Offside in ice hockey

In the event of a violation of the rules to enter the area, it is recxxorded – offside. It is indicated if the puck is in the area of ​​one of the opposing teams and the player of the opposing team is in the area (if both of his skates are completely behind the line defining the zone contour).

The assistant referee raises his hand, and if the attacking team’s player touches the ball or it reaches the target, the game stops. A specified confrontation in the middle area.

If there is no contact with the puck, the game will resume, but offside will continue until all attacking players leave the opponent’s area or the puck leaves the area. If any of these conditions are met, the assistant referee must lower his hand and the teams will continue the game.

Offside in ice hockey

Depending on the severity of the violation in ice hockey, one of the following fines may apply.

Minor faults

Launched for minor breaks. Players are removed for 2 minutes without a substitution. If the goalkeeper receives a penalty, any player present on the field of the choice of the coach of the offending team will be penalized. It could be one goal ahead of time.

Team faults

This is the situation where the whole ice hockey team made the fault. Usually for a digital power violation, when the result of a change is made incorrectly on the ice there is an extra field player. Any player of a coach’s choice is serving a penalty. It could be one goal ahead of time.

Major faults

Players (at the option of the captain) are deleted for 5 minutes without a substitution.

Discipline

Players are removed for 10 minutes with replacements. After the penalty time, the penalized player can leave the penalty frame at the first stop of the game. Violated many times by a player will be penalized with a disciplinary penalty until the end of the game.