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1 Penalty Termination Situations By: Kevin Airaudi

2 Situation #1

3 Coincidental Minor Penalties and Major Penalty  Clock Time Team A Team B  5:00 x-2 min z-2 min  4:00 y-5 min  3:30 Goal Scored  (a) Player “x” Returns  (b) Player “y” Returns  (c) No penalty may be terminated

4 Time On Penalty Clock  Clock Time_____Team A___Team B  3:30 4:30 Goal Scored Was Team A short handed when the goal was scored? Was the penalty to Team A Minor or Major Penalty?

5  Penalties to “x” and “z” are coincidental minor penalties  Players serve penalties but no penalty time on clock  On-ice strength does not change (5 on 5) when these coincidental penalties are assessed  “x” and “z” return at the next stoppage of play after 3:00.  Team A is shorthanded  Penalty to “y” is a Major Penalty

6 Situation #2

7 Coincidental Minor Penalties  Clock Time_____Team A___Team B  5:00 x-2 min p-2 min  4:30 y-2 min  4:00 Goal Scored  (a) Player “x” returns to ice  (b) Player “y” returns to ice  (c) No penalty may be terminated

8 Time on Penalty Clock  Clock Time_____Team A___Team B  4:00 1:30 Goal Scored  Was Team A short handed?  Was the penalty a minor penalty?

9  Penalties to “x” and “p” are coincidental minor penalties  Players serve penalties but no penalty time on clock  On-ice strength does not change (5 on 5) at the time these coincidental minor penalties are assessed.  “x” and “p” return at the next stoppage of play after 3:00.  Penalty to “y” is a minor penalty  (a) Player “x” returns to ice  (b) Player “y” returns to ice  (c) No penalty may be terminated

10 Situation #3

11 Substitute Players Serving Penalties  Clock Time_____Team A___Team B  5:00 x min  4:30 y-2 min  4:00 p-2 min  3:30 Goal Scored  (a) First minor penalty to “x” expires  (b) Player “y” returns to ice  (c) No penalty may be terminated

12 Time on Penalty Clock  Clock Time_____Team A___Team B  3:30 2:30 1:00 1:30 GOAL  Is Team A shorthanded?  If so, is the penalty a minor?  How many minor penalties are there?

13  Team A is shorthanded (4 on 3)  Three penalties are on the clock for Team A and one penalty for Team B)  “x” :30 and 2:00 “y” 1:00 “p” 1:30  The penalty with the least amount of time expires  (a) First minor penalty to “x” expires  (b) Player “y” returns to ice  (c) No penalty may be terminated

14 Situation #4

15 Coincidental Minor Penalties  Clock Time_____Team A___ Team B  5:00 x-2 min z-2 min p-2 min  (a) Team A is two players short  (b) Team A is one player short  (c) Both Teams remain at full strength

16 Time on Penalty Clock  Clock Time_____Team A___Team B  5:00 2:00  (a) Team A is two players short  (b) Team A is one player short  (c) Both Teams remain at full strength

17  Player “y” and “p” serves penalty but no time goes up on clock (coincidental minor penalties)  Both “y” and “p” returns after the next stoppage of play after 3:00  Player “z” serves penalty and returns to ice after penalty time expires or a power play goal is scored.

18 Situation #5

19 Minor and Major Penalties  Clock Time Team A Team B  5:00 x-2 min y-5min  3:30 Goal Scored  (a) Player “x” returns to the ice  (b) Player “y” returns to the ice  (c) No penalty may be terminated

20 Time on Penalty Clock  Clock Time Team A Team B  3:30 :30 3:30 Goal  Is Team A shorthanded?

21  Both penalties are served and the penalty time goes on the clock (minor and major penalties are never coincidental)  Team A and Team B are at equal strength  4 on 4)  (a) Player “x” returns to the ice  (b) Player “y” returns to the ice  (c) No penalty may be terminated

22 Situation #6

23 Coincidental Minor Penalties and Major Penalties  Clock Time Team A Team B  5:00 x-2 min b-2 min  4:30 y-5 min  4:00 z-2 min  3:30 Goal Scored  (a) Player “x” returns to the ice  (b) Player “y” returns to the ice  (c) Player “z” returns to the ice

24 Time on Penalty Clock  Clock Time Team A Team B  3:30 4:00 1:30 GOAL  Is Team A Shorthanded  Is one of the penalties to Team A a minor penalty?

25  Penalties to “x” and “b” are coincidental Minor Penalties  Both players serve but no penalty goes on clock 5 on 5 “x” and “b” return at stoppage of play after 3:00  Penalty to “y” is a Major Penalty  Major Penalties never expire for a goal  Penalty to “z” is a minor penalty  (a) Player “x” returns to the ice  (b) Player “y” returns to the ice  (c) Player “z” returns to the ice

26 Situation #7

27 Proper On-Ice Strength  Clock Time Team A Team B  5:00 x-2 min p-2-min  (a) Team B is one player short  (b) Team A is one player short  (c) Both teams remain at full strength

28  Penalties to “x” and “p” are assessed at the same stoppage of play  These are Coincidental Minor Penalties  “x” and “p” serve the penalties and no time goes on penalty clock  “x” and “p” return at stoppage of play after 3:00  5 on 5

29 Situation #8

30 Coincidental Minors  Clock Time Team A Team B  5:00 x-2 min p min  (a) Both teams lose one player  (b) Team B loses one player  (c) Both teams remain at full strength

31 Time on Penalty Clock  Clock Time Team A Team B  5:00 2:00  (a) Both teams lose one player  (b) Team B loses one player  (c) Both teams remain at full strength

32  “x” serves penalty  No time goes on clock  Returns to ice at stoppage of play after 3:00  Team B needs to put a substitute player in the penalty box to serve minor penalty for “p”  Team B’s substitute player returns to ice after the penalty time expires(3:00) or after a Team A power play goal.  “p” serves 2 minutes after first penalty expires. Must wait for a stoppage of play.

33 Situation #9

34 Multiple Minor Penalties  Clock Time Team A Team B  5:00 x-2 min  4:45 p-2 min  4:30 y-2 min  3:30 Goal Scored  (a) Player “x” returns to ice  (b) Player “p” returns to ice  (c) No Penalty may be terminated

35 Time on Penalty Clock  Clock Time Team A Team B  3:30 :30 :45 1:00 GOAL  Is Team A shorthanded?  If so, what penalty expires first?

36  Team A is shorthanded (4 on 3)  The least amount of minor penalty time expires first  (a) Player “x” returns to ice  (b) Player “p” returns to ice  (c) No Penalty may be terminated

37 Situation #10

38 Misconducts Penalties  Clock Time Team A Team B  5:00 x-10 min  4:30 p-2 min  4:00 y-2 min  3:30 Goal Scored  (a) Player “x” returns to the ice  (b) Player “y” returns to the ice  (c) No penalty may be terminated

39 Time on Penalty Clock  Clock Time Team A Team B  3:30 1:30 1:00 GOAL  Is Team A shorthanded?

40  “x” serves misconduct penalty  No penalty time goes on clock  Returns at stoppage of play after 10 minutes  Both teams are at equal strength at the time the goal is scored.  (a) Player “x” returns to the ice  (b) Player “y” returns to the ice  (c) No penalty may be terminated

41 Situation #11

42 Multiple Minor Penalties  Clock Time Team A Team B  5:00 p-2 min  4:30 x-2 min  4:00 y-2 min  3:30 Goal Scored  (a) Player “p” returns to ice  (b) Player “y” returns to ice  (c) No penalty may be terminated

43 Time on Penalty Clock  Clock Time Team A Team B  3:30 :30 1:30 1:00 GOAL  Is Team A shorthanded?  If so, are one or both minor penalties?  Which player has the least amount of time?

44  Team A is short handed  4 on 3  (a) Player “p” returns to ice  (b) Player “y” returns to ice  (c) No penalty may be terminated

45 NHL Referee Steve Kozari


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