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1 Level 1 and 2 -Clinic Booklet Power Point

2 Workbook Section 1 Introduction to Officiating Read all of Section #1 Pages 3 and 4 Complete Quiz 1.3 Page 6

3 Workbook – Section 2 Getting Started Read Sections2.1 and 2.2 Before the Game Starts and Risk Management Before the Game Starts and Risk Management Complete the Quiz 2.2 Page 8

4 Fair Play Initiative 2.3 Page 9 Read the Referees procedure for Start of Game Complete Quiz 2.3 Page 9

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6 Workbook - Section 3: IcingsOff-sides Off-side Passes Off-side Passes

7 DA N Defending, Neutral, Attacking Zones – Section 3.1 (Page 10)

8 Complete Quiz 3.1 Page 10

9 Icing The Puck Section 3.2 & 3.3 Page: 11,12,13 Rule or Criteria 1. Is the team Shooting the Puck ABOVE THE NUMERICAL STRENGTH or EQUAL IN STRENGTH 2. Team shoots the puck from their own half of the ice 3. Puck goes over the goal line without it being touched by anyone on on the ice.

10 Icing Procedure : Front and Back Linesman (Page 12) Back Linesman 1. Raise arm for potential icing 2. Skate towards your partners blue line in case they have to cover 3. Wait for partner to call the icing. You point to face off location 4. Skate backwards to your face location 5. Wait at the face off location for the partner to deliver the puck Teamwork is Critical Teamwork is Critical

11 Icing Procedure : Front and Back Linesman Front Linesmen 1. Follow the puck deep into the end zone 2. Check with partner to confirm that the icing is still on 3. Either – Blow whistle and then raise arm OR wave the icing off 4. If icing, retrieve the puck and deliver it to your partner COMPLETE QUIZ 3.3 – PAGE 12 AND 13

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13 Off-Side Section 3.4 Page: 13 Rule or Criteria 1. The attacking player precedes the puck into the attacking zone 2. The attacking player has both skates over the blue line prior to the puck crossing over it. to the puck crossing over it. When the puck is passed to a teammate who is offside in the attacking zone. The Linesman will: attacking zone. The Linesman will: 1. Blow the whistle 2. Point to the face off location

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15 Delayed Off-Side Section 3.5 Page 13,14,15 Rule or Criteria 1. The attacking player precedes the puck into the attacking zone 2. The defending team get possession of the puck or is able to play the puck the puck 1. The linesman will: A. Raise their non-whistle hand above their head.

16 Delayed Off-Side Continued The linesman will lower their arm to nullify the face-off violation if: 1.The defending player passes or carries the puck into the neutral zone. the neutral zone. 2. All the attacking players in the attacking zone clear the attacking zone by making contact with the blue line. attacking zone by making contact with the blue line. Note: The attacking zone must be completely free of all attacking players before the off-side can be nullified.

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19 Section 4: Procedures and Positioning Page 18 to 34

20 Section #4: Face-Offs Officials Stance Feet shoulder width apart Feet shoulder width apart Free hand at side Free hand at side Knees slightly bent Knees slightly bent Feet are one foot from face-off dot Feet are one foot from face-off dot Puck held belt high and in close to body Puck held belt high and in close to body Common Faults Feet to close or to far apart Feet to close or to far apart Poor mobility Poor mobility Knees not flexed,not square to dot Knees not flexed,not square to dot Feet to close to dot Feet to close to dot Bent over Bent over Telegraphed drop Telegraphed drop

21 Centers Feet clear of face-off restraining lines Feet clear of face-off restraining lines Visiting team sets up first Visiting team sets up first Toe of stick touching ice in designated area Toe of stick touching ice in designated area Stick not moving Stick not moving Other Players Feet outside circle Feet outside circle Body and stick onside Body and stick onside Sticks back of hash marks, but may be inside circle Sticks back of hash marks, but may be inside circle

22 EncroachmentResponsibilities Front Official Initial shoulder check Initial shoulder check Centers and players in front Centers and players in front Back Official After front official has After front official has completed the shoulder check completed the shoulder check Players behind partner Players behind partner dropping the puck. dropping the puck. Violation Procedures Front Official Verbally eject the center Verbally eject the center Hand signal to indicate Hand signal to indicate violating team. violating team. Communicate what the Communicate what the violation was violation was Back Official Blow whistle Blow whistle Hand signal to indicate Hand signal to indicate violating team. violating team. Hold position, do not Hold position, do not approach approach

23 Puck Drop – Common Faults Beginning to exit while dropping the puck Beginning to exit while dropping the puck Up and Overhand motion Up and Overhand motion Face-Off Exit Pause, look for clear route, back away to boards Pause, look for clear route, back away to boards Move quickly back to Blue line along the boards Move quickly back to Blue line along the boards Keep the puck in sight, skate backwards if it is safe Keep the puck in sight, skate backwards if it is safe Release your partner from your blue line with Release your partner from your blue line with a head nod a head nod

24 Complete The Quiz 4.1 Page 19 Correct the quiz Correct the quiz

25 End Zone Positioning Section 4.2 Page 20 & 21 In end zone positioning we use what is called the PISTON SYSTEM Piston System = 3 Positions and 2 Maneuvers HOME BASE: 6 to 8 inches or 15/20 cm from boards halfway between the hash marks and goal line. between the hash marks and goal line. HALF PISTON: A Position between HOME BASE and the nearest goal post, usually in line with the nearest goal post, usually in line with the goalpost. goalpost. AT THE NET: Anywhere you have the best view of the puck and goal line. (Not behind/front of the net) goal line. (Not behind/front of the net)

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27 The Bump: Used at HOME BASE when the play comes at the referee. You can bump comes at the referee. You can bump up or down, but no further than the hash up or down, but no further than the hash marks or goal-line. marks or goal-line. The Pivot: When you have no room left for the BUMP. Stride out from the boards and towards Stride out from the boards and towards the play. Allow players to go behind you. the play. Allow players to go behind you. Then skate backwards to boards and then Then skate backwards to boards and then home base. home base.

28 If the play is in the End Zone, on the same side of ice as the referee. Then the referee should be at … Home Base If the play is in the end zone and on the opposite side Of the ice as the referee. Then then referee should be at … Half Piston Puck is near the goal. You should be… At the net Play moves to the same side that you are on. You should … Move quickly back to home base The referee should never enter an area called … No Mans Land

29 Complete Quiz 4.2 Page 21 Answer the Quiz - Class Answer the Quiz - Class

30 Section 4.3 The Two Official System Page 22, 23, 24,25 Two Official System - Referee Ice is divided in half by the Red Line. Each referee will take Ice is divided in half by the Red Line. Each referee will take face-offs in each half of the ice face-offs in each half of the ice Whenever a referee takes a face off, the other referee will Whenever a referee takes a face off, the other referee will retrieve the puck for the them. They will then cover the retrieve the puck for the them. They will then cover the blue line. blue line. Note: The division of the ice is for face-off procedures only. Penalties can be assessed by either referee anywhere Penalties can be assessed by either referee anywhere on the ice. on the ice.

31 General Guidelines Each referee covers two thirds of the total ice surface. This Each referee covers two thirds of the total ice surface. This coverage overlaps in the Neutral Zone. coverage overlaps in the Neutral Zone. Try to never let the the puck pass you in the Neutral Zone and Try to never let the the puck pass you in the Neutral Zone and be closer to the blue line that you are. be closer to the blue line that you are. Official should be at or just inside, their blue line prior Official should be at or just inside, their blue line prior to the puck and players. to the puck and players. As a front official, you must be at the center red line as the As a front official, you must be at the center red line as the puck approaches in order to call a potential off-side pass or puck approaches in order to call a potential off-side pass or icing. icing. When you are the back official, watch for fouls in front of the net When you are the back official, watch for fouls in front of the net Your partner may be focused elsewhere. Your partner may be focused elsewhere. 2 official system

32 Positioning While the Play is in Progress At start of game or any center ice face off, the two officials At start of game or any center ice face off, the two officials should be positioned along the center red line. should be positioned along the center red line. Official at center ice, taking the face off should face the penalty Official at center ice, taking the face off should face the penalty bench so that the timekeeper can start the clock when the puck bench so that the timekeeper can start the clock when the puck is dropped. is dropped. When the puck is dropped, official not dropping it, must go When the puck is dropped, official not dropping it, must go with the play. Either left of right. with the play. Either left of right. The official dropping the puck skates backwards to the boards The official dropping the puck skates backwards to the boards Front official follows the play, and starts end zone positioning. Front official follows the play, and starts end zone positioning. Back official moves up to a position, one stride outside the Back official moves up to a position, one stride outside the blue line blue line 2 official system

33 The back official will watch for the following: The back official will watch for the following: a)The play in the entire zone b)For any off-sides at the blue line c)The play that is away from the puck Remember, both officials should never be on the same side Remember, both officials should never be on the same side of the ice. of the ice. When the puck is in the neutral zone, both officials should be When the puck is in the neutral zone, both officials should be at their respective blue lines in order to call any offside. at their respective blue lines in order to call any offside. Officials are generally in a diagonal opposite position relative Officials are generally in a diagonal opposite position relative to one another. No further than one line apart. to one another. No further than one line apart. 2 official system

34 Positioning For Face Offs All face offs will take place at either one of the face off dots All face offs will take place at either one of the face off dots or on a parallel line to the side boards from one face off dot or on a parallel line to the side boards from one face off dot to the other face off dot. to the other face off dot. All face offs will be taken by the official in their end of the ice. All face offs will be taken by the official in their end of the ice. regardless to what side of the ice they were on. regardless to what side of the ice they were on. Center ice face offs – Both officials face each other along Center ice face offs – Both officials face each other along the center Red Line the center Red Line Neutral zone face offs – Officials face each other – Official Neutral zone face offs – Officials face each other – Official not dropping the puck will go with the play. not dropping the puck will go with the play. End Zone Face Offs – Official in Zone will move to Home Base End Zone Face Offs – Official in Zone will move to Home Base as play dictates. Partner will be positioned outside the Blue Line as play dictates. Partner will be positioned outside the Blue Line 2 official system

35 When play moves from end zone to neutral zone – front official When play moves from end zone to neutral zone – front official will move to a position to make an offside call at the blue line. will move to a position to make an offside call at the blue line. Partner (back man) will hold the line for the front official. Partner (back man) will hold the line for the front official. Face Off Zone Changes Puck dropped at center ice – official not dropping the puck Puck dropped at center ice – official not dropping the puck will follow the play (left/right). will follow the play (left/right). Officials will maintain their responsibilities for face offs and Officials will maintain their responsibilities for face offs and positioning until one of these things happen: positioning until one of these things happen: A goal is scored A goal is scored A penalty is assessed A penalty is assessed The start of the next period The start of the next period After a Neutral Zone Face Off After a Neutral Zone Face Off At which time they may or may not change ends 2 official system

36 When A Goal Is Scored When a goal is scored, the front official will signal the goal and When a goal is scored, the front official will signal the goal and report it to the scorekeeper. The other official will get the puck report it to the scorekeeper. The other official will get the puck and conduct the center ice face off. Positioning and procedures and conduct the center ice face off. Positioning and procedures are now the same as the start of the game. are now the same as the start of the game. When A Penalty Is Assessed 2 official system When a penalty is assessed, the official will assess a penalty and When a penalty is assessed, the official will assess a penalty and report it to the scorekeeper. The other official will get the puck report it to the scorekeeper. The other official will get the puck and go to the face off spot. They will conduct the face off while and go to the face off spot. They will conduct the face off while the other referee will assume the position outside the blue line the other referee will assume the position outside the blue line (end zone) or opposite their partner (neutral zone). In effect (end zone) or opposite their partner (neutral zone). In effect the officials have changed ends. the officials have changed ends. If the back official assesses the penalty, the front official will get If the back official assesses the penalty, the front official will get their own puck and drop it. Officials DO NOT change ends their own puck and drop it. Officials DO NOT change ends

37 Start of Game = End Zone = R R R No Mans Land = R 2 Man System

38 Complete Quiz Official System Page 25 Review Quiz Answers Review Quiz Answers

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40 Three Official System Section 4.4 Page 26, 27, 28 The Referee The referee is the person in charge of the game but it is The referee is the person in charge of the game but it is important that they support and back the linesman if possible important that they support and back the linesman if possible Proper positioning enables the referee to carry out their duties Proper positioning enables the referee to carry out their duties while not interfering with the linesman or the flow of the players while not interfering with the linesman or the flow of the players Proper positioning allows the referee to call penalties and goals. Proper positioning allows the referee to call penalties and goals. They do not call icings, off sides and off side passes. They can stop They do not call icings, off sides and off side passes. They can stop The play if the linesman is blocked out. The play if the linesman is blocked out. The referee should get into a position close to the boards so that The referee should get into a position close to the boards so that they do not interfere with the play. they do not interfere with the play.

41 As play moves on the ice surface, the referee should follow 8 to 10 As play moves on the ice surface, the referee should follow 8 to 10 feet (2.5 – 3.0 m) behind the play, if the play is on the opposite feet (2.5 – 3.0 m) behind the play, if the play is on the opposite side of the ice. side of the ice. If the play is on the same side of the ice, the referee should be 15 If the play is on the same side of the ice, the referee should be 15 to 25 feet (4.5 – 6.0 m) behind it. to 25 feet (4.5 – 6.0 m) behind it. Referee must remember to stay out of NO MANS LAND and Referee must remember to stay out of NO MANS LAND and to utilize end zone positioning when play is in the end zone. to utilize end zone positioning when play is in the end zone. Tips 3 Official System Try to skate in a Figure 8 pattern, rather stopping and starting Try to skate in a Figure 8 pattern, rather stopping and starting Always keep players on the ice and both benches in view when Always keep players on the ice and both benches in view when play is stopped play is stopped

42 3 Official System Three Official System Page 26, 27, 28 The Linesmen The ice surface is divides into two halves, using the center red line The ice surface is divides into two halves, using the center red line Linesmen will select a half of the ice at the start of the game. Linesmen will select a half of the ice at the start of the game. each linesman will conduct face offs in their half of the ice. The each linesman will conduct face offs in their half of the ice. The other linesman will retrieve the puck for them. other linesman will retrieve the puck for them. Positioning While Play is in Progress Always be at your blue line when the puck is crossing it. Refer Always be at your blue line when the puck is crossing it. Refer to Working The Line to Working The Line When play is in the end zone one linesman should be just outside When play is in the end zone one linesman should be just outside their blue line while their partner should be midway between their blue line while their partner should be midway between the center red line and their partners blue line. On the opposite the center red line and their partners blue line. On the opposite side of the ice side of the ice

43 3 Official System When play moves out of end zone the back official will move up When play moves out of end zone the back official will move up to the Red Line. Now both Linesman have a line covered. The to the Red Line. Now both Linesman have a line covered. The Red Line and the Blue Line. They are in position to call a Red Line and the Blue Line. They are in position to call a potential offside pass. potential offside pass. As the plays moves up and down the ice, the linesmen will As the plays moves up and down the ice, the linesmen will position themselves as play dictates. position themselves as play dictates. Positioning For Face Offs Linesman take the face offs in their half of the ice. Linesman take the face offs in their half of the ice. The Linesman not taking the face off must cover their partners The Linesman not taking the face off must cover their partners line until their partner returns to position. line until their partner returns to position. For center ice face offs, Linesman will be on opposite sides of the For center ice face offs, Linesman will be on opposite sides of the ice, just outside their blue line. ice, just outside their blue line.

44 3 Official System Neutral Zone Face Off – linesman not dropping the puck must Neutral Zone Face Off – linesman not dropping the puck must cover partners blue line until if play moves in that direction. cover partners blue line until if play moves in that direction. A partners nod will release blue line. If play moves in A partners nod will release blue line. If play moves in opposite direction then move ahead of play as dictated. opposite direction then move ahead of play as dictated. Neutral Zone Face Off – Partner not dropping the puck is Neutral Zone Face Off – Partner not dropping the puck is responsible for both lines. responsible for both lines. End Zone Face Off – (1)Lines Man drops the puck. (1) Partner End Zone Face Off – (1)Lines Man drops the puck. (1) Partner outside their partners Blue Line (just outside the line). outside their partners Blue Line (just outside the line). Blue line (Back) referee will: Watch for encroachment, wait at Blue line (Back) referee will: Watch for encroachment, wait at The blue line until their partner and releases them. The blue line until their partner and releases them.

45 3 Man System Start of Game R L L Neutral Zone R L L End Zone R L L

46 Complete Quiz 4.4 Page 28 Answer Quiz 3 Official System

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48 Section 4.6 Line Change Procedure Page 31 3 Official System Use this procedure as soon as it is safe to do so on the ice. Use this procedure as soon as it is safe to do so on the ice. Look at Visiting Bench. Allow 5 second period in which they Look at Visiting Bench. Allow 5 second period in which they may change players. may change players. Raise your arm to indicate that that the visiting team can no Raise your arm to indicate that that the visiting team can no Longer change. Longer change. With the arm still raised, the referee looks at the home team bench With the arm still raised, the referee looks at the home team bench The referee allows another 5 seconds for the the home team to The referee allows another 5 seconds for the the home team to To make a line change.

49 The referee drops the arm to signal that the home team can The referee drops the arm to signal that the home team can no longer make a change. no longer make a change. This procedure must be used after all stoppages in the game This procedure must be used after all stoppages in the game Teams that do not follow this procedure will be penalized Teams that do not follow this procedure will be penalized after one warning from the referee. after one warning from the referee. 3 Official System

50 Section 4.6 Fight Procedure Page 32 and 33 Read the section on Fight Procedures for the Referee Get an assignment sheet from the clinic instructor. Get an assignment sheet from the clinic instructor. Without the aid of the Booklet, place in the correct order Without the aid of the Booklet, place in the correct order the sequence of events (procedure) that the referee must the sequence of events (procedure) that the referee must follow when a fight occurs on the ice. follow when a fight occurs on the ice. Class discussion will follow to reinforce the proper procedure

51 Complete Quiz 4.7 Fight Procedures Page 34 Review Answers to Quiz

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53 Section #5 Penalties Page 35 & 36 Read Section 5.1 Read Section 5.1 Complete Quiz 5.1 Complete Quiz 5.1 Watch Video on Penalties

54 Penalty Calling Procedures Section 5.2 Page 37 Overview 1. Mentally record the players number 2.Raise the non-whistle arm straight with open hand & fingers together together 3. Blow whistle when offending team touches the puck. 4.Come to a complete stop – pause – allow everyone to focus on the referee on the referee 5.Referee points with the non-whistle arm and in a clear, calm, loud, assertive voice call out the offending players number, loud, assertive voice call out the offending players number, team color and infraction. team color and infraction. 6. Give signal or multiple signals if more than one infraction

55 7.Proceed to the penalty bench – stay clear of the penalized player. Keep all other players in view. Skate backward to player. Keep all other players in view. Skate backward to the penalty bench. the penalty bench. 8.Report players number, team color, infraction, and duration of penalty to the timekeeper. Ensure that you signal as well. of penalty to the timekeeper. Ensure that you signal as well. 9.Exit the penalty box area staying clear of the penalized player. player.

56 Complete Quiz 5.2 Penalty Calling Page 38 Watch Video on Penalty Calling

57 Section 5.3 Penalty Options Chart Page 39 See Penalty Options Chart - Sheet See Penalty Options Chart - Sheet Penalty Options Chart - Answers Penalty Options Chart - Answers

58 Section 5.4 Time Penalties and Coincidental Penalties Page 40 Coincidental Outline Coincidental Outline Complete Quiz 5.4 – Page 41 and 42

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