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Where should the refs stand in a shootout?

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04-14-2010, 06:29 PM
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Where should the refs stand in a shootout?

My team was screwed in our last shootout, where should the refs be?

I think one needs to be in the corner, the other one at the far side halfboards.

Does this sound correct?

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From memory I have always seen them just behind but even with the goal line about half way between the goal post and boards. basically in the corner somewhat.

Usually I have seen just one official. We play with international hockey rules and I think that is what I recall. Not sure if it was something I ever really paid attention to since i have not really been in any shootouts, the goal scorers were.

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how many ref's? in a 2 man system 1 stands below the goal line on the shooters forehand side. the other ref stays at center ice and follows the skater in on the opposite side of the other ref.

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1 Linesman at center ice.

Other Linesman and Head Referee on either side of the net on goal line.

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screwed in the SO? that's a first. please elaborate.....

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Two refs at my games, had a penalty shot last weekend and one was behind the goal line kind of towards the corner (goal judge) and the other at center ice.

Funny thing was, there was a shootout before one of our games and I guess they had a rule the goalie couldn't leave the crease before the shooter touches the puck (I'm no goalie so I never noticed)...they had to redo the shot about five times...hard to break that habit!

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that is a standard rule that the goalie can't leave the crease until the skater touches the puck. makes sense. you don't want the goalie starting right in front of the shooter.

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that is the rule, goalie must wait for shooter to touch the puck. cannot leave the crease until then. (I was talking earlier about a 2 ref system) what I was referring to was like most youth and mens leagues where you have only 2 on ice officials. that is referred to as a 2 man system. sorry for the confusion.

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...Aaand it's not like holding up at the blueline, neither skate can leave the crease before the shooter touches the puck.

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screwed in the SO? that's a first. please elaborate.....
Go guys into take a shootout, turns his body slowly drags the puck into the net. The ref rules it a double-tap.

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how many ref's? in a 2 man system 1 stands below the goal line on the shooters forehand side. the other ref stays at center ice and follows the skater in on the opposite side of the other ref.
hey sharp as a tack as always. Nice work homie.

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