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1 2017 Ice Hockey Exam 1. Can penalized players return to their team's players' bench during a time-out? A. Only if the game is tied. B. No. C. Yes. D. Only if the game has a 2-goal differential. 2. A student manager on the bench is wearing a helmet without a face mask. What is the ruling? A. First occurrence - warning to the team; second occurrence - minor penalty. B. Minor penalty. C. First occurrence - misconduct. D. Student shall be removed from bench. 3. Which statement(s) below is false? A. Goalkeepers may wear a helmet that does meet the HECC/ASTM standards with a cat-eye face mask with large eye openings which does not meet the HECC/ASTM standards. B. Goalkeepers shall wear a helmet which meets the HECC/ASTM standards. C. Face masks and helmets, including ear protectors, shall not be altered from the original manufacturer's specifications 4. The goalkeeper s helmet and/or face mask or glove becomes dislodged during play. What is the ruling? A. Goalkeeper is issued a minor penalty. B. Play continues, but goalkeeper must leave the ice. C. Play continues. D. Play is stopped immediately. 5. The puck is batted directly on goal by the attacking team, creating an immediate whistle and stoppage of play. Where is the faceoff? A. At a neutral zone faceoff spot. B. In the attack zone faceoff spot. C. At the defending zone faceoff spot of the offending team. D. At the center ice faceoff spot. 6. At a stoppage of play, Player A grabs Player B's face mask. Which of the following rulings is not an option for this infraction? A. Minor Penalty. B. Major Penalty. C. Major and Misconduct.

2 7. During a fight between two opposing players, another player enters the altercation only to restrain a player from his/her team. What is the ruling? A. Misconduct. B. Game misconduct. C. Major. D. Game disqualification. 8. During a faceoff to start the second period, Player A is found not wearing a piece of required equipment. What is the ruling? A. Minor Penalty. B. Major Penalty. C. First offense - Misconduct; second offense - Game Misconduct. 9. The goalkeeper is required to wear which of the following? A. Flapper-style throat protector. B. Tooth and mouth protector. C. Chest and arm protector. D. All of the answers are correct. 10. During a delayed penalty, the puck deflects off of the offending team into the non-offending team's net. What is the ruling? A. Goal shall be awarded. B. Goal shall not be awarded. C. Additional minor penalty shall be assessed to the offending team. D. Additional misconduct penalty shall be assessed to the offending team. 11. The puck is shot by a player on Team A and deliberately directed into the opponent s goal by a teammate s skate. Wh is the ruling? A. No goal, faceoff in the neutral zone just outside of Team A's attacking blue line. B. No goal, faceoff in Team A's defending zone. C. No goal, faceoff in Team A's attacking zone. D. The goal is allowed. 12. A team is shorthanded and the penalty is about to expire. If the puck is shot before the penalty expires for a potential icing, what is the ruling? A. Icing shall not be called. B. Icing shall be called. C. Immediate whistle, center ice faceoff. D. None of the answers are correct.

3 13. Player A1 shoots the puck from his defending zone. Opposing player B1 has the ability to play it, but allows the puck to cross the goal line extended. What should the official rule? A. Icing. Faceoff in A1's defending zone. B. Faceoff at center ice. C. Nullify icing, play shall continue. D. Penalize player B1 for delay of game. 14. If the goalkeeper is injured, what length of time is allowed for the goalkeeper s recovery? A. Any length of time. B. A reasonable length of time. C. No time as goalkeeper must be replaced immediately. D. Maximum of five minutes. 15. A player has been diagnosed with a concussion. The player can return when: A. The coach clears the player to return. B. A note of approval signed by the parent clears the player to return. C. A referee clears the player to return. D. An appropriate health-care professional clears the player to return. 16. What is the maximum number of players that may dress for, and play in a game (unless modified by state association adoption)? A. 25 B. 22 C. 20 D During play, the goalkeeper loses his/her stick and obtains a stick from teammate, Player A. Player A possesses the goalkeeper stick and proceeds to play the puck. What is the ruling? A. The play is legal. Play continues. B. Penalty shot is awarded or optional minor penalty is assessed. C. Immediate stoppage of play and minor penalty assessed to Player A. D. Immediate stoppage of play. No penalty assessed. 18. A water bottle is allowed on the goal net: A. when it sits unattached on the top of the goal net. B. when it is placed inside the goal. C. when it is tied to the top of the netting or secured to the back of the goal frame. 19. A player from Team A makes direct contact to the head/neck area of a player from Team B. The official must assess a major penalty or a game disqualification penalty.

4 20. The puck is shot directly on goal by an attacking player in the neutral zone with a teammate in the attacking zone. Play shall continue if the goalkeeper decides to play the puck. 21. Officials are required to wear a HECC-certified black ice hockey helmet, with a half face shield which meets the HECC certification. 22. During the course of a delayed offsides, the attacking team, Team A, shoots the puck into Team B's goal cage as Team A's players are clearing the zone. What is the ruling? A. The goal is allowed. B. No goal may be scored during a delayed offsides. C. A minor penalty shall be assessed to Team A. 23. During the course of a delayed penalty on Team A, the puck is directly shot out of the rink by Team B in Team B s defending zone. Where is the face-off? A. Center ice. B. One of the neutral zone spots. C. Team B's defending zone. D. Team A's defending zone. 24. Excluding goalkeepers, players shall take a stationary position on all faceoffs before the puck is dropped. 25. A player shall not attempt to draw a penalty through any exaggerated or deceitful action. 26. What penalty shall initially be assessed to any player, coach or bench personnel who uses a racial, ethnic or gender b slur? A. Minor penalty and Misconduct. B. Misconduct penalty. C. Game Misconduct. 27. During a stoppage of play, Player A1 spits on Player B1. What is the penalty? A. Minor. B. Misconduct. C. Game Misconduct.

5 28. What is the minimum penalty assessed for indirect contact to the head? A. Minor. B. Major. C. Misconduct. D. Game Misconduct. 29. At 5:00, player A1 receives two minor penalties. At 5:30, player A2 receives a minor penalty. At 6:00, Team B scores. What is the on-ice strength at the next faceoff? A. 5 v. 4 B. 4 v. 4 C. 5 v. 3 D. 4 v Player A1 receives a major penalty and Player B1 receives a minor penalty at 7:00. Player A2 receives a minor penalty at 8:00. Team B scores at 8:30. What is the on-ice strength situation? A. 4 on 4 B. 4 on 3 C. 5 on 4 D. 5 on What is the ruling if a player or goalkeeper leaves or discards a stick in such a way to prevent an obvious imminent go A. Goal is awarded. B. Minor Penalty. C. Penalty shot is awarded. D. Play is legal. No goal awarded. 32. If any player is assessed a second major penalty in the same game, the offending player shall receive what penalty? A. Game disqualification. B. Game misconduct. C. No additional penalties. D. Misconduct. 33. For any flagrant contact after the whistle, what ruling shall the referee assess? A. Minor Penalty. B. Misconduct. C. Game Misconduct. D. Major or Game Disqualification. 34. At 7:00, with both teams at full strength, player A1 receives a major penalty for slashing and player B1 receives a gam disqualification for spearing. What is the on-ice strength situation? A. 4 on 4 B. 5 on 5 C. 5 on 4

6 D. 4 on If an overtime period is played, ends shall be changed. 36. Prior to the start of the game, the coach submits a list of 20 eligible players to the official scorer. During the game, A1 scores a goal and when the official reports the goal to the official scorer it is recognized that A1 s name and number were transferred from the coach s list to the official scoresheet. What is the ruling? A. The player is removed from the game and the goal is not allowed. B. The player is added to the scoresheet and the goal is not allowed. C. The player is added to the scoresheet, the goal stands and Team A is assessed a minor penalty. D. The player is added to the scoresheet, the goal stands and there is no minor penalty due to inadvertent clerical error. 37. An attacking player in the neutral zone from Team A shoots the puck which deflects off Team B s goal frame and goes directly out of the rink. Which of the following is true? A. If shot from the defending half of the neutral zone it would be icing if it crosses the goal line after the deflection and th face off is in Team A's defending zone. B. If the puck does not cross the goal line after the deflection the face off is in the nearest neutral zone faceoff. C. All of the answers are correct. 38. The referee makes a decision to stop play for the goalkeeper covering the puck. Before the whistle can be blown, the puck comes loose and enters the goal. What is the ruling? A. The goal shall be awarded. B. No goal, as the referee deemed the play to have stopped. C. No goal, faceoff at center ice. D. None of the answers are correct. 39. What is the ruling if a player leaves his/her feet to play the puck and trips an opponent while doing so? A. A minor penalty shall be called. B. A misconduct penalty shall be called. C. No penalty. D. A major penalty shall be called. 40. What is the ruling if a player plays the puck while holding two sticks? A. No penalty should be assessed. B. Minor penalty should be assessed. C. Misconduct penalty should be assessed. D. Immediate whistle, no penalty. 41. If a team captain disputes a call by the referee, what is the initial penalty? A. Minor penalty. B. Misconduct penalty. C. Captains can dispute a call. D. Minor and misconduct penalty.

7 42. During a normal stoppage of play the official blows the whistle to start the faceoff procedure. Which statement is true? A. Nothing is permitted. B. A time-out may be called. C. Substitution of players is permitted. D. None of the answers are correct. 43. Both centers are set to faceoff after the official has blown his whistle to start the faceoff procedure in Team A's zone. Prior to the drop of the puck, Team B's defensemen switch sides. What is the proper ruling? A. Team B is assessed a minor penalty. B. Official drops the puck to begin play. C. Team B center is removed from faceoff and replaced by a teammate. D. Centers from both teams shall be removed and replaced by a teammate. 44. No player shall push, charge, cross-check or body-check an opponent from behind into the boards or goal frame. A. Game Disqualification. B. Minor and Misconduct or, if flagrant, Game Disqualification. C. Major and Misconduct or, if flagrant, Game Disqualification. D. Major and Game Misconduct. 45. Team B defenseman covers a loose puck in his team's crease. A penalty shot is awarded to Team A. What Team A player is eligible to take the penalty shot? A. Any Team A player. B. The Team A player who last legally played the puck prior to the infraction. C. Any Team A player on the ice when play is stopped. D. The Team A player closest to the location of the infraction. 46. If an opposing player flagrantly makes contact with the goalkeeper while in the crease, what is the ruling? A. Minor Penalty. B. Minor and Misconduct. C. Major Penalty. D. Major and Misconduct. 47. Player A1 contacts Player B1 away from the boards. The contact violently throws Player B1 into the boards. The refe determines the hit is not flagrant and B1 does not crash headfirst into the boards. What is the minimum penalty that can b assessed? A. Minor. B. Major. C. Major and Misconduct. 48. Player A1 checks Player B1 from behind in open ice. A. Game Disqualification.

8 B. Major. C. Minor. D. Minor and Misconduct. 49. If any player is injured during a game from an accident and compelled to leave the ice, a referee shall stop play: A. Immediately, regardless of which team possesses the puck. B. When the injured player's team has possession of the puck. C. When the injured player's coach or medical professional requests a stoppage in play. D. At the next natural stoppage in play. 50. A coach shall not communicate with players on the ice, during play, using an electronic device.

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