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2009-11 RULE CHANGES

   
Annual General Meeting: 2009 – Saskatoon, SK
Presented By: CBF Officials Committee
Article # : Appendix E Signals (NEW)
ADD:

TOO MANY PLAYERS ON THE ICE": The official makes a circling motion with his/her whistle hand. The fingers are pointed down during this motion.

   
Annual General Meeting: 2009 – Saskatoon, SK
Presented By: CBF Officials Committee
Article # : 49 – Overtime Period
Change to Read :

‘‘ b) In overtime, the teams shall play three against three, plus goaltenders. Goaltenders must be in the net at all times. Exception : Delayed penalty. ‘’

Reason for Change:

b) In overtime, the teams shall play three against three, plus goaltenders. Goaltenders must remain in their defensive zone at all times. Exception : Delayed penalty

   
Annual General Meeting: 2009 – Saskatoon, SK
Presented By: CBF Officials Committee
Article # : 49 – Overtime Period
Currently Reads: ‘‘ f) If a team earns a penalty, the team at fault shall be deprived of one player on the ice and the game shall continue with two players against three. Reference : The minimum number of players on the ice in overtime is three for each side, including the goaltender. (Chapter 5 – Introduction)
.If a team earns an additional penalty(s) while currently serving a penalty, the additional penalty(s) shall be delayed and shall start when the first penalty expires.‘’
Change to Read :

DELETE

   
Annual General Meeting: 2009 – Saskatoon, SK
Presented By: CBF Officials Committee
Article # :

49 – Overtime Period

Currently Reads:

‘‘ h) If a minor or major penalty is given simultaneously to both teams, teams shall play two against two plus the goaltender. If one or both teams earn an additional penalty, the penalty(s) shall be delayed and shall start when the first penalty(s) expire.‘’

Change to Read :

DELETE

   
Annual General Meeting: 2009 – Saskatoon, SK
Presented By: CBF Officials Committee
Article # : 49 – Overtime Period
Currently Reads:

‘‘ i) If a minor or major penalty is given simultaneously to both teams, but one player receives four (4) minutes and the other only received two (2) minutes, the teams shall play two on two plus goaltenders for the first two minutes then the one team will have a three against two power play for the remaining two (2) minutes.‘’

Change to Read : i) If a minor or major penalty is given simultaneously to both teams, but one player receives four (4) minutes and the other only received two (2) minutes, the teams shall play three on two plus goaltenders (the advantage will be effective immediately). The team with the four (4) minute penalty must place a player from the ice surface into the penalty box to serve the extra two (2) minute penalty. This player shall return to the ice when the two (2) minute penalty expires if no goal is scored.
   
Annual General Meeting: 2009 – Saskatoon, SK
Presented By: CBF Officials Committee
Article # : 55 B) Goaltender Substitution/Privilege
Currently Reads:

‘‘b) 1) A goaltender substitution for an additional attacker may be made at any time in the game, in the allowed manner and as often as the team coach wishes.’’

Change to Read : Add : ‘’Exception : Overtime (see Article 49 b)’’
   
Annual General Meeting: 2009 – Saskatoon, SK
Presented By: CBF Officials Committee
Article # : 56 A) THE ACCEPTED PASS
ADD:

‘‘ d) Hand pass made by the goaltender. (while in the goal crease)
NOTE : Play shall be whistled down immediately if any player including the goaltender throws the ball (overhand or underhand) in the direction of the attacking teams zone. The face-off shall occur in the offending teams’ defensive zone.’’
Article 99 Definition; Article101 c) and Article 55 Under GOALTENDER PRIVLEGE d) will still be enforced.

   
Annual General Meeting: 2009 – Saskatoon, SK
Presented By: CBF Officials Committee
Article # :

80 Simultaneous Minor Penalties

Currently Reads:

‘‘c) If simultaneous minors are assessed during regulation time, the game continues into overtime. The teams will start the overtime period 4 on 4. The penalized players will return to the ice surface or teams bench following a stoppage of play after the expiry of their penalty.’’

Change to Read : The teams will start the overtime period 3 on 3 plus goalies.
   
Annual General Meeting: 2009 – Saskatoon, SK
Presented By: CBF Officials Committee
Article # : 99 Forbidden Stop
Currently Reads: ‘‘In overtime play, it is forbidden for a player in his/her defensive zone to save the ball while in contact with the goaltender’s crease, except if the ball precedes the player into the crease. Sanction : Minor Penalty – Delay of Game. Note : A defensive player may receive a pass while he is in the crease.’’
Change to Read :

Delete.
(Note : If this passes, all remaining articles will need to be re-numbered)

   
Annual General Meeting: 2009 – Saskatoon, SK
Presented By: CBF Officials Committee
Article # : 100 Forbidden Freezing of the Ball
Currently Reads:

‘‘Definition : Any player who DELIBERATELY freezes, lifts carries or closes his/her hand over the ball. Sanction : Minor penalty – Delay of Game.
c) 3rd Specification : If in overtime the ball is frozen in the goal crease. Sanction : Minor penalty – Delay of Game’’

Change to Read:

Delete c).
(NOTE : If this passes, the 4th specification will become the 3rd specification)
(Note : If this passes, all remaining articles will need to be re-numbered)

   
Annual General Meeting: 2009 – Saskatoon, SK
Presented By: CBF Officials Committee
Article # :

130 Fighting

Change to Read :

Add : ‘’h) 8th Specification : Any player who intentionally removes his/her helmet to engage in a fight, or at any time during a fight.’’
Sanction : Game Misconduct




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