STREET HOCKEY RULES INTRAMURAL SPORTS

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1 Each player must meet one of the following conditions to sign-in: 1) Present their own, valid UF Gator 1 Card before each contest to be eligible to participate. OR 2) Have a registered IMLeagues.com profile and be part of the team s roster, in which case they may present EITHER their own, valid UF Gator 1 Card OR a government-issued photo ID to be eligible to participate. NO EXCEPTIONS! All Intramural Sports participants are responsible for their own medical expenses. Any student unsure of their physical condition should check with their family physician or the Student Infirmary before participating in Intramural Sports. Game time is forfeit time. Teams are responsible for keeping their spectators under control. Misconduct of spectators, players or coaches can result in assessment of a penalty, ejection or forfeiture of the game. Spectators must also remain in the area designated by the officials. The intramural sports staff shall have the power to make decisions on any matters or questions not specifically covered in the rules. The intramural sports staff are in absolute control of the game. 1. The Game, Court, and Equipment 1.1 The Game Street hockey is played with a plastic ball by two teams of six players each in an enclosed rink. Points are scored when the ball enters the goal from the front passing between the cage posts and going completely across the goal line. 1.2 The Court (revised 12/13/2012) 1

2 1.3 Team Benches Seats shall be provided for the use of team personnel Teams shall defend the goal nearest to their designated bench area. Teams will change goals and benches between the first & second and second & third periods Only players and one coach may use the team benches. 1.4 Required Player Equipment UF Intramural Sports will provide all sticks and balls. Only those sticks and balls provided by UF Intramural Sports will be legal for play. Equipment must be checked out by the participant All players must wear: A. a numbered, team colored jersey B. indoor court shoes C. athletic shorts/pants 1.5 Optional Player Equipment Players may wear: A. Non-ice hockey style protective shin guards and knee pads. All knee pads and shin guards must be of soft, abrasive material B. Protective, non-ice hockey style gloves Goalies may wear: A. leg guards with soft covering only (i.e., soccer shin guards/catcher s leg guards with sweat pants on top) B. a baseball glove on the non-stick hand C. a protective glove on the stick hand D. a protective mask/helmet E. a baseball catcher s style chest protector 1.6 Illegal Equipment Illegal equipment may not be worn by any player. This applies to any equipment which in the opinion of the officials is dangerous or confusing. Types of equipment which shall always be declared illegal include: A. jeans or khaki shorts/pants, B. pads above the knees, EXCEPTION: Protective gloves, as in (see rule 1.5.1B) C. helmets. EXCEPTION: Goalies may wear helmets (see rule 1.5.2D) 2. Teams, Players, and Substitutes 2.1 Teams A team shall be composed of six players including a goalie A team shall have four players to start a game and avoid a forfeit. 2.2 Substitutes Substitutions may be made at any time during play. Players entering the game must wait until the player leaving the floor is completely off the playing surface before entering. NOTE: This call may be made by the supervisor. PENALTY: Minor (on the incoming player) The number of times any player may be substituted is not limited Should any player be injured during the game, a referee shall stop play and the injured player shall be compelled to leave the court, and a substitute shall immediately take place of the injured player A player who has received a time penalty, or one who is serving for a disqualified player, shall remain in the penalty box until the penalty time is completed. (revised 12/13/2012) 2

3 4. Time Factors If at any time a team plays too many players, it shall immediately send the extra player(s) from the court. PENALTY: Minor (Captain s choice from the remaining legal players on the court) If an extra player from the team bench or the penalty box prevents, or tries to prevent, a breakaway attempt at goal, there shall be a penalty. PENALTY: Penalty Shot, Major and Disqualification. 4.1 Lengths of Periods and Intermissions The game shall consist of three periods, each consisting of 12 minutes of running time play. The clock shall only stop for: A. injuries, B. unusual delays (at the referee s discretion), C. penalty shots, D. all whistles in the last minute of the third period (and overtime periods in the playoffs) unless a team is winning by 4 or more goals There shall be an intermission of ninety seconds between periods In the regular season, games tied after the third period shall be recorded as a tie. 4.2 Overtime Procedures In the tournament, games tied after the third period shall continue to overtime After the end of the third period, play shall continue with two sudden-death overtime periods. These periods shall be a maximum of ten minutes in length If the game is still tied after the second overtime period, each team will select five shooters for a shootout Shootout rules are as follows: A. Each shooter shall follow the penalty shot rules as in (9.6.2 & 3) B. The team which has scored more goals after five attempts shall be the winner. C. If each team has scored the same number of goals after five attempts, each team shall choose another player to attempt additional shot. This continues until one team scores and the other team fails. Each team shall have the same number of attempts. D. Once each player on a team has attempted a shot, any player may take the next shot. 5. Putting the Ball in Play 5.1 Faceoff A face-off will occur: A. to begin the 1 st period and each overtime period, B. following a double foul, C. if the ball leaves play and the referee is unsure who last touched it Face-offs will only occur at one of the five designated face-off spots. These spots will be the center court circle and the four free throw circles marked on the basketball courts Only two players may be involved in the face-off. Both players must have the blade of their stick resting on the floor when the referee drops the ball All players must be on the defensive side of the ball when a face-off is occurring. (revised 12/13/2012) 3

4 5.2 Indirect Free Shot 6. Playing the Ball An indirect free shot shall be used to put the ball into play following any whistle when a face-off is not used and to start the 2 nd and 3 rd periods A goal may not be scored directly from an indirect free shot. The ball must touch another offensive player, or be possessed by a defensive player, before a goal can be scored The defensive team must give the offensive team ten feet to put the ball into play. For restarts after a goalie freezing the puck, the offensive team must clear the attacking zone. A whistle will restart play, and the attacking team can reenter the zone once the defending team has made the first pass to restart play. PENALTY: (for continued violation) Minor Delay of Game The offense must wait until the referee blows the ready for play whistle before the ball is put into play Once an offensive player touches the ball, the defensive team may advance toward and play the ball After a goal, the ball will be put into play from the blue line closest to the goal of the team that was scored on. All players must be on their half of the court until the ball is played by the offense If the ball leaves play in either offensive zone, the team awarded the indirect free shot will have the ball placed at the nearest spot on the blue line. The ball will remain in the zone, and the defensive team must give the required distance If the ball leaves play between the two blue lines, the team being awarded the ball will take the indirect free shot from the nearest point that the ball left the playing area. The defensive team must give the required distance If a violation or penalty occurs, play will be resumed with an indirect free shot for the offended team from the spot nearest the violation or penalty. EXCEPTION: Violations or penalties by the defensive team in their zone will cause an indirect free shot from the nearest spot on the blue line. 6.1 Use of the Stick Except for the goaltender making a save, the ball may only be played with the stick if the ball is below the player s standing waist level. 6.2 Use of Hand The ball may be stopped and controlled by the hand, but may not be carried or held to the body. If any ball having been hand passed, is first touched by an opponent or ruled to have been an unintentional deflection or blocking of the ball, all players are eligible to play the ball. The goaltender is not allowed to throw the ball outside the zone Hand passes shall be administered at the point of stoppage unless the stoppage is in the defensive team s defensive zone; at which point the indirect free shot shall be brought to the nearest blue line. NOTE: Teams are not allowed to score as a result of gaining an advantage for any illegal act. If the ball is batted off the goaltender, a goal cannot be scored until control by the defending team or goaltender is achieved or a reasonable time elapses. 6.3 Diving For, Trapping the Ball No player other than the goalkeeper exercising their privileges shall pick up, cover or trap the ball with their hands or body. PENALTY: Minor. If by the defending team in the goal crease Penalty Shot. 6.4 Zone Play A player is offside when both shoes on the court are completely over the blue line involved in the play at the instant the ball completely crosses the line. The position of the player s shoes and not that of his or her stick shall be the instances in deciding an offside. To establish on side, one shoe must be on the blue line. (revised 12/13/2012) 4

5 6.4.2 Any player, regardless of position of the ball from an opponent who has possession of it Any player is eligible to play the ball (on side): A. in that player s defensive zone, B. in that player s attacking zone provided the ball preceded that player into that zone, or C. in that player s attacking zone and the ball is passed there from the defensive zone by an opponent Once the ball enters the attacking zone on side, it remains on side until the ball is cleared beyond the offside line As long as the ball remains in any zone and does not completely cross a zone line, any player is eligible to play it On the opening face-off, the ball is in an offside position. For every other face-off, penalty, or violation, the offside/ on side status of the ball will not change If the ball is clearly intercepted by a member of the defending team in the attacking zone at or near the blue line and is carried or passed by their team beyond the center line, the offside shall be delayed and play permitted to continue even if a member of the attacking team has preceded the ball into the attacking zone. The referee shall drop his arm and allow play to continue if all attacking players in the attacking zone clear the attacking zone by making foot contact with the blue line. PENALTY: (for offside) Violation Indirect free shot for the defensive team at the blue line. 6.5 Goalkeeper Privileges The goalie may catch, hold, or cover the ball while in the crease Once the ball is covered by the goalie, the opposing team may not play it. All attacking team players must clear the zone to give the goalie room to release the ball After the opponents have cleared the zone and the referee has blown the whistle, the ball must be released into play within 5 seconds. PENALTY: Violation Indirect free shot for the offensive team in the corner The goalie may throw the ball to the side and not beyond the blue line, or put it on the floor and pass it anywhere with his or her stick The only player on the floor with goalie rights shall be the one using the goalie stick. If the goalie is pulled for an extra attacker, no player will have goalie rights. Penalties & Other Guidelines 7. Stalling or Delaying the Game 7.1 No player shall deliberately hold (freeze) the ball against the boards with a stick, foot or any other part of the body for more than 5 seconds without attempting to advance the ball. PENALTY: Violation Indirect free shot. 7.2 No players shall delay the game by unnecessarily adjusting equipment or clothing, tying shoes, celebrating after goals, conferring with managers, players or others, or committing any act for the obvious purpose of stalling. PENALTY: Play shall be immediately started, even though the players are not ready. After a team has once been warned for delay, subsequent violations call for a Minor Penalty. (If more than one player, Captain s choice of players on the court at the time of the delay). 7.3 No player shall delay the game by standing on the ball anywhere on the court for more than 3 seconds. PENALTY: Violation Indirect free shot. 8. Icing 8.1 This tournament will not observe icing. 9. Intentionally Causing the Ball to Leave Rink (revised 12/13/2012) 5

6 9.1 No player shall cause the ball to leave the rink for the obvious purpose of stopping play. PENALTY: Minor. If on goalkeeper, Minor (Captain s choice of players on the court). 10. Interference 10.1 Interference with an opponent not playing the ball, in the sense of providing interference, affording protection or creating a pick for a teammate is not permitted anywhere under any circumstances. Contact between players is not necessary for interference to occur. PENALTY: Minor 10.2 Waiving of arms in front of a goalkeeper by an opponent is interference. PENALTY: Minor 10.3 A player, whether in the act of covering or being covered, may never cross-check, hook, hold, shove, push or charge an opponent. A player may, however, guard, cover or maintain position against an opponent not playing the ball by standing in front of that player, even touching the opponent with some part of the body. However, they may not create a pick on the passback. PENALTY: Minor. If flagrant, Major 11. Goal Keeper Play of the Ball 11.1 A team shall have only one goalkeeper or player with goalkeeper s equipment and privileges on the court at any one time. In case a player is substituted for the goalkeeper they shall be given the same privileges as the goalkeeper, and they must report to the referee as the goalkeeper, only at a stoppage of play Within the goal crease, the goalkeeper has certain privileges. The goalkeeper: a. May, in stopping the ball, catch, trap, cover, kick or bat it with their hands, feet or stick in any direction. In clearing the ball, the goalkeeper may pick it up, carry it out of the crease, or throw in the defensive zone. In doing these things, the goalkeeper shall move immediately to play the ball or play shall be stopped; NOTE: A quick whistle occurs if the goaltender covers a ball with players in the immediate vicinity. (The goalkeeper must be in contact with the crease to legally freeze the ball). b. May not deliberately conceal the ball in his equipment; c. May not deliberately throw the ball over the blue line; d. May not deliberately throw or bat the ball over the boards; e. May not interfere with an opponent who is playing the ball; f. May not intentionally displace the goal to disrupt or delay play; g. May not use stick (whether contact is made or not) to intimidate or harass an opponent: h. May play the ball with his stick at any height, but if contact results from the goalkeeper s high stick, he shall be penalized; PENALTY: In (a), indirect free shot for the goalkeeper. In (b) and (c), indirect free shot for the offensive team at the blue line. In (d) through (g), Minor. If continued in (g) and (h), Major. NOTE: Any minor time penalty incurred by a goalkeeper, whether for a foul within his privileged area or elsewhere, shall be served by a teammate on the court at the time of the infraction and chosen by their (the fouling goalkeeper s) captain When outside the goal crease, the goalkeeper does not have the privileges of Article 2 and shall play the ball in the same manner as prescribed for other players and is subject to the same penalties as other players. (Goalkeepers may not participate in play with any part of their body or stick beyond the center red line) The goalkeeper must be in possession of the stick at all times unless: a. he is making a play on the ball, or b. he elects not to use the stick. PENALTY: Penalty Shot. 12. Holding 12.1 There shall be no holding of an opponent, or an opponent s stick, with the hand, arm, leg, broom or otherwise, except that it shall be permissible for a player to lift the stick of the opponent with their own stick. Such lifting up shall be only momentary and only for the purpose of obtaining the ball or preventing the opponent from playing it. This does not permit lifting or raising near the hands of an opponent or with the stick across and against (revised 12/13/2012) 6

7 the opponent s body, or the raising of the opponent s broom so high that player progress is stopped. PENALTY: Minor. 13. Dangerous Play 13.1 Players may not lift the stick above the waist. This includes the wind-up and followthrough during a shot Players may not slide across the court for any reason Players may not play the ball while in contact with the ground with any part of the body other than feet or hands. PENALTY: Indirect free shot Delayed High Stick. If a player is going to be called for lifting the stick above the waist with a player nearby, but the other team has the advantage of allowing play to continue, a foul shall not be called. In the same situation, if contact is made with another player. PENALTY: High Sticking No player shall body check an opponent at any time or in any manner. This includes pushing, shoving, elbowing, holding, charging, jumping at or playing the body in any other manner. PENALTY: Minor. If flagrant, Major No player shall: a. thrust the stick into an opponent with both hands unless part of the stick is on the floor and the primary effort is toward the ball not the opponent (cross checking); b. swing the stick at an opponent with unnecessary force, regardless or height (slashing); c. force an elbow or knee into an opponent (elbowing); d. trip or slash at an opponent (including the opponent s stick above the blade) with a stick, leg, foot or sliding body-block (hooking/tripping/slashing). PENALTY: Minor. If flagrant, Major. 14. Time Penalties 14.1 Time penalties are: Minor 3 minutes of game time; Major 5 minutes of game time; Major and Disqualification 5 minutes of game time and disqualification from game; Major and Ejection 5 minutes of game time served by a substitute and ejection from game; 14.2 The time shall be served by the offending player unless otherwise specified. That player shall report immediately to the penalty box and remain there until the supervisor indicates the penalty time has expired. If a game disqualification penalty is also imposed on the player, that player shall be represented by a teammate in the penalty box No player who is serving a penalty in the penalty box may return to the court without permission of the supervisor or referee, until expiration of the penalty. PENALTY: Minor 14.3 Major penalties do not terminate when a goal is scored If the penalty time is unexpired at the end of a period, the penalty carries over into the next regular period or overtime During play a team shall not be reduced by time penalties so that is has fewer than three players, including the goalkeeper, on the court at any time. NOTE: When two players of the same team are serving penalties and a third player of that team is penalized, the time of the third player begins immediately. However, the offending team may not return a player to the court until only one player is serving a penalty. When the first player s time expires, he/she may return to the bench, but the team must still play two players short A player s second penalty is automatically a Major penalty. A player s second Major penalty will result in disqualification from the game. This could occur after a player s second or third penalty. 15. Minor Penalty 15.1 A minor penalty shall be assessed for: a. Making more than one line change during a stoppage of play; b. A goalkeeper s holding the ball while entirely outside the crease; (revised 12/13/2012) 7

8 c. Failure to take the court promptly at the start of a period; d. A substitute taking the court before the departing player is off the court; e. Too many players on the court; f. Extra player from team or penalty bench prevents or attempts to prevent a breakaway attempt at goal. Also penalty shot and misconduct; g. Lifting a stick above the waist in traffic or on a face-off; h. Contacting a player who is ready to participate in a face-off or indirect free shot; i. Playing the ball above shoulder level; j. Playing with a broken stick or retrieving a whole stick improperly; k. Withholding an opponent s stick; l. Stalling; m. Intentionally causing the ball to leave the court; n. Interference; o. A goalkeeper interfering with an opponent who is not playing the ball; p. Body checking an opponent; q. Personal fouls; r. Failure to leave the court when directed to do so during an altercation; s. Holding; t. Intentionally displacing the goal; u. Returning to the court before penalty time expires; v. A coach entering the court; 15.2 If a goal is scored while a team has fewer players on the court than the opposing team because of one or more minor penalties, the first minor penalty shall terminate When minor penalties on two players of the same team terminate at the same time, only one player shall return to the court at the expiration of time unless those two players were the only two players in the penalty box, in which case, both may return When a minor penalty is assessed to a goalkeeper, the penalty time shall be served by a teammate on the court at the time of the infraction, chosen by the captain of that goalkeeper s team. 16. Major Penalties 16.1 A major penalty shall be assessed for: a. Charging into, roughing, physically interfering with, or any foul against a goalkeeper who is in his goal crease; EXCEPTION: Waving arms in front of the goalkeeper is a Minor Penalty. b. Flagrantly lifting of the stick on face-off; c. An injury caused by use of the stick; d. Flagrant throwing of the stick; e. A thrown stick which is intended to cause injury; f. Molesting an official, also Ejection; g. Refusal to obey a referee s decision; h. Flagrant personal fouls; i. Deliberately injuring or attempting to injure an opponent, also Ejection; j. Leaving the bench during an on-court altercation, also Ejection; k. Retaliating with a blow or attempted blow against an opponent, also Ejection; l. Entering the game with illegal equipment (also misconduct); m. A penalized player s continued disrespect or refusal to proceed directly to the penalty box; n. Unsportsmanlike conduct; o. A second minor penalty When a major penalty is assessed to a goalkeeper, the penalty time shall be served by the goalkeeper. A replacement goalkeeper on the court shall be allowed for the penalized goalkeeper. The penalized goalkeeper shall not go on the court until a stoppage of play at which time the goalkeeper declares a goalkeeper privileges. A team which has a penalized goalkeeper must play short-handed When disqualification accompanies a major penalty, the disqualified player may no longer participate, but he may remain in the team area for the duration of the game When ejection accompanies a major penalty, the ejected player may no longer participate, and he must leave the facility. 17. Penalty Shot 17.1 A penalty shot is awarded when: (revised 12/13/2012) 8

9 SCORING STREET HOCKEY RULES a. An extra player attempts to stop a break-away toward goal; b. A stick or equipment is thrown and interferes with play; c. A defending player other than the goalkeeper traps or covers a ball in the goal crease; d. A player deliberately displaces the cage to prevent a goal; e. A player fouls from behind an opponent who is in possession of the ball in the offending player s defensive zone when there are no defending players except the goalkeeper between the attacker and the defending team s goal. NOTE: If an infraction occurs which calls for a penalty shot the offended team has the option of accepting either the penalty shot or having a minor penalty assessed against the offending team. However, if the infraction should call for a major or misconduct penalty such penalties shall be served in addition to the awarding of a penalty shot A penalty shot should be conducted as follows. The ball shall be placed at center court. The player fouled (if no player has been fouled, the shot may be taken by any player of the non-offending side who is not serving a penalty when play is stopped for a penalty shot [Captain s choice]), when directed, plays the ball forward and tries to score. Once the ball is touched, the player attempting the penalty shot has 5 seconds to attempt a shot. If the player awarded the penalty shot is injured, the try may be taken by any teammate who is not serving a penalty. The ball must be kept in motion towards the opponent s goal and after taking the shot, play shall be considered complete. Should the forward motion of the ball stop, an immediate shot must be taken. A goal cannot be scored from a rebound. The goaltender may stop the ball in any legal manner. If the goaltender fails to stay in the crease until the ball crosses the blue line, or if the goaltender commits an infraction, the player is allowed to retake the penalty shot if the first attempt fails All players shall move behind the blue line and remain quiet until the shot has been completed. If a player other than the defending goalkeeper causes the penalty shot by another player to fail, a second attempt shall be awarded. And a misconduct penalty assessed to the player who interfered with or distracted the shooter. 18. GOALS 18.1 A goal is made when: a. the ball, entering from the front, passes between the goal posts, below the top of the net and completely across the goal line, EXCEPTION: A goal is disallowed when the ball is contacted above waist level. b. the ball is last touched by a defending player before it crosses the goal line, the goal is allowed regardless of the manner in which the ball was caused to cross the goal line, except when an attacking player has propelled the ball other than with his stick, or illegally with his stick and it bounds or deflects off the person or equipment of the goalie or any other defensive player, the goal shall not be allowed, nor shall it be allowed if it results from an indirect free shot as in c. the ball is deflected into the goal from the shot of an attacking player by striking any part of the person of the same team, a goal shall be allowed A goal shall be disallowed when: a. the ball is kicked, thrown, or otherwise deliberately directed into the goal by an attacking player with any means other than his stick, b. the attacking team has committed a foul which assisted in the making of a goal, c. the attacking team has too many players on the court at the time the goal was made, d. the ball hits an official and goes directly into the net, e. an attacking player carries the ball into the goal while it is resting upon any part of his body, f. an attacking player interferes with the goalie, g. a goal is made after a referee or timekeeper has signaled play to stop, (revised 12/13/2012) 9

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