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USA Hockey Officiating Seminar Presentation Designed by Leonard Edling Edited for USA Hockey by Bob Fryer Additional altering by Joanne Nakaso

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Welcome to Level 1 Seminar Purpose To audit the nuts and bolts and essentials of directing To build up consistency in administering To wipe out "inventiveness" in directing Introduction of staff Review of timetable Breaks Ice Time Lunch

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Welcome to Level 1 Seminar What is anticipated from me ? (as an Official) Be on time! Take notes Ask questions Work hard Have fun Who are you and what are you doing here?

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Officiating Program Overview

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Local Officiating Program All volunteer project District Referee-in-Chief Greg Lucker Local Supervisor of Officials Chris Leahy

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Registration Procedures Mail finished USA Hockey structure with charge to national office Take open-book exam from USA Hockey Minimum passing score – 35/50 for Level 1 Register and finish area workshop Completion of course rundown is sent to USA Hockey When finished with all prerequisites Card and peak are sent from national office

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Member Benefits Insurance (restorative and risk) Summer Officials\' advancement camps Regional National Women\'s Camp Select Regional & National Championships

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Member Benefits International Program Elite Officiating Experience International competitions Olympic Games Publications Manuals American Hockey Magazine Stripes Newsletter

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Member Benefits District Officiating Seminars Instructor Training sessions Evaluation Program Mentor Program Local occasions

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Personal Appearance

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Looking the Part Positive impression Build validity Defines part as an official Good looks supplement great abilities Commands regard

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Personal Appearance Face Hair General condition

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Equipment Needs Helmet Mandatory Black in shading Good condition Visor-firmly suggested Sweater Long-sleeved Trousers Black

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Equipment Needs Girdle security Skates Well kept up Clean white bands No goalie skates! Container and supporter Leg monitors Elbow watches

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Officials\' Supplies Whistles Finger sort Minimum of 2 Rule book (USA Hockey & League) Referee\'s manual(s) Equipment pack Tape

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Officials\' Supplies Telephone numbers Assignors Supervisors Officials Pen and Note cushion ("riot cushion") Cut skate bands Soap and towel

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Off-Ice Dress for Regular Games What to wear Nice apparel Neat, perfect and clean No group coats Avoid T-shirts and pants (if conceivable) Why? Great early introduction Shows that authorities take pride in work

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Well prepped slick appearance Proper On-Ice Attire Black cap Sweater Crest Finger shriek Clean white bands Black trousers Well looked after skates

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Physical Conditioning

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Stretching Purpose of extending To get or keep up adaptability To diminish capability of future damage Basic extending standards Stretch significant muscle bunches from head to toe Stretch gradually with controlled developments

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Basic Stretches Neck Arms and shoulders Trunk and back Groin Quadriceps Calves Ankles

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Importance of General Fitness Promotes general great wellbeing Enhances execution on the ice Enhances respectability of execution through physical appearance

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General Fitness Exercises Aerobic High heart rate for a timeframe (cardiovascular-based) Anaerobic Muscle-based with short blasts of cardiovascular movement Best consolidate both oxygen consuming and anaerobic Average 3 times each week

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Fundamentals of Skating

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Importance of Skating Well Basic building square Helps to improve position Which upgrades vision Which upgrades judgment Helps to set up validity when you stay aware of the play

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Referee Skating versus Player Skating View Referees dependably turn and quit confronting the play Posture Head should dependably be up Tight skating paths along the loads up Different arm swing from players Always front to back to build effectiveness

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Balance Knee twist most critical Use inside edges Shoulder, knee and wad of foot adjusted Head up

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Ready Position During stoppages (2 sorts) Standing upright with hands at sides (prepared position) Hands on knees During play Never have hands on knees Always stand upright with body calculated toward the play (45 degree point)

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Arm Swing Similar to runner (front to back) Strive to take out Stick conveying stance Side to side arm swing Dog paw Clenched clench hands

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Forward Stride Long intense steps are key Exaggerated knee twist Thrusts begin with (weight) on heel then reaches out through the sharp edge to toe pushing down "through the ice" Full recuperation Weight exchange Thrust out with inverse skate All skating happens starting from the hips Upper body stays "trained"

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Pre-Game Responsibilities

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Officiating Etiquette Punctuality 30 minutes earlier (least) Second check of hardware when touching base in room Officials\' changing area No guests Private base camp Politely request that undesirable guests leave

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Sociability Short discussions with players and mentors: be courteous Avoid assessments of different authorities Avoid disputable matters

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Stretching Before each amusement Every real muscle bunch Heighten heart rate Good warm-up an unquestionable requirement

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On-Ice Warm-up Go onto ice 3-5 minutes before groups Skate at warm-up pace Practice turns, stops, begins: forward and in reverse Practice skating in Officials\' skating paths Watch and screen warm-ups

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Visual Inspection of Playing Area Check for: Defective ice, loads up, glass, entryway openings Clock and seat areas Off-Ice Officials in position Illegal face veils and protective caps Checking the objectives Holes in mesh (fix, if essential) Posts legitimately moored Warped objective casings Familiarize yourself with field

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Conducting Face-Offs

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Officials\' Stance Feet shoulder width separated Shins parallel Puck held in non-shriek hand Puck hand lower arm lays on hip nitwit up and looking forward

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Holding the Puck Two acknowledged strategies Thumb on top, index finger at the edge Thumb and little finger as an afterthought, other fingertips on top Thumb must stay in contact with puck Officials ought to attempt distinctive procedures Both players must have an equivalent perspective of the Puck should dependably arrive level Face-off ought to be reasonable

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Dropping the Puck Officials must be prepared first Simultaneous out and down movement Bend knees as puck begins first Puck must land level and stay stationary Puck must arrive on focus of go head to head spot Do not flick wrist preceding puck drop Push the puck to the ice

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Players\' Positions Centers Attacking player\'s stick down first Stick stationary on white half moon When no spot exists: one stick length separated Shoulders square with end loads up

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Players\' Positions Other players Same side of circle as focus Outside of circle: incorporates sticks On their side of the hash marks Which authority is in charge of which players? Official leading go head to head Centers and players before him Partner Players behind the official directing the go head to head

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Moving into Position After Face-Off Drop puck Pause to view play Look behind you Back to side loads up Keep play before you Proceed to position confronting play Hustle just when clear to move

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Center Ice Face-Off Technique Start of the period Signal Goalkeepers (Goal Judges) Face and flag Timekeeper Following an objective Face the players\' seats

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Puck Hand-Offs Hand shake method Place the puck level in palm of accomplice Receiving official closes hand solidly on puck Professional look when perfect and fresh Everyone is watching you amid this time

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Referee Position: 3 Man System

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Importance of Proper Positioning Fundamental building piece Field of vision Enables Official to see however much activity as could reasonably be expected Provides Official with safe survey regions Keeps Official off the beaten path Officials\' "No-Man\'s-Land" Area that Officials must stay out of amid play

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Field of Vision

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Starting The Game Center Ice face-offs Beginning of diversion: face the Timekeeper Conduct go head to head Back toward side loads up keeping play in field of vision

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Positioning: Following Play moves from Neutral Zone to End Zone Follow play 15-20 feet behind Stay along loads up (5-10 feet) when play is on own side of arena Move just when way is clear

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10-15 ft. Play

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Positioning: Following Play in Neutral Zone (transitional play) Skate gradually until play takes a distinct bearing Stop and watch play at whatever point conceivable Use a completely open field of vision to peruse Play turns around course Stop along loads up and permit play to pass Follow at the prescribed separation

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Positioning at last Zone and on the Goal Line Skate into End Zone Skate hard into End Zone No drifting keep feet moving Get to the Goal Line rapidly, yet just when way is clear Never sliced through go head to head spot

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Positioning at last Zone and on the Goal Line Proper utilization of Home Base Easy to move toward objective when shot on objective Easy to move back to corner when play moves to the Referee\'s side Following play out of the zone Maintain appropriate separation Wait on Goal Line until the play unquestionably leaves the zone

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Positioning During Face-Offs Neutral Zone face-offs Closer to the closest objective, inverse side of ice Out 15 feet from loads up 30 degree edge End Zone face-offs On Goal Line inverse side of ice At Home Base Ready position After objectives Face players\' seats

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Face-Off Neutral Zone

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