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Referee Position: 3 Official System Presentation Designed by Illinois Hockey Officials Association.

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1 Referee Position: 3 Official System Presentation Designed by Illinois Hockey Officials Association

2 Importance of Being in Proper Stance Fundamental building block Field of vision –Enables official to see as much action as possible Provides official with safe viewing areas Keeps official out of the way Officials No Mans Land –Area that officials must stay out of during play

3 Field of Vision

4 No Mans Land

5 Starting The Game Center ice face-offs –Beginning of game: Face the timekeeper –Conduct face-off –Back toward side boards keeping play in field of vision

6 Timekeeper

7 Positioning : Following Play Play moves from Neutral Zone to End Zone –Follow play feet behind –Stay along boards (5-10 feet) when play is on own side of rink –Move only when path is clear

8 Play ft.

9 Positioning : Following Play (continued) Play in Neutral Zone ( transitional play ) –Skate slowly until play takes a definite direction –Stop and observe play whenever possible –Use a wide open field of vision to read play Play reverses direction –Stop along boards and allow play to pass –Follow at the recommended distance

10 Play

11 Positioning in the End Zone and on the Goal Line Skate into End Zone –Skate hard into end zone –No coasting keep feet moving –Get to the goal line quickly, but only when path is clear –Never cut through face-off spot

12 Play

13 Positioning in the End Zone and on the Goal Line Proper use of home base –Easy to move toward goal when shot on goal –Easy to move back back to corner when play moves to the referees side Following play out of the zone –Maintain proper distance –Wait on goal line until the play definitely leaves the zone

14 Play

15 Positioning During Face-Offs Neutral Zone face-offs –Closer to the nearest goal, opposite side of ice –Out 15 feet from boards –30 degree angle End Zone face-offs –On goal line opposite side of ice –At home base –Ready position After Goals –Face players benches

16 Neutral Zone Face-off Face-Off

17 End Zone Face-off Face-Off

18 After a Goal Benches

19 Post Game Position At the buzzer –Attend to any potential altercation or dispute immediately –Attention then focuses on the players benches for players leaving During hand shake line –In referees crease facing all players

20 Benches Post Game x x x o o o x x o o

21 Hand Shake xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo


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