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Position of the puck
Position of the players' skates
Position of the players' stick
Position of the players' body
Wash out the icing.
Wash out the minor penalty but assess the game misconduct penalty.
Wash out both penalties to Team A, as Team B scored.
Assess minor penalty and a game misconduct for checking from behind.
Wash out the goal and assess both the minor and game misconduct.
The minor penalty on delay.
The minor penalty being served.
No penalty expires.
Warn the goalie to ask for permission before attending to his own bench.
Give the bench 30 seconds to repair the equipment or be assessed a minor penalty for delay of game.
Assess a minor penalty for delay of game against the goaltender.
Assess a minor penalty for interference to the player that shot the stick to the goaltender.
Assess a penalty to the goaltender for illegally receiving a stick.
Assess no penalty.
He stays in the box to serve out the remainder of his penalty.
His penalty is washed out as a result of the successful penalty shot.
Cancel the first penalty against Team B and release the player who has served the longest time in the penalty box.
Cancel the second penalty against Team B because that player caused his team to be shorthanded.
Cancel neither penalty against Team B because the first penalties were deemed to be "coincidental."
Break up the altercation but assess no penalties, as the incident took place after the game and away from the ice.
If warranted, assess penalties and add them to the game sheet.
Assess a minor penalty for interference to Team A.
Call a penalty shot and give Team A an opportunity to replace its goaltender.
Award Team B a goal, as the player was a clear break toward an empty net.
Assess no penalty as the player with the puck took no steps to protect himself.
Assess no penalty because the player along the boards was facing the player who checked him.
Assess a penalty for boarding.
Call no penalty as a sliding player cannot be penalized for being unable to control his/her body while sliding across the ice.
Call no penalty as it was the sliding player's shoulder that made contact with the other player's skates.
Call a minor penalty for tripping.