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1 Time Penalties Delayed Penalties Northern Ontario Hockey Association

2 What are Time Penalties? A penalty that results in a penalized team playing SHORT Time penalties are the only penalties which are indicated on the penalty clock Minor and/or Bench Minor penalties Major and/or Match penalties

3 Time Penalty Procedure Officials must consider two questions when a goal is scored: Is the team scored against playing shorthanded? Are they serving a Minor or Bench Minor time penalty? If answer no, then no time penalty is washed out If yes to both questions, wash out first Minor/Bench Minor time penalty being served

4 See Pages in your Officials Bulletin

5 Time Penalties Team ATeam BTime A7 – 24:30 A9 – 24:00 Goal3:50 First time penalty automatically terminates. A7s time penalty has the least amount of time remaining

6 Time Penalties Team ATeam BTime A7 – 24:30 A9 – 2 (on delay)3:50 Goal3:50 A7s penalty is terminated as it has the least amount of time remaining Penalty is assessed to A9

7 Time Penalties Team ATeam BTime A7 –2 + 24:30 A9 – 24:30 Goal3:50 The first two minute time penalty shall automatically terminate (A7) In situations where both time penalties have the same amount of time remaining, the penalties are to be washed out in the order in which they occur (or in which they are reported)

8 Time Penalties Team ATeam BTime B3 – 2 5:00 A7 – 24:30 A9 – 24:00 Goal3:50 A9s time penalty caused Team A to be shorthanded Since A7s time penalty has the least amount of time remaining, it is considered the first time penalty

9 Time Penalties Team ATeam BTime A7 – 5+GM6:30 A9 – 26:15 Goal6:10 A7s five minute time penalty cannot be washed out on the goal A9s two minute time penalty is washed out

10 Time Penalties Team ATeam BTime A7 – 2 B3 – 2 4:00 A9 – 23:30 Goal3:00 A7 and B3 are coincidental and did not cause Team A to be shorthanded. Neither of these penalties can be washed out A9s penalty caused Team A to be shorthanded and is washed out when the goal is scored Coincidental

11 Time Penalties Team ATeam BTime A7 – 2 +24:00 A9 – 23:30 Goal3:00 Team A was shorthanded due to A7s first two minute penalty and A9s two minute penalty A7s first two minute penalty is terminated because it has least amount of time remaining

12 Time Penalties Team ATeam BTime A7 – +24:00 A9 – 23:30 Goal1:50 A7s first minor expired at 2:00 Team A was shorthanded due to A7s second minor and A9s two minute penalty A9s minor is terminated because it has the least amount of time remaining 2

13 Time Penalties Team A Team BTime A7 – 26:00 B3 - 25:30 A9 – 2 5:00 Goal4:30 Team A was shorthanded when the goal was scored The first time penalty to be washed out A7s penalty has the least amount of time remaining of all minors being served and is considered the first time penalty and is terminated Teams being short but at even strength before A9 was penalized has no bearing on application of the rule

14 What are Delayed Penalties? Rule 4.12 (a) If a third (or subsequent) time penalty is assessed to a team serving two time penalties, the third (or subsequent) time penalty shall not commence until one of the previous two time penalties elapse Rule 4.12 (c) Players assessed time penalties shall return to the ice in the order of expiry of their penalties

15 See page 101 of your Officials Bulletin

16 Delayed Penalty – Example #1 A3 – 28:00 A7 – 2 7:20 Stoppage 5:00 Player PIM OffStartEndOn A3 A :00 7:20 5:20 6:00 Team A was only two men short; therefore there is no delayed penalty When does A3 return to the ice? A3 returns to the ice when his penalty expires at 6:00 When does A7 return to the ice? A7 returns to the ice when his penalty expires at 5:20

17 Delayed Penalty – Example #2 A3 – 2 8:00 Stoppage A7 – 2 7:20 A9 – 2 7:00 Player PIM OffStartEndOn A3 A :00 7:20 5:204:00 6:005:20 A927:006:004:003:30 Penalty to A9 begins as penalty to A3 expires at 6:00 A3 returns to the ice as penalty to A7 expires A7 returns to the ice as penalty to A9 expires at 4:00 3:30 A9 returns to the ice on stoppage of play When does penalty to A9 start?When does A3 return to the ice?When does A7 return to the ice?When does A9 return to the ice?When do penalties to A3 and A7 start? The penalties to both players start as they are penalized (A3 – 8:00, A7 – 7:20)

18 Delayed Penalty – Example #3 A3 – :00 Stoppage A7 – 24:30 A9 – 2 4:00 Player PIM OffStartEndOn A3 A :00 4:30 2:300:30 3:00- A9 24:002:300:300: :001:00 A3 is serving four minutes; penalties run consecutively A3 returns to the ice as his penalties expire When does A9s penalty start? Penalty to A9 begins as penalty to A7 expires When does A7 return to the ice? A7 returns to the ice as penalty to A9 expires When does A9 return to the ice? 0:15 A9 returns to the ice on stoppage of play When does penalty to A3 start?When does A3 return to the ice?When does penalty to A7 start? Penalty to A7 starts as he is penalized (4:30)


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