Presentation on theme: "Determining Face-Off Location Presentation Designed by Illinois Hockey Officials Association."— Presentation transcript:
Determining Face-Off Location Presentation Designed by Illinois Hockey Officials Association
Never closer to the goal than the end zone face-off spot Never closer to the side boards than imaginary line connecting face-off spots Never in middle of ice (new for 2001-2002) General Rules & End Zone Face-Offs
Puck Frozen Defending Team: Nearest end zone face-off spot Attacking team : Nearest neutral zone face-off spot
Puck Frozen Face-off along line perpendicular from boards on imaginary line connecting face-off spots Attacking team in attacking zone:Nearest Neutral Zone Face-off spot
Face-Off Location Off-sides –Pass: from where puck was passed along imaginary line –Puck carried over: Nearest Neutral Zone face-off spot Puck frozen by goal tender –Nearest end zone spot to where puck was last shot or played Penalty Call –Where puck was last played - along imaginary line –Attacking team in attacking zone: Nearest neutral zone face-off spot
Puck Shot Out of Rink Stopping play –Any official may stop play Ensuing face-off –Official who stops play spots face-off –Partner retrieves puck
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