2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Rule Changes This

2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation  Rule Changes  This

2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Rule Changes This is a non- rule change year Review of 2015-2016 MAJOR rule changes Six major changes were instituted They are outlined on page 5 of 2015-2016 Rulebook Do you remember what they were? How do you think we did with them? 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation So how did we adapt to the 2015 major rule changes? For the most part well Faceoff procedure This change received a great deal of positive feedback

Still some minor issues Over and Back Good feedback easier to officiate Still some issues with blowing dead and restarting Shot clock situations Some good some bad feedback Subjective but is there an answer? Continuation of play after time expires at end of quarters Good job really no issues Clarification of the Dive Work to be done Dead ball timeouts

Minor rule interpretation here. 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Faceoff Better for the game Easier if we do it right Clear violations Adjusting Our issues swisshistle Not to be used

Not our fault if players move Not varying whistle Helper not prepared or willing to call violations Lack of signal after violation 3 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Faceoff items from early season memo 3/20/15 Two officials conduct face off in the following manner. Single side official instructs players to go down and will make all physical adjustments to the faceoff men and their sticks. The lead left official checks neutral zone, player and stick position and verbally communicates this to the single side official and players. Both officials are responsible for calling violations.

Once the players are in the proper position, the single side official shall place the ball on the ground, in between the head of each Crosse, paying close attention to placing the ball IN THE MIDDLE of the head of each Crosse. 4 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Faceoff items from early season memo 3/20/15 Once the official is satisfied with the placement of the ball & of the positioning of the players crosses, he shall instruct the players to remain motionless by saying Set. MECHANICS NOTE: Officials will still have their hand on the crosses when the command of Set is given. After the Set command, the official shall back out and blow the whistle when he is clear of the scrimmage area. The official does not have to be stationary, and in all likelihood will still be moving backwards, when he blows the whistle to start play. The

whistle cadence will vary with every faceoff. Note: Players will be in the face-off position longer than in previous years and they MUST wait for the sounding of the whistle. 5 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Faceoff items from early season memo 3/20/15 From rule book it is illegal to kick, step on, or place any other body part to his Crosse or the Crosse of the opponent. It is illegal for a faceoff player to use his Crosse to hold or pin down either players cross.

EXAMPLE: If the elbow goes to the ground and then comes into contact with the cross of either player, a violation has occurred. This counts as one of the three violations per half. This new rule was added to decrease the length of time the faceoff players will be down scrumming for the ball. The Committees intent is to get the ball out quickly to create a ground ball. 6 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Faceoff items from early season memo 3/20/15 Further clarification even though the example mentions the elbow it relates to any body part that is used to gain an advantage on the faceoff. What is typically happening when this is at issue is the faceoff player is grounding himself in the neutral zone area to prevent movement and in particular forward movement of the opponents stick.

If a players first move is into the opponents body with the intention of not playing the ball this would be a violation and possibly more. If it is deemed that contact was severe enough for a personal foul then the correct ruling would be the following. A faceoff violation has occurred plus a personal foul. If it was the third faceoff violation then you would have two penalties one the in home would serve (technical) and one the player committing the personal foul would serve 7 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Faceoff When a violation occurs it is important for the teams to know the number of violations they have accumulated. The official that has blown the whistle for an infraction first must decide whether it is a faceoff violation or not. After the signal for the offense and it was determined to be a faceoff violation, the official after sounding the whistle to resume play the official will indicate to benches the total number of violation for the half on the team that just violated.

This will be done by a simple raising of the hand with the appropriate number of fingers per violation and stating as an example that is two on blue. 8 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Faceoff Single official: (SS) Will be in charge of conducting all face-offs. Will do all speaking & will blow the whistle to start play. Hold the ball in his hand as he says down. Adjust players after they initially go down into their position. Be sure to place the ball EXACTLY in the middle of the sticks. (Never in the throat) Be sure to say set with your hand still on the sticks of both players crosse (dont allow the ball to move). Delay & vary your whistle on every face-off.

9 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Faceoff Lead Left (L) Will assist on all face-offs Initially be close enough to adjust players when they are given the command down. Remain close enough hear the set call, but far enough away to get out quickly. Is responsible for the goal at his end of the field. Be aware of where the wing players are located (especially on the bench side) Visually watch for movement prior to the whistle & if observed, to make violation calls. (These calls must be made) Observe neutral zone

2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Faceoff Lead Right: (R) Will be in a position to watch both wing areas (prior to & after the whistle to start play) Be in a position to get to the goal at his end of the field In charge of all 20 second beepers after a goal is scored ROTATION: After a goal is scored: The lead official will retrieve the ball out of the goal & conduct the next face-off from the single side of the field. Depending upon which end the goal is scored the Single side official will rotate to bench side of the field & will either be the lead left & assist with the next faceoff OR be the lead right & start the 20 second delay of game beeper as well as watch the wing area players on the next face-off. HOME

VISITOR XXXXX R Responsibilities - wing line violations - goal line coverage - move on whistle - some possession calls - beeper to start play - time outs - line violations OOOOO L Responsibilities

- assist in adjusting players - F/O player movement after SET - post-whistle violations - goal line coverage - some possession calls - observe neutral zone R L SS SS Responsibilities - face-off commands/ communication - pre-whistle violations

w/bench-side help - Back toward far sideline - 30-second counts Updated 1/14/15 F/O Mechanics 12 HOME VISITOR XXXXX OOOOO

R TL L SS SS Updated 1/14/15 Rotation after goals 13 HOME

VISITOR XXXXX OOOOO R T L L SS SS Updated 1/14/15

Rotation after goals 14 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Faceoff Rule 4-3 - Rotation reminders: Lead official will get the ball after a goal & carry it to midline. Face-off officials should be (roughly) diagonally across from each other. Can we change what we do based on time or situation? Yes. Can you move your position to get the best view. Yes. Try not to be predictable on every face-off. Locate yourself to a different spot, based upon what has occurred on previous face-offs. (Which way has the ball gone before? Adjust to it)

2015 Rule Changes and Mechanic Presentation Faceoff - Rule 4-3 What does Move, rake, or direct the ball within 1 step mean? Intent get the ball moving Can a player jamb the ball in the back of the stick and stand up without taking 1 step? Yes, The Rule change was designed to allow face-off players to make the same initial moves as in previous years. However the player gaining possession must move the ball as described in Rule 4-3. 2015 Rules Changes & Mechanics Presentation

Possible Questions: Can face-off players move prior to the set call? Yes Can face-off players delay the process every time? No. If they do, call a violation. How quickly do we blow the whistle? Delay and vary your cadence every time. You should be moving backwards when the whistle is blown to start play. Do NOT stop to blow the whistle. Who restarts the play after a violation? Single Side official. 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation The Dive Rule 4-2 Two Types of players:

1.) Player in possession 2.) Player not in possession Two Types of goals scored: 1.) A player leaves his feet of his own volition 2.) A player stays grounded throughout the play 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation The DIVE Rule 4-2 Player in Possession Simply put If an attacking player, in possession of the ball and outside the crease area, dives or jumps (becomes airborne of his own volition) prior to, during, or after the release of the shot and lands in the crease (For any reason) the goal shall be disallowed. If he decides to leave his feet, he must land outside of the crease for the goal to count. If he stays grounded (does NOT launch himself) the can goal count.

An attacking player may legally score a goal (provided the ball enters the goal before the contact with the crease area), and his feet are grounded prior to, during, and after a shot. Running through the crease (after a goal) is different than launching. 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation The DIVE -Rule 4-21 The difference is the deliberate launching of ones self, compared to merely stepping, striding, falling etc.. after a shot when feet were grounded outside of crease. The 1st decision for officials is whether a player deliberately launched himself or not. If he deliberately launched himself & ends up in the crease for any reason. No Goal. The 2nd Decision: Foul or No Foul/Good goal-No goal

Dont use a foul as a crutch 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation The DIVE -Rule 4-21 The 2nd Decision Foul or No Foul/Good goal-no goal (continued) Player launching ones self No goal - however would may have a time serving foul. This will most likely occur more often than in previous years. Player remaining grounded and contact put him into the crease Was contact legal or illegal? The result is a good goal (providing no part of the attacking player touched the crease area prior to the ball entering the goal) If a foul: Technical foul it is wiped out If a foul: Personal foul the defensive player serves penalty, next face-off will be conducted man-down. 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation

The DIVE - Rule 4-21 Situations a goal shall count is when A player outside of crease in contact with the ground (grounded) shoots and falls, steps, rolls or runs in the crease after the ball enters the goal. Situations a goal shall not count when A player is illegally pushed in the crease and prior to the ball entering the goal touches crease, goal, or goalie. A player outside of crease in contact with the ground (grounded) shoots and falls, steps or runs in the crease prior to the ball entering the goal. 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation The DIVE - Rule 4-21 Player not in possession

A player could be receiving a pass (not in possession) & end up in the crease due to legal or illegal contact If a player leaves his feet (straight up) to catch a high pass & contact causes him to land in the crease, the goal will count (provided the ball entered the goal prior to any contact with the crease area.) The decision on legal or illegal contact will determine whether or not the defensive player will serve time. 2015 Rule Changes and Mechanic Presentation Stall Warning (Shot Clock) Rule 6-11 Until 2017 it can be a visible shot clock or game clock will be used Two methods 1.) Visible shot clock 2.) Game clock Visible shot clock

Operated by person outside of officiating crew Crucial to have a pregame conversation with clock operator. Duties - Refer shot clock operator to Rule 2-12, Page 22. Start/reset clock on game officials verbal and visual signal. Stop, start and restart shot clock in sync with game clock. Blow horn if shot clock expires without a reset. 2015 Rule Changes and Mechanic Presentation Stall Warning (Shot Clock) Rule 6-11 Using the Game Clock for the shot clock call. Officials are totally in charge of the call Initiate the clock on any of the zero increments on clock Example 1:00, 1:10, 1:20, 1:30 etc Most of the time the shot clock will end on a -0-. Exception: On any reset situation (defensive play-on or flag down) the reset of the shot clock and end of the shot clock may NOT end in -0-.

Officials must verbalize expiration time, Trail official must relay the # to the bench. Note: The horn or buzzer, at the end of Quarters or Shot Clocks does not stop play. Only the sounding of the officials whistle stops the play. 2015 Rule Changes and Mechanic Presentation Stall Warning (Shot Clock) Rule 6-11 Administration and mechanics Most of the rules from the old timer on are used except the following Starts/stops in sync with game clock. (20 second timers are no longer used) The official will verbalize using Shot Clock when initiated and Shot Clock off with hand wipe signal. Offensive timeout during shot clock will continue from point of stoppage. Inadvertent whistles will continue from point of stoppage.

Injury timeouts will be same as a normal timeout. Offensive equipment problems will continue from point of stoppage. Defensive Timeouts reset the 30 second shot clock. (Rule 6-11-d) 2015 Rule Changes and Mechanic Presentation Stall Warning (Shot Clock) Rule 6-11 Administration and mechanics What ends a shot clock once it has been put on A shot that hits goalie that is initiated above the goal line extended (does not matter in the crease or out of crease) A shot that hits the goal post that is initiated above the goal line extended A stoppage to administer a time serving foul Possession change What resets a shot clock once it has been put on? Any flag down or loose ball play-on by the defense A defensive timeout

2015 Rule Changes and Mechanic Presentation Stall Warning (Shot Clock) Rule 6-11 Administration and mechanics Excellent job improving consistency over the last 3 seasons Strive to be consistent (for that game) Same in 1st quarter as in the 4th quarter Prepare (pregame) & understand team tactics throughout the contest Timeout just prior to stalling call Need to factor in what they were doing before timeout and after play resumes. Did they call timeout to buy additional time prior to stall warning? Are they attacking the goal in the same manner as earlier?

2015 Rule Changes and Mechanic Presentation Stall Warning (Shot Clock) Rule 6-11 Triggers not all inclusive just some tips Items to consider that may trigger a shot clock situation Change in offense that no longer attacks the goal Offensive player standing in the attack area with the defense playing the ball Offense not setting picks to create a scoring opportunity Offense not trying break down their man 1 on 1 Offensive player beating his man and turns back instead of going to goal Offensive player in an obvious shooting position that chooses not to shoot or continually shoots high or wide 2015 Rule Changes and Mechanic Presentation Stall Warning (Shot Clock) Rule 6-11 Triggers tips (continued)

Items to consider that would not trigger a shot clock situation. Defense is better than the offense Defense in a packed in zone Defense switches from man to zone or zone to man Offense feeds the crease (attempt to create offense) Defense hung up on crease (however they dont get forever here) Deliberate offense that is run in a reasonable amount of time. 2015 Rule Changes and Mechanic Presentation Over and Back Rule 4-16 (new portion) Once the team in possession has satisfied the 30 second clearing count, the over & back rule applies to that team. If that team causes the ball to touch or cross the midline a turnover will result. (Last to touch & last to possess).

What to be aware of as the ball nears the midfield line. Who last touched? Who last possessed? Offensive Player possession & then stepping on the midline? Defensive ground ball & quick stick check causing loss of ball over the line. Was the original 30 second clearing count satisfied? Signals are VERY IMPORTANT. 2015 Rule Changes and Mechanic Presentation Over and Back Rule 4-16 (new portion) Result will be an immediate whistle or a play-on. When should a play-on be used? Limited it will need to be a quick and distinct advantage situation. Do not extend it See rule 7-10 page 80 Mechanic

Trail official (who is now going to be the lead official at the other end of the field), MUST be on the midline to observe this play. This official MUST also be aware that if a violation is whistled, he has the goal line at the other end of the field. The restart on this play will be blown in by the single side official (coming up towards the play). 2015 Rule Changes and Mechanic Presentation Over and Back Rule 4-16 (new portion) Signal for violation We will use the Universal over & back signal (same as the out & back into the crease signal). Everyone will know what the call is. NOTE A shot that hits the pipe & returns to the defensive end of the field will be treated the same as a defensive deflection. NO VIOLATION has occurred. A new 30 second clearing count will be started for the team that gains possession of the ball

2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Scoring rules 4-10, 4-11, and 4-28 It is now possible for play to continue after the horn sounds signifying the end of a quarter How If a player released the ball from his stick, on a shot, prior to the end of the quarter. Consider this as it is good if it goes in basketball. Deflections: Defensive deflection = good goal Offensive deflection = No goal if deflection is after the end of the quarter or sounding of the horn. Does this pertain to the shot clock also? Yes the same rules pertain to shot clock expiring

2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Scoring rules 4-10, 4-11, and 4-28 Mechanics Withhold your whistle in shooting situations at the end of shot clocks & quarters. Communicate with partners (verbalize short time) A game or quarter can end with goal that would result in not having a faceoff If a team shoots and scores a goal as the clock expires at the end of regulation and this score ties the game a stick check may be requested. If it is the winning goal no stick check. 2016 Rule and Mechanic Presentation Team timeouts -

Rule 4-27 (new portion) Intent - To eliminate a timeout for a team that has committed a turnover (non-time serving technical foul) when not entitled to the ball. A team not entitled to possession may not take a timeout in the following: Offsides, Warding off, Over & Back, Crease violation, Faceoff violation, Illegal Pick, etc. No stick check requests will be granted during non-time serving technical foul committed in field of play. Examples as listed above A defensive request for a timeout (if heard by the official) will result in a time-served technical foul. Either team may call timeouts in all other dead ball situations. Examples of these are: After a time served foul, injuries, equipment problems, any time the ball goes out of bounds (endline or sideline), etc.

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