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How many penalties are coincidental in an ice hockey game?


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2010-01-21 20:53:20
2010-01-21 20:53:20

Coincidental penalties are determined by the officials and very in length and frequency.

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You can get as many penalties as you want if they are not very dirty.

In the NHL, there are two referees (who call penalties and signal goals) and two linsemen (who call offsides, icing, delay of game, and too many men).

As many as the team earns. A specific player can be kicked off the ice after 3 or more major penalties, though.

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Hockey? Tripping, slashing, holding, high sticking are four of many penalties in hockey.

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There are two referees in an ice hockey game and two linesmen.

There are basically two types of penalities...major and minor.Minor penalties include such things as:TrippingHookingSlashingHigh Stickingand for those you get 2minutes in the "penalty box"Major penalties include such things as:FightingHigh Sticking and drawing bloodDisputing a callFor those you get 10minutes

2 on the pitch who make decisions based on the game and implement the rules of hockey. At the top top level, they can be assisted by numerous individuals (including Technical Directors etc) who will help with timing, implementing penalties etc.

There is no limit to how many goals a team can score in a hockey game.

There are the minor penalties which are Tripping, Slashing, Interference, , Delay of game, Cross-Checking, Spearing, Throwing The Stick, Holding The Stick, Holding, Roughing, Clipping, Goalie Interference, Elbowing, Kneeing, High-Sticking and Hooking. There are also the Major penalties which are Fighting, Hit from behind, Boarding, Intent to injure, Misconduct, Charging and Kicking

In European hockey and IIHF championships fighting is punished by a major penalty, ejection from the game and a suspension for the next game. In college hockey I understand fighting is also punishable by a game ejection but I don't know if a next game suspension is given. In the NHL, North American minor leagues, and Canadian major junior hockey fighting carries a five minute major penalty. However, in these leagues, despite the penalties, fighting is somewhat encouraged and is viewed as part of the game. Many commentators such HNIC's Don Cherry glorify the fighting aspect of the pro game.

Depends on how many infractions are committed by players/teams during the game!

A player can take as many 2 minute minor penalties or 5 min major fighting penalties as the coach will allow. Misconduct penalties are 10min penalties and like the first two types the player can take multiple and still stay in the game. If the coach allows. One match penalty or one game misconduct penalty and the player is out of the game and must immediately go to the dressing room until the end of the game.

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Tripping, elbowing, roughing, high-sticking, delay of the game, too many men on the ice, charging, holding, interference, hooking, diving, delay of game, cross-checking, and instigating are some examples of minor penalties.

There are 3 periods in a hockey game. If the game is tied after 3 periods, there is an overtime. If that doesn't end in one team scoring, there can be a shootout or as many overtimes as needed.

Anywhere from 2 (shoot-out to 12 (6 from each team, full-strength). From there, you can have anything between 8 and 12, penalties. On one team there can only be 5 skaters and one goalie at a time, ranging down to two if there are penalties.

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