T Sideline midfield restart
47 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XO X O O X L OXOX T S whistles ball out S Ball T has timer,, subs, and count after restart T and S communicate on restart Sideline out of bounds
48 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XO X O O X L OXOX T S Ball If T is in the play, T covers sideline and whistles it out L must be sure T is in the play before giving up the call If L must give up goal, S moves to the GLE Bench-side alley out of bounds
49 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XO X O X O L OXOX T S Ball L restarts play if GLE or below. T restarts if above GLE S covers goal until L is in position L follows ball in to goal T moves back to position on restart Bench-side alley restart
50 OOB on end line (shot, pass, step, or deflection) with no play-on or flag-down: ball restarts at the spot... the ball moves laterally outside the attack area X A stoppage in the midfield area or alley restarts at the spot: do not move to the corner! X Any other stoppage in the attack area... X X X A timeserving penalty in the def. end results in a free clear Simul. fouls with both teams serving time: no free clear, but ball moves out of the box X X Move restart in 5 yards from near sub area Restart Location
51 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XOX O O X L T L repeats Flag down! O X S Throw flag high into air, yell Flag down! T repeats Flag down!; T gives up the other goal and moves to corner Flag down
52 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XOX O O X L T Signal trail… …who relays to table O X S L and S get field ready for play, inform goalie of situation This is a settled situation: T need not watch subs since there were regular subs after the penalty Signaling penalties Flag by Lead or Single
53 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO XOX O O X L T …then signal table O X S Briefly signal partners… This is a settled situation: T need not watch subs since there were regular subs after the penalty Signaling penalties Flag by Trail
54 XOXXOXOXXO O XO X O O X T L OXOX S Ball gets moved over midfield O Team X is clearing and is fouled XOXXOXOXXO T whistles in play T S L T T reports penalty T throws flag forward, blows whistle when appropriate This is a settled situation: T need not watch subs since there were regular subs after the penalty S has count Free clear (time served)
55 XOXOXOXOXOXO XOXOXOXOXOXO X O X O O X L T X Whistle & count Goalie interference S S Ball gets moved over midfield L S L T T must watch subs since there were no regular subs allowed Its faster for S to restart so you dont need to wait for T to get to midfield O Free clear (no time served)
56 Live-ball vs. dead ball fouls (on opposing teams) For live-ball, live ball, you have simultaneous fouls and no free clear (Live-ball, live-ball, leave it) For live-ball, dead ball, enforce in the order they occurred and award a free clear (Live ball, dead ball, dead center) In both cases, common penalty time is non-releasable.
57 XOXOXXOXOX XOXOXOXOXOXO X O X O O X L T O Time out! S Watch teams cross… …then meet at midfield Timeouts