Presentation on theme: "Penalty Shot Procedures. How Do We Determine Who Takes the Shot? –Based on the infraction, there are some instances where the referee will designate who."— Presentation transcript:
How Do We Determine Who Takes the Shot? –Based on the infraction, there are some instances where the referee will designate who will take a penalty shot while in other cases the non-offending team is allowed to designate the shooter from players who were on the ice at the time of the infraction.
Penalty Shot Procedures The General Rule is? –The referee will designate the player who was actually fouled when a penalty shot is awarded as a result of the foul. –When no individual player was fouled, the captain of the non-offending team will designate the shooter.
Penalty Shot Procedures Referee Designates –609(C) displacing goalpost or removing helmet/facemask during breakaway. –621(f) interference from players bench on a breakaway. –625(g) illegal entry into the game. –636(a) throwing the stick. –639(c) fouled from behind.
Penalty Shot Procedures Captain designates from players on the ice at the time of the infraction –205(C) deliberate illegal substitution with less than two minutes remaining. –609(C) deliberate displacing of goalpost with less than 2 minutes remaining. –612(C) falling on the puck in the crease. –615(d) picking up puck from crease area.
Penalty Shot Procedures Positioning: Two Official System –The back official will be positioned at center ice facing the players benches. To watch the non-participating players for infractions and potential altercations. –The front official will be positioned on the goal line on the same side of the ice the player shoots from. This provides the best view to witness the penalty shot and will also minimize the chances of being struck by the puck. The front official will ultimately determine the result of the penalty shot (goal or no goal) and will determine if any infraction occurred during the penalty shot.
Penalty Shot Infractions –Although these infractions are rare, they must be identified in order to ensure a fair and legal penalty shot has taken place. –Interference by a non-participating player. If the shot fails, the shot must be taken over and the interfering player is assessed a misconduct penalty. –Foul is committed by the goalkeeper: In the case of all infractions... –Penalty shot is retaken if failed, and the proper penalty is assessed to the goalkeeper whether or not a goal was scored.
Penalty Shot Procedures Penalty Shot Infractions –Infraction is committed by shooter, or shooters team interferes with goalkeeper: The penalty shot is stopped and forfeited with the proper penalty being assessed and play resuming with a neutral zone face-off.
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