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2014 IIHF NEW RULES WORKSHOP Frankfurt, Germany, June 13, 2014
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential To provide the reasoning for the development of a new IIHF Rule Book To provide the history of it’s evolution and develpment To provide an explanation of it’s new lay out, contents and structure To provide an overview of the housekeeping & minor rule changes To provide the opportunity to discuss and become familiar with the major rule changes To provide an opportunity to explain and discuss the IIHF Officiating Standard at our various events New Rules Workshop Goals 2
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential The IIHF Rule Book - Evolution & Development 3 During the 1998/99 season the IIHF Rule book was launched with a new design and a new format where the existing rules were completely re-written The new A5 size included coloured photographs, drawings, schematics and various coloured font A new ‘Notes page’ opposite the ‘Rules page’ design was introduced An ‘all-information-in-one-book’ strategy was targeted for all ages and all participants The new version included expanded appendices for reference
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential Evolution & Development 4
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential 5 … in general, the current IIHF Rule Book was a good resourse. In use for 16 seasons, it has been printed in 26 different languages …
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential … but, there are drawbacks 6 There is a duplication of information in the contents that conflicts with other IIHF documents Inconsistent wording and contradictions have crept into the text The IIHF Case Book needed expanding as did rule the number and frequency of interpretation and rule bulletins distributed to the IIHF membership to clarify rules and their application Goaltender equipment pieces that require measurement have expanded on a regular basis and greater frequency of control is required Schematics, drawings and photos need upgrading The current format does not lend itself to include all relevant information for explaining or applying the rules
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential The IIHF Rule Congress Summary 7 The development of the 2014 IIHF Rule Book was delayed The IIHF membership approved the delay for the submission of rule proposals by one year due to late election of the current Council (September 2012) and the corresponding late announcement of IIHF Committees in January 2013 Once opened, the IIHF received 86 different rule proposals on 55 existing rules and proposals for two new ones Of these proposals, 4 were forwarded to committees for regulation considerations, 12 were withdrawn by the proposing body, 51 were determined as housekeeping and minor rule changes while 19 were targeted as major rule change proposals or ‘game changers’
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential The 2014 IIHF Rule Book: The new lay out plus the principles of content & structure 8
2014 IIHF HOUSEKEEPING & MINOR RULE CHANGE SUMMARY
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential Housekeeping and Minor Rule Change Summary 10 The 51 housekeeping and minor rule change proposals were voted en bloc group during the recent IIHF Annual Congress following a 2 month review period provided to the IIHF membership This included the following …
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential Rule Upgrades During the 2013/14 Season 11
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential Procedures approved for removing ineligible players from a game in progress Length of player stick for athletes over 2 metres in height was approved One piece goaltender catching glove was approved Goal Judges are no longer required when a operational Video Goal Judge System is in place Clarification for application of Puck out of Bounds rule Slew footing rule approved Clarification for application of Abuse of Game Officials by Athletes & Team Officials rule Removal of goaltender equipment sizes from the IIHF Rule book Remove the term ‘altercation’ from the rule book Clarifying body position on the Interference rule Clarifying the Checking to the Head and Neck Area rule Adoption of an Unsportmanlike Conduct Penalty Clarification for the application of the Broken Stick rule Clarification for awarding a goal when the goal net has been dislodged Housekeeping and Minor Rule Change Summary 12
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential Major Rule Change Overview 19 major rule change proposals were addressed at the Rules Congress held during the recent IIHF Annual Meeting in Minsk, Belarus A special session was prepared and operated involving 64 member national associations in attendance under the direction of IIHF Vice President, Bob Nicholson, in a workshop format Of the 19 proposals, 12 were rejected and 7 were adopted 13
2014 IIHF MAJOR RULE CHANGE SUMMARY
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential 101 – Dimensions of the Rink Current Rule & The New Rule For IIHF competitions the size shall be 60 to 61 metres long and by 29 to 30 metres wide. For IIHF competitions the dimensions are 60 metres long by 26 to 30 metres wide. The World Championship shall be 30 X 60. Other dimensions shall be subject to approval by the IIHF.Approved 15
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential 102 – Boards Current Rule & The New Rule b) They shall be not less than 1.17 metres and not more than 1.22 metres in height above the level of the ice surface b) They shall be 1070mm in height above the level of the ice surface. The height of the dasher boards shall be measured from the top of concrete slab (floor) to top of the top sill shall be 1100mm.Approved 16
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential 105 – Protective Glass a) The protective glass located above the boards shall be 160 cm to 200 cm in height on the ends and shall extend 4 metres from the goal line towards the neutral zone and not less than 80 cm in height along the side, except in front of the player benches a) The protective shielding (spectator shielding) shall be an acrylic shielding system or equivalent system providing optimum flexibility without backlash effect in order to reduce risk of injury to the players. b) The protective shielding located above the boards shall be 2400mm in height on the ends and shall extend 4m from the goal line towards the neutral zone and shall be 1800mm in height along the sides, except in front of the player benches. d) No openings are allowed in the protective shielding with the exception of the hole in front of the Scorekeeper to allow him to speak with the RefereeApproved 17 Current Rule & The New Rule
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential 112 – Blue Lines 18 Current Rule & The New Rule Increase the dimensions of the offensive/defensive zones to metres from the end boards for consistency.Approved
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential 411 – Change of Players and Goalkeepers 19 Current Rule & The New Rule b) If, during a substitution, the player entering the game plays the puck of makes any physical contact with an opponent while the retiring player is actually on the ice, there shall be a Bench Minor penalty for Too Many Players on the Ice (Rule 573). b) If, during a substitution, the player or players entering or leaving the game plays the puck or makes any physical contact with an opponent while the retiring player or players are on the ice, there shall be a Bench Minor penalty for Too Many Players on the Ice (Rule 573). Approved
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential 442 – Procedure for Conducting Face-Offs 20 Current Rule & The New Rule c) The player of the attacking team in his attacking half of the rink shall place his stick on the ice first followed immediately by the player of the defending team. c) The player of the defending team in his defending half of the rink shall place his stick on the ice first followed immediately by the player of the attacking team. Approved
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential Icing the Puck: Hybrid Icing For the purpose of interpretation of the rule, there are two judgments required for "icing the puck". 1). The Linesman must first determine that the puck will cross the goal line. Once the Linesman determines that the puck will cross the goal line, icing is completed upon the determination as to which player (attacking or defending) would first touch the puck. This decision by the Linesman will be made by no later than the instant the first player reaches the end zone faceoff spots, with the player's skate being the determining factor. 2). Should the puck be shot down the ice in such a manner that it travels around the boards and/or back towards the end zone face-off spots, the same procedure shall be in effect in that the Linesman shall determine within a similar distance as to who will have touched the puck first. For clarification, the determining factor is which player would first touch the puck, not which player would first reach the end zone faceoff spots. If the race for the puck is too close to determine by the time the first players reaches the end zone face-off spots, icing shall be called.Approved 21
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential 460 – Icing the Puck: Hybrid Icing #1 22 F D
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential 460 – Icing the Puck: Hybrid Icing #2 23
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential 509 – Penalty Shot Procedure 24 Current Rule & The New Rule Notes section of rule 509: 6. The “spin-o-rama” type of move where the player completes a 360° turn as he approaches the goal, shall be permitted as it involves continuous forward motion. 6. During the course of the Penalty Shot (PS) or Game Winning Shot (GWS) the “spin-o-rama” or lacrosse type of move where the player completes a 360° turn as he approaches the goal is not permitted.Approved
© IIHF 2010 | Proprietary and confidential The 2014 IIHF Rule Book: Hybrid Icing 25
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