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  1. Positioning : Two Official System Presentation Designed by Illinois Hockey Officials Association

  2. Importance of Being in Proper Position • Fundamental building block • Enables official to see as much action as possible (enhancing judgment) • Provides official with safe viewing areas • Keeps official out of the way • Keeps official out of “ No Mans Land “

  3. Field of Vision

  4. No Man’s Land

  5. Starting the Game • One Official at center ice • ( Facing Timekeeper ) • Partner on opposite side of ice on center red line • Continually switching ends throughout the game • When puck is dropped, free official moves with the play • Move in a direction that will put your partner in a safe position • Don’t skate into the play

  6. Positioning During Play • Play leaving Neutral Zone and enters Attacking Zone • Free official is at line before play • Official moves to goal line after making call at blue line • Deep official is responsible for watching play • Official on blue line watches in front of goal • Partner moves up to blue line

  7. Watches Behind Play Watches Play

  8. Positioning During Play • Play reverses and goes into opposite attacking zone • Back official must wait at blue line to be sure play is leaving the zone • Back official moves to his line backwards • Makes call at blue line and follows play into zone • Partner skates quickly out of zone as players leave zone • Moves up to blue line

  9. Play

  10. Positioning During Play • Play in the Neutral Zone • Both officials at their respective blue lines • ( Skates in the Attacking Zone ) • Officials always diagonally across from each other

  11. Play

  12. Positioning During Face-offs • Neutral Zone face-offs • Official directly opposite side of the face-off • Must be ready to move in either direction with the play • Play goes toward his own end : follow and partner will respond • Play goes toward partners end: follow and continue with play

  13. Play

  14. Positioning During Face-offs • End zone face-offs • Diagonally opposite on far blue line ( 10 feet from boards and inside zone ) • Maintains line until play leaves zone • Official conducting face-off moves to goal line or out of zone with play

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  16. Positioning in the End Zone and on the Goal Line • Skating into end zone • Skate hard into end zone • No coasting keep feet moving • Get to goal line quickly, but only when the path is clear • Never cut through the face-off spot

  17. Positioning in the End Zone and on the Goal Line • Proper use of home base • Easy to move toward goal when shot on goal • Easy to move back to corner when play moves to referees side • Following play out of zone • Move quickly out of zone so partner can release blue line • Anticipate the play leaving the zone

  18. Golden Triangle Home Base

  19. Post Game Positioning • At the buzzer • Check ice first for altercations • During hand shake line • Officials on each side of line diagonally across from each other • Removed from players

  20. X O X O X O X O X O X O

  21. Retrieving the Puck • Normal Stoppages • Official in zone of stoppage spots face-off • Partner retrieves puck, hands off and returns to position

  22. Normal Stoppages

  23. Retrieving the puck • After goal • Official in zone of goal reports goal and assists • Partner retrieves the puck and conducts ensuing face-off

  24. After Goal

  25. Retrieving the puck • After penalty • Official assessing penalty reports penalty • Partner retrieves puck and conducts face-off

  26. After Penalty

  27. Any Questions?