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1 RULES AND REGULATIONS Contents Overview... 4 City Of Oshawa Rules & Requirements... 5 CITY OF OSHAWA POLICIES DAMAGE TO ARENA PREMISES... 5 ALCOHOL... 5 SMOKING AND DRUG USE... 5 PERSONAL PROPERTY... 5 LEAGUE INFORMATION... 5 INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS... 5 DRESSING ROOMS... 6 HEAD/FACE CONTACT... 6 PLAYER ON MULTIPLE TEAMS... 6 PLAYER SUBSTITUTIONS... 6 SEENEY SUBSTITUTION RULE... 6 GENERAL RULES... 7 E.A.H.L. MANAGEMENT... 7 DISCIPLINE MANAGER... 7 INELIGIBLE PLAYERS... 7 AGE OF PARTICIPANTS... 7 PLAYOFF ELIGIBILITY... 7 SPARE GOALTENDERS... 8 SUBSTITUTE GOALTENDERS... 8 IF A PUCK HITS A GOALIE IN THE MASK... 8 TEAM JERSEYS... 8 ROSTER SIZE... 8 Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 1 of 18

2 TIES IN DIVISION STANDINGS TWO OR MORE TEAMS... 8 SUSPENSIONS... 9 Suspension Appeal EQUIPMENT GOALIE MASKS FACIAL PROTECTION GENERAL EQUIPMENT PLAYING RULES ICING FACE-OFF LOCATION FOLLOWING PENALTY EQUIPMENT MEASUREMENTS DEFAULTED GAME START OF GAMES PROCEDURE (DELAY OF GAME) TIME OUTS GOAL CREASE OVERTIME REGULAR SEASON/ PLAYOFF GAMES GAME CLOCK - TIMING BLOOD RULE RULE CLARIFICATION PENALTY GUIDE HIGH STICKING BODY CHECKING / BOARDING HEAD CONTACT DELAY OF GAME GOALTENDER DELAY OF GAME BUTT-ENDING ROUGHING / ROUGHING AFTER THE WHISTLE Dropping Gloves FIGHTING OFF THE PLAYING SURFACE SPEARING SLASHING Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 2 of 18

3 CROSS-CHECKING SLEW FOOTING CHECKING FROM BEHIND UNSPORTSMANLIKE MISCONDUCTS GAME MISCONDUCTS MULTIPLE MINOR PENALTIES - GAME EJECTION GROSS MISCONDUCTS RACIAL SLURS and HATE SPEACH GROSS PENALTIES League Contact Information President Vice President Disciplinary Manager Statistician Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 3 of 18

4 Overview The E.A.H.L. exists to provide a safe and fun experience for hockey players of all levels. There are no team levels or tiers, rather this league is composed of teams of very mixed skill levels, allowing friends to play together regardless of hockey talents (or lack thereof). The goals and guiding principles, in order or importance are as follows, 1. Safely 2. Fun 3. Competition Think of this as just above shinny. The current Hockey Canada Rule Book will be utilized for all games with the exception of rules specific to the Everyone s Adult Hockey. These exceptions all are listed within the E.A.H.L. Rule Book. All rules could be modified, changed or deleted by the E.A.H.L. Management at any point during the season. It is expected that Team Representatives and players understand the rules set forth in this Rule Book. Not knowing a specific rule is an unacceptable method of avoiding penalty or consequence. Upon completion of the season, League Management will review the conduct of players and teams to ensure the rules and regulations of the E.A.H.L. have been adhered to. The E.A.H.L. reserves the right to decline the registration, suspend or expel without refund an individual or team for violating the rules and regulations in this document. Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 4 of 18

5 City Of Oshawa Rules & Requirements CITY OF OSHAWA POLICIES DAMAGE TO ARENA PREMISES Any damage or vandalism within any City of Oshawa Arena will be replaced at the cost of the offending individual or team. Any further penalty as a result of damage or vandalism is at the discretion of E.A.H.L. Management. ALCOHOL Alcoholic beverages in all forms are prohibited in all areas of any City of Oshawa Arena (including the Parking Lot). Failure to adhere to this rule will result in a suspension for the offending player(s). If a team receives a second violation, the Team Representative will also be suspended for the same length of time as the offender. Teams may be issued a fine, a suspension or expulsion from the league. Referees also have the ability to issue a game misconduct for any player suspected to be intoxicated. SMOKING AND DRUG USE All players MUST abide by the rules of the Hosting Facility. Smoking is not permitted at virtually all facilities. All persons caught violating the facilities rules (eg. smoking or using illegal substances of any kind) will be immediately suspended for that night of play. If the offending person has already played their game prior to being caught, they will be suspended for the following scheduled game. PERSONAL PROPERTY The City of Oshawa and the E.A.H.L. accept no responsibility for lost, damaged or stolen personal property. Please refrain from taking valuables into the facility. LEAGUE INFORMATION All teams/players are asked to visit our website at on a regular basis to ensure urgent notices and/or messages to league members are recognized. You can also follow us on facebook E.A.H.L. Hockey. INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS All incidents or accidents must be reported to City of Oshawa and/or E.A.H.L. Staff Members in a timely manner following the occurrence. Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 5 of 18

6 DRESSING ROOMS Teams are asked to vacate their dressing rooms thirty minutes after their game to allow for the staff to clean the room for the following team. Any vandalism within the dressing room will result in fines and suspensions for the offending team, as well as the team representative. Please report any damage and/or deficiencies to E.A.H.L. or facility staff immediately. Teams may need to provide their own lock. HEAD/FACE CONTACT Any non accidental contact while gloves are on (face wash, punch, jab) to an opposing players face or head is a 5 minute major and will be reviewed by the Disciplinary Manager. PLAYER ON MULTIPLE TEAMS Only coaches that manage multiple teams can be on more than one team roster. Other players are only to be on one roster per season. Any player found playing on another team (that isn t a legal fill in) will be subject to disciplinary action under the INELIGIBLE PLAYERS rulediscipline MANAGER. PLAYER SUBSTITUTIONS If a team has six or less players to play a game they are allowed to borrow another league member that night to play the game. Teams borrowing players that aren t needed will be punished under the INELIGIBLE PLAYERS ruleerror! Reference source not found.. Borrowing players in playoffs is not allowed, teams must use only players on team roster who have played enough games to qualify. SEENEY SUBSTITUTION RULE In acknowledgement and appreciation for all the work Dave Seeney did in creating his OAHL league (the predecessor or E.A.H.L.), Dave Seeney is a valid SUB for any team wanting him to play at any time. Essentially he is automatically on all rosters without consuming a roster slot and has automatically played enough games. So if Dave s back in town, he can play. Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 6 of 18

7 GENERAL RULES E.A.H.L. MANAGEMENT Management of the E.A.H.L. has the right to perform the following acts at any time during a respective season: Align teams within division/night of play Declare a defaulted game Issue Suspensions Issue League Expulsions Schedule teams on an off night due to event bookings or holidays DISCIPLINE MANAGER The Discipline Manager shall declare all serious sanctions. In the event of a conflict of interest, sanctions will be decided by E.A.H.L. management. In the event of a conflict still existing, the sanctions will be recommended by the majority of non conflicted team representatives. INELIGIBLE PLAYERS NO ONE may step on the ice until the appropriate WAIVER for ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK has been turned in to management. All players MUST register with E.A.H.L. management and sign all appropriate registration and waiver forms to be allowed to participate in the League. All players participating in a game MUST sign their name on the game sheet. If players falsely sign another name on the game sheet or an illegal player is utilized in an E.A.H.L. game, the offending team will be issued a forfeit and the score will be entered as a 1-0 final. AGE OF PARTICIPANTS All players participating in the E.A.H.L. must be 18 years of age or older. PLAYOFF ELIGIBILITY Players must play in a minimum of 7 regular season games (Winter Season) or 6 regular season games (Summer Season) to be eligible for the playoffs. Exceptions may be in order due to medical purposes. All cases must have Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 7 of 18

8 sufficient information (ex. Doctor s certificate) to be provided an exception by E.A.H.L. Management. SPARE GOALTENDERS Spare goaltenders can be utilized in the playoffs in the event of injury to their roster goaltender. The spare goaltender must be approved by E.A.H.L. management to qualify for the playoffs and play in a division similar to or lower than the team he/she is playing for. SUBSTITUTE GOALTENDERS Substitute Goaltenders in any game must be reported to the E.A.H.L. Management. Should a Goaltender be removed from the game for any reason, personal or dismissal, the team will have 10 minutes to dress a suitable replacement. If a replacement cannot be found, the team will forfeit the game. IF A PUCK HITS A GOALIE IN THE MASK Play will be halted after a puck has struck a goalie in the mask, no matter the severity. TEAM JERSEYS All players on a team must have the same coloured jersey with different numbers on each jersey. ROSTER SIZE All teams can add players up till 8 games remaining. no roster cap. any added players must play 51% of the final 8 games to qualify for playoffs. Roster size is NOT limited. New players first game must be noted clearly on their first game sheet. TIES IN DIVISION STANDINGS TWO OR MORE TEAMS In the event of a tie in the standings after the regular season, final results will be decided by: a) Head-to-Head Record against the team(s) you are tied with b) Games Won c) Games Lost d) Goals Against In the event that three or more teams are tied and after a team is eliminated from the tie-breaking process, the remaining teams will revert back to the top of the tie-breaking process. Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 8 of 18

9 SUSPENSIONS The following grid provides strict guidelines in relation infractions that result in suspension, and their related consequences. OFFENSE Game Ejection Game Misconduct Game Misconduct MINIMUM RECOMMENDED SUSPENSION Balance of Game Balance of Game and Review by Disciplinary Manager Review by Disciplinary Manager (last 10 minutes of regulation) Major Penalty (First Offense) Major Penalty (Second Offense) Major Penalty (Third Offense) Fighting (First Offense) Fighting (Any Subsequent Offense) Gross Misconduct Match Penalty Locker Room Invasion (entering another team s locker room to chirp, fight or cause conflict) Up to 1 Game and Review by Disciplinary Manager Up to 2 Games and Review by Disciplinary Manager Up to 3 Games and Review by Disciplinary Manager Up to 5 Games (depending on severity, instigator, aggressor, Referee s report, etc) Up to Balance of Season (depending on severity, instigator, aggressor, Referee s report, etc) Automatic indefinite suspension pending review by Disciplinary Manager Automatic indefinite suspension pending review by Disciplinary Manager Up to 3 Games and Review by Disciplinary Manager Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 9 of 18

10 Any player knowingly participating in a League game while under suspension (e.g. wearing an alternate jersey or signing in under another name) will automatically have their suspension length doubled (at minimum). If the Team Rep knowingly permits a suspended or ineligible Player to participate in a League game they too will face disciplinary action. There is zero tolerance for Players who participate while under suspension. Players are not permitted on the bench (or near the bench) area during games while under suspension. Suspension Appeal A Team Representative, on behalf of a Player, may appeal a suspension of three (3) or more games by contacting the Disciplinary Manager. The appeal must be submitted to the Disciplinary Manager within seven (7) days of the suspension s issue before any appeal will be considered. A suspension appeal may only be made by the Team Representative. Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 10 of 18

11 EQUIPMENT GOALIE MASKS Goaltenders must wear CSA approved masks/helmets at all times HELMETS. All players MUST wear a CSA certified helmet to participate. Chin Straps must be fastened and in place throughout the duration of the game. FACIAL PROTECTION Facial protection is highly recommended for all participants. GENERAL EQUIPMENT All players are strongly urged and encouraged to wear FULL PROTECTIVER EQUIPMENT. This is Men s Hockey (where Men s refers to the mental attitude and physical size of the players not the literal gender or any sexual identifications) the puck will be travelling at significant velocities as will the players. We all need to return to work tomorrow. That being said, all players are consenting adults and are entitled to make their own decisions. Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 11 of 18

12 PLAYING RULES ICING Icing must be initiated from behind the defensive zone blue line and is automatic when the puck crosses the goal line. If a goaltender leaves the crease area to play the puck, the icing will be waved off. FACE-OFF LOCATION FOLLOWING PENALTY When players are penalized at a stoppage of play so as to result in penalties being placed on the penalty time clock to one team, the ensuing face-off shall be conducted at one of the two face-off spots in the offending team s end zone. EQUIPMENT MEASUREMENTS Stick and equipment measurements are NOT permitted. If a piece of equipment being used threatens the safety of E.A.H.L. players, the offending player will be asked to remove the equipment immediately. DEFAULTED GAME A defaulted game occurs when one team does not show up for the game or they agree to give the other team the victory because of lack of players. In that case the game will be entered as a 1-0 win for the opposing team. START OF GAMES PROCEDURE (DELAY OF GAME) E.A.H.L. games will begin as follows: The ice resurfacing machine will leave the ice and the players will wait until the doors are closed before entering the playing surface. Failure to do so will result in a two-minute minor penalty for Delay of Game. 4 minutes will be put up on the clock and the clock will countdown as soon as the gates close. The buzzer will sound 30 seconds prior to the end of the four-minute warm-up and the referee will stand at centre ice for the opening faceoff. The clock will continue to run until the first stoppage of play If a team fails to have enough players on the ice by the ten-minute mark of the first period, a Minor penalty will be issued for Delay of Game. Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 12 of 18

13 TIME OUTS ONLY IN PLAYOFFS each E.A.H.L. team is permitted one thirty (30) second time out per game. Both Teams are not permitted to take their time out during the same stoppage in play. There will be no time outs during running time. GOAL CREASE Players in the offensive zone are not permitted to enter the crease area under any circumstance before the puck enters the crease area. Should a Player s skate(s) enter the crease in any manner, the Referee has the discretion to blow down the play, and a face-off will take place in the neutral zone. OVERTIME REGULAR SEASON/ PLAYOFF GAMES E.A.H.L. overtime will be a 3-man, 5 minute, sudden death period. GAME CLOCK - TIMING A game will consist of a 12 minute 1 st a 10 minute 2 nd & 3 rd period and in the event of a tie, a 5 minute sudden death 4 th overtime period. If a game has a five or more goal spread within the last five minutes of the third period, the game clock will move to running time. The clock will continue to run, unless the spread is reduced to three goals. All E.A.H.L. Referees have the ability to declare the end of a game at any time do to undesirable actions or unsafe play. The hosting arena may also declare the game over at their discretion. BLOOD RULE If a player is cut during a game and blood is drawn, the player must leave the ice to clean and cover the wound, prior to being allowed to continue playing in the game. RULE CLARIFICATION Referees may address player concerns (limited to rule clarification) briefly during stoppages in play. If players are persistent or abusive they will be penalized and, if necessary, reviewed by the league for further disciplinary action. Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 13 of 18

14 PENALTY GUIDE HIGH STICKING A player who contacts an opponent above the normal height of his shoulders with his stick shall be assessed a Minor, Double Minor, Major, or Match penalty at the discretion of the Referee in relation to the severity of the incident; if injury results a Major penalty and a Game Misconduct will be assessed. A Match penalty may be assessed, depending on the intent of the offending player. BODY CHECKING / BOARDING Players that deliberately use their body to body check, bump, push, or shove an opponent may receive a penalty for body checking or boarding depending on the severity of the incident. Incidental collisions will be called at the discretion of the official. HEAD CONTACT A Double Minor penalty or a Major and a Game Misconduct penalty, at the discretion of the referee and based on the degree of violence of impact shall be assessed to any player who intentionally contacts an opponent in the head, face or neck with his/her stick or any part of the player s body or equipment. DELAY OF GAME Players may be assessed a Minor penalty for Delay of Game, should the referees determine that: A player made a deliberate play to remove the puck from the playing surface in the defensive zone A team does not enter the playing surface in appropriate time for their scheduled game GOALTENDER DELAY OF GAME A Minor penalty shall be assessed to any goaltender who shoots or bats the puck directly out of the playing surface with his/her stick. A Minor penalty shall be assessed to any goaltender who, while outside his crease, deliberately falls on or gathers the puck into his body, or holds or places the puck against any part of the goal, thus delaying the game unnecessarily. Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 14 of 18

15 BUTT-ENDING A Double Minor and/or Match penalty will be assessed to any player who butt-ends or makes an obvious attempt to butt-end an opponent. ROUGHING / ROUGHING AFTER THE WHISTLE A Minor penalty may be assessed to any player who is guilty of unnecessary rough play. If an injury results from a Roughing infraction, a Major penalty and Game Misconduct will be issued. Dropping Gloves If a player or players drop their glove(s) and do not throw any punches, A minor penalty may be assessed to both parties and an additional minor will be assessed to the instigating player. FIGHTING OFF THE PLAYING SURFACE All suspensions double for altercations that occur after the game or off of the playing surface! Team Representatives may also be suspended at the discretion of the Disciplinary manager. Any player(s) involved in an altercation deemed to be a Fight may be assessed a Gross Misconduct and will be reviewed by Disciplinary Manager. SPEARING A Double Minor penalty will be assessed to any player who deliberately jabs (or attempts to jab) an opposing player with the toe of the blade of the stick. A Match penalty shall be assessed if an injury occurs during a Spearing incident. SLASHING A Minor, Double Minor, Major, or Match penalty, shall be assessed to any Player who swings his stick at an opponent, impedes the progress of an opponent, or who, in the midst of playing the puck, makes a wild swing at the puck with the intention of intimidating his opponent. CROSS-CHECKING A Minor, Double Minor, Major, or Match penalty shall be assessed to any Player who cross-checks an opponent in a deliberate manner. If an injury results from a Cross-checking infraction, a Major penalty and Game Misconduct will be issued. SLEW FOOTING A Major or Match penalty may be assessed to any Player who slew foots an opponent. Suspensions, according to the grid, will follow if necessary. An incident causing injury is subject to a more severe penalty. Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 15 of 18

16 CHECKING FROM BEHIND A Major or Match penalty may be assessed to any Player who checks an opponent from behind. Suspensions, according to the grid, will follow if necessary. An incident causing injury is subject to a more severe penalty. UNSPORTSMANLIKE MISCONDUCTS Any player, with exception to the Goaltender, incurring a Misconduct penalty, will be ejected for the balance of the game and subject to review by Disciplinary Manager. If this occurs after the beginning of the third period, a one-game suspension will be assessed. No teammate shall be required to serve a Misconduct penalty for another Player. If the offending player is the Goaltender, punishment will be decided by the Discipline Manager after the game. GAME MISCONDUCTS Any Player or Coach receiving a Game Misconduct penalty will be ejected for the balance of the game. If this penalty is assessed in the third period, an automatic one game suspension will be assessed. Game Misconduct penalties are subject to more severe penalties following review of the incident by E.A.H.L. Management. MULTIPLE MINOR PENALTIES - GAME EJECTION Any Player receiving three stick infractions in one game will receive a Game Ejection. If a player is the offending player in a penalty shot decision, the penalty incurred will count towards that player s penalty game total. If a Goaltender receives a Game Ejection for penalties, the Goaltender will remain in the game, but will be suspended for the next scheduled game. GROSS MISCONDUCTS A player receiving a Gross Misconduct is immediately ejected from the game, and will be penalized under the league suspension chart. This penalty will be assessed to any member of a team, players or coaches alike. Gross Misconducts may include but are not limited to obscene gestures, excessive abuse of E.A.H.L. officials or making a travesty of the game. RACIAL SLURS and HATE SPEACH If any player on a team utters a racial slur or hate speech during an E.A.H.L. game, the offending player will receive a Gross Misconduct and the Team may be subject to suspension by E.A.H.L. Management. If the offending party is not easily identified, the Team Representative will be suspended according to the suspension chart. Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 16 of 18

17 GROSS PENALTIES A player receiving a Gross Penalty will be subject to an immediate suspension review by Discipline Manager in accordance to the E.A.H.L. SUSPENSIONS. Gross Penalties include, but are not limited to, verbal or physical threats toward any member of the E.A.H.L. Staff, Management or participants within the E.A.H.L.. A Gross Penalty causing injury will result in a more serious suspension. Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 17 of 18

18 League Contact Information President Zack Wright Vice President Craig Campbell Disciplinary Manager Zack Wright Statistician Craig Campbell Revised: September 13, 2017 Page 18 of 18

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