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Novice Program Changes for Tier 1 and Tier 2
Submitted By Erin Thompson on Monday, December 30, 2019


These changes come into effect December 9th or as soon as the home association can but the changes into play.

Associations may use a one man system, however in Tier 1 it’s recommended to use a two man system with a combination of one junior and one more experienced referee that have the ability to call Hockey Canada-OHF penalties.


 
December 2019
Novice South Program Changes for Tier 1 and Tier 2
Calling Penalties and Using the Penalty Box
These changes come into effect December 9th or as soon as the home association can but the changes into play.
Associations may use a one man system, however in Tier 1 it’s recommended to use a two man system with a combination of one junior and one more experienced referee that have the ability to call Hockey Canada-OHF penalties.
Procedure
-when the infraction takes place, the referee whistles the play dead, calls/signals the penalty and takes the player or players to the penalty box.

-the time keeper stops the clock when the whistle blows, the penalty will be the time remaining on the clock for that players shift plus one minute. The time keeper then documents the infraction on the score sheet.

-thus the player misses the time remaining on his/hers shift plus one minute and stays in the penalty box until his/her next shift.

 Example: Referee calls the penalty at 30 seconds remaining on the players shift. The penalty will be the total of the remaining time of the player’s shift 30 seconds plus 1 minute, totaling minute1:30 in the penalty box.

-the teams will always play 4 on 4 thus the team receiving the infraction will have to put another player on the ice for the remaining time on the clock.

-the non-offending team will gain possession in their  own zone and begin play on the Referee’s whistle.

-time keeper starts the clock again on the Referee’s whistle.

-at the next buzzer lines change the player that was put out to balance the lines 4 on 4 will stay on the ice and will be joined by his other line mates for their shift.

-next buzzer lines change, the player is released from the penalty box and rejoins his original line on the ice.

-game continues 4 on 4.
 
 
 
 
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