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1 Level 1 Officials Certification Test Questions 1 25 are TRUE or FALSE 1- The minimum required protective equipment for all divisions 18-and-under and below is: HECC-approved helmet and facemask, mouthguard, gloves, elbow pads, and knee/shin pads. 2- A Minor Penalty for Interference with the Goaltender may be assessed whether the goaltender is inside or outside his goal creas.) 3- A team roster submitted with fifteen (15) skaters and one (1) goaltender would be deemed legal. 4- If a player leaves his feet and causes an opponent to trip or fall, either by use of his stick or body, a Minor Penalty shall be called, even if the player first makes contact with the puck. 5- For a Misconduct Penalty is assessed to the goalkeeper, only a player on the rink at the time of the infraction may serve the penalty. 6- The penalty options for spearing or attempting to spear an opponent are Major Penalty plus a Game Misconduct or a Match Penalty. 7- If, during the course of a Penalty Shot or shootout attempt, the defending goaltender deliberately removes his helmet or facemask, the referee shall award an automatic goal 8- Any player that receives three penalties (not including misconduct penalties) in one game shall immediately be removed from the rink and assessed a Game Ejection Penalty 9- The face-off location after a stoppage of play caused by a player committing a penalty in the attacking zone is the center-rink face-off spot 10- Face-offs may be conducted only at the five (5) recognized face-off spots on the rink. 11- A player guilty of head-butting shall be assessed an automatic Match Penalty 12- A legal change may be made from the players bench at any time during play, provided that the player or players leaving the rink surface shall be within 10 feet (10') of the players bench and out of the play before the change is made 13- A Misconduct Penalty shall be assessed to any player who throws his stick, equipment, or any object out of the playing surface in protest of an official s decision. 14- A hand pass to a teammate is legal so long as the pass is originated and completed entirely within the defending zone. 15- A Minor Penalty shall be assessed to any player who shoots the puck (non-deflected) out of play from his defending zone, whether the action was intentional or not 16- A Minor Penalty for Delay of Game shall be assessed to a goalkeeper who holds the puck in any manner which, in the opinion of the referee, causes an unnecessary stoppage of play, whether the goalkeeper is inside or outside the crease. 17- At the discretion of the referee, a Double-Minor Penalty may be assessed to any player deemed guilty of High-sticking, provided no injury to the opponent occurs. 18- During a delayed penalty, if the non-offending team inadvertently scores into its own net, the goal shall be disallowed. 19- A Minor Penalty for Unsportsmanlike Conduct shall be assessed to any player who intentionally shoots or knocks away

2 a stick or piece of equipment from an opponent attempting to retrieve it. 20- If a Minor and a Major Penalty are assessed (non-coincidental) to the same player at the same stoppage of play, the Major Penalty shall be served first 21- When a player has possession and control of the puck in the attacking zone, without anyone to pass between himself and the opposing goal, is prevented a reasonable scoring opportunity as a result of an infraction committed by the defending team while the offending team's goalkeeper has been removed from the rink, a Penalty Shot shall be awarded to the non-offending player in possession and control of the puck 22- The attacking team s center shall be required to place his stick on the rink surface first for all face-offs not conducted on the center red line. 23- For all Match Penalties, both referees are required to file a written game report to the USARS District Referee-in-Chief within 72 hours following the game 24- A goalkeeper may continue to play with the paddle portion of a broken stick until the next stoppage of play, or until a replacement stick has been legally handed to him by a teammate 25- A Minor Penalty for Delay of Game shall be assessed to any player NOT taking a face-off who does not remain stationary during the face-off procedure after warning by the Referee. Questions are Multiple-choice 26- During the same stoppage of play, #9 on Team A is assessed a Minor Penalty for Unsportsmanlike Conduct, a Misconduct Penalty, and a Major Penalty for Boarding. If none of the penalties are coincidental, which penalty shall be served first? A- Minor B- Misconduct C- Major 27- #8 on Team A is assessed a Minor Penalty for Hooking at 9:00. After play resumes, #66 on Team B receives a Minor Penalty for Tripping at 8:30. If Team A scores at 8:00, what is the on-rink numeric strength for the ensuing face-off? A- 4 on 4 B- 4 on 3 (Team B has 4 skaters, Team A has 3 skaters) C- 3 on At the same stoppage of play, #4 on Team A receives a Minor Penalty for Slashing and #6 on Team A receives a Minor Penalty for Unsportsmanlike Conduct. #33 on Team B receives a Major Penalty for Roughing. What is the onrink numeric strength for the ensuing face-off? A- 3 on 2 (Team B has 3 skaters, Team A has 2 skaters) B- 4 on 3 (Team B has 4 skaters, Team A has 3 skaters) C- 3 on At the same stoppage of play, #3 on Team A receives a Major Penalty for Roughing and a Minor Penalty for Unsportsmanlike Conduct. #44 on Team B receives a Minor Penalty for Roughing. What is the on-rink numeric strength for the ensuing face-off? A- 3 on 3 B- 4 on 3 (Team B has 4 skaters, Team A has 3 skaters) 4 on With 10:00 remaining in the first period and while both teams are playing at full-strength, #2 on Team A and #48 on

3 Team B are involved in an altercation and each receive Minor Penalties for Roughing. During the same stoppage of play, #5 on Team A is assessed a Minor Penalty for Unsportsmanlike Conduct. If Team B scores a goal with 8:30 remaining in the first period, which player(s) returns to the rink for the ensuing face-off? A- #2 on Team A returns (first Minor Penalty assessed) B- #5 on Team A returns (first non-coincidental Minor Penalty assessed) C- Either #2 or #5 on Team A returns (Captain s Choice) 31- With 10:00 remaining in the first period and both teams playing at full-strength, #9 on Team A is assessed a Minor Penalty for Hooking. With 9:00 remaining in the first period, Team B scores a goal while the referee is signaling a delayed Minor Penalty to #7 on Team A. How are the penalties assessed? A- The penalty to #9 on Team A expires and the penalty to #7 on Team A is assessed B- The penalty to #7 on Team A is washed-out and the penalty to #9 on Team A remains C- The penalty to #9 on Team A remains and the penalty to #7 on Team A is assessed 32- A goalkeeper may not legally play the puck: A- Outside of the goal crease B- Beyond the center red line C- Outside of the goalkeeper s privileged area 33- What is the proper penalty for a player deemed to be the instigator of a fight? A- Major Penalty Plus a Game Misconduct B- Minor Penalty and a Major Penalty Plus a Game Misconduct C- Minor penalty, Misconduct penalty, and a Major Penalty Plus a Game Misconduct 34- When play is stopped for a delayed penalty due the offending team gaining possession and control of the puck in their attacking zone, where should the ensuing face-off take place? A- One of the face-off spots in the offending team's defending zone B- One of the high-zone face-off spots C- The center face-off spot 35- Which of the following is true with regards to high-sticking infractions? A- For a high-sticking penalty to be assessed, the offending player must be carrying his stick above the normal height of his shoulders B- For a legal goal to be scored, the location of the stick that makes contact with the puck must be below the height of the crossbar C- An accidental high-stick of an opponent that occurs through normal wind-up or follow-through of a shooting motion shall be penalized 36- Who must serve a Misconduct Penalty assessed to a goalkeeper? A- Any non-penalized player on the offending team B- The offending goalkeeper C- Any non-penalized player on the offending team that was on the rink at the time of the infraction 37- At the time a goal is scored, an attacking team player is entirely outside the goal crease, but makes incidental physical contact with the goaltkeeper, who is also completely outside the goal crease. What is the proper call? A- The goal is disallowed and a penalty for Goaltender Interference is assessed to the attacking player. B- The goal is disallowed but no penalty is assessed to the attacking player.

4 C- The goal is allowed. No penalty is assessed to the attacking player. 38- While the Referee is signaling a delayed penalty, a player of the offending team intentionally abstains from playing the puck in order to allow more time to expire on the game and/or penalty clocks. What is the proper call? A- The Referee shall allow play to continue and wait until the offending team gains possession and control of the puck to stop play and assess the delayed penalty. B- The Referee shall stop play immediately and assess the delayed penalty with no further penalty to the player abstaining from playing the puck. C- The Referee shall stop play immediately and assess the delayed penalty and also assess a Minor Penalty for Delay of Game to the player abstaining from playing the puck. 39- Where should the ensuing face-off be for a premature substitution of the goaltender when the offending team has possession of the puck in their defensive zone? A- The last-play face-off spot B- The center face-off spot C- One of the high-zone face-off spots 40- Which of the following penalties do NOT require stick contact to be made in order for a penalty to be assessed? A- Slashing, Hooking, Tripping, Spearing B- Slashing, High-sticking, Spearing, Butt-ending C- Hooking, High-Sticking, Butt-ending, Spearing

5 WHEN FINISHED, SUBMIT YOUR ANSWERS BY: OR FAX: $20.00 FEE + AAU MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED. TO MAKE PAYMENT: OR CALL: Pay Online Click Here OR YOU WILL RECEIVE AN CONFIRMATION. If no confirmation is received, please contact the AAU Hockey Office at *NAME *AAU MEMBERSHIP # If you need your AAU Number: * ADDRESS *REPEAT ADDRESS *CITY *STATE *ZIP *PHONE# * Mandatory Fields must be completed. FOR ADDITIONAL OFFICIATING INFORMATION, INCLUDING SCHEDULING LEVEL 2 or LEVEL 3 OFFICIATING CLINICS, PLEASE CONTACT: Paul P. Pelletier USARS/AAU National Referee-in-Chief/ Director of Officials Phone:

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