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Upj Street Hockey Officials Certification Test - Quiz


This is a mandatory test for all officials in the UPJ Street Hockey League. You must pass with a 65% or better. 25 Questions 30 Minute Time Limit After passing this test you are eligible to officiate UPJ Street Hockey Games and will be a discount on membership fees. Once you pass an e-mail will be sent to the UPJSH Board and you will also be given a Certificate that you must give to a UPJSH Officer


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    I player raises their stick above the cross bar and the puck makes contact with any part of the stick and crosses the goal like. What is the correct call?

    • A.

      GOAL

    • B.

      No Goal- Face off to the side of shot

    • C.

      No Goal- High Stick (Face Off in Neutral Zone)

    • D.

      No Goal-High Stick (Face Off at centre Ice)

    • E.

      Goal- High Stick call

    Correct Answer
    C. No Goal- High Stick (Face Off in Neutral Zone)
    Explanation
    If a player raises their stick above the crossbar and the puck makes contact with any part of the stick and crosses the goal line, the correct call is "No Goal- High Stick (Face Off in Neutral Zone)". This means that the goal does not count because the player used a high stick to make contact with the puck. The face off will take place in the neutral zone to restart the game.

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  • 2. 

    A player from his own end sends the puck down ice crossing both center ice and the opposite goal line and it touched by the other teams player (Not Goalie) what is the call?

    • A.

      Icing

    • B.

      Icing if cleared during a Power Play

    • C.

      Icing if no penalty are current

    • D.

      Icing if cleared on Penalty Kill

    • E.

      Icing (other than on Penalty Kill)

    Correct Answer
    E. Icing (other than on Penalty Kill)
    Explanation
    If a player from his own end sends the puck down ice, crossing both center ice and the opposite goal line, and it is touched by the other team's player (not goalie), the call is icing. This means that the play is stopped, and the faceoff takes place in the defending team's zone. The exception is if the defending team is on a penalty kill, in which case icing is not called.

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  • 3. 

    A player starts a UPJ Scheduled game without all the mandatory equipment. What action is taken?

    • A.

      2- Minute Minor

    • B.

      Game Ejection of the player missing the equipment

    • C.

      2 Minute Minor and The player without the equipment is ejected

    • D.

      2 Minute Minor and The player without the equipment is ejected or until they can get all the necessary equipment.

    • E.

      No Action

    Correct Answer
    D. 2 Minute Minor and The player without the equipment is ejected or until they can get all the necessary equipment.
    Explanation
    If a player starts a UPJ Scheduled game without all the mandatory equipment, they will receive a 2 Minute Minor penalty. Additionally, the player without the equipment will be ejected from the game, unless they are able to obtain all the necessary equipment before the end of the game.

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  • 4. 

    Hand is extended above head and whistle is blown after the penalized team touches the puck.

    • A.

      High Stick

    • B.

      Delayed Penelty

    • C.

      Offsides

    • D.

      Goal

    • E.

      Penalty Shot

    Correct Answer
    B. Delayed Penelty
  • 5. 

    A forward motion of both arms, with the palms of the hands open and facing away from the body, fully extended from the chest at shoulder level.

    • A.

      Boarding

    • B.

      Checking From Behind

    • C.

      Interfearence

    • D.

      Pushing

    • E.

      Tripping

    Correct Answer
    B. Checking From Behind
    Explanation
    The given correct answer, "Checking From Behind," refers to a penalty in ice hockey where a player forcefully hits an opponent from behind, causing them to lose balance or crash into the boards. The description provided in the question matches the action of checking from behind, where both arms are extended and the palms are facing away from the body. This type of check is considered dangerous and can result in penalties or even injuries.

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  • 6. 

    Holdings both fists clenched, one immediately above the other at the height of the shoulders

    • A.

      Illegal Contact

    • B.

      Head Shot

    • C.

      High Sticking

    • D.

      Interfearence

    Correct Answer
    C. High Sticking
  • 7. 

    Referee points into the net

    • A.

      Goal

    • B.

      Tripping

    • C.

      Penalty On-

    • D.

      Assist

    Correct Answer
    A. Goal
    Explanation
    The referee pointing into the net indicates that a goal has been scored.

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  • 8. 

    Arms crossed above head, giving signal of stoppage in play.

    • A.

      High Stick

    • B.

      Delayed Penalty

    • C.

      Penelty Shot

    • D.

      Minor Penalty

    • E.

      Major Penelty

    Correct Answer
    C. Penelty Shot
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Penalty Shot. When a player crosses their arms above their head, it is a signal of stoppage in play. In ice hockey, a penalty shot is awarded to a player when they are illegally impeded from behind and have a clear scoring opportunity. The player takes a penalty shot alone against the opposing team's goaltender, with no other players on the ice except the goaltender.

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  • 9. 

    A chopping motion with the edge of one hand across the opposite forearm.

    • A.

      Tripping

    • B.

      Slashing

    • C.

      Hooking

    • D.

      Penalty Shot

    • E.

      Equipment Infraction

    Correct Answer
    B. Slashing
    Explanation
    Slashing refers to a chopping motion made with the edge of one's hand across the opposite forearm. This action is often considered a violation in sports such as ice hockey or lacrosse, where it is used as an aggressive move to strike an opponent's arm. Slashing can result in penalties or fouls being called against the player committing the action.

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  • 10. 

    A tugging motion with both arms, as if pulling something from in front of the stomach.

    • A.

      Slashing

    • B.

      Hooking

    • C.

      Pulling

    • D.

      Boarding

    • E.

      Icing

    Correct Answer
    B. Hooking
    Explanation
    Hooking is the correct answer because it involves a tugging motion with both arms, as if pulling something from in front of the stomach. This action is commonly used in ice hockey to impede the progress of an opponent by using the stick to hook or tug at their body or equipment.

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  • 11. 

    A forward motion with both fists clenched extending from the chest.

    • A.

      Tripping

    • B.

      Charging

    • C.

      Cross Checkin

    • D.

      Pushing

    • E.

      Boarding

    Correct Answer
    C. Cross Checkin
  • 12. 

    With both skates on the ice striking right leg with the right hand below the knee.

    • A.

      Icing

    • B.

      Slue Footing

    • C.

      Slashing

    • D.

      Kneeing

    • E.

      Tripping

    Correct Answer
    E. Tripping
    Explanation
    The given answer, tripping, refers to the action of causing an opponent to fall or lose balance by using one's leg or foot to obstruct or impede their movement. In this case, the description mentions both skates on the ice and striking the right leg with the right hand below the knee, which aligns with the act of tripping. Tripping is a penalty in ice hockey and is considered a violation of fair play.

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  • 13. 

    Crossed arms with closed fists stationary in front of the chest.

    • A.

      Delayed penalty

    • B.

      Icing

    • C.

      Interference

    • D.

      High Stick

    • E.

      Boarding

    Correct Answer
    C. Interference
    Explanation
    The crossed arms with closed fists stationary in front of the chest is a commonly recognized signal for interference in various sports, including ice hockey. Interference occurs when a player obstructs or impedes the progress of an opponent who is not in possession of the puck. By using this signal, officials indicate that a player has committed interference and should be penalized accordingly.

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  • 14. 

    A player is tripped on a breakaway close to the goal ,without any other players between the man with the puck and the goalie, before any shot is taken What is the call

    • A.

      Tripping (2min)

    • B.

      Game Misconduct (ejection)

    • C.

      Tripping (4min)

    • D.

      Penalty Shot (no penalty)

    • E.

      Slue Footing (2min)

    Correct Answer
    D. Penalty Shot (no penalty)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Penalty Shot (no penalty). In this scenario, the player is tripped on a breakaway close to the goal, with no other players between him and the goalie, before any shot is taken. According to the rules, if a player is fouled from behind on a breakaway with a clear path to the goal and no other players between him and the goalie, a penalty shot is awarded. In this case, there is no additional penalty given to the opposing player, hence the "no penalty" part of the answer.

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  • 15. 

    Puck is deflected off a players skate and into the goal without and further action of the skate except a forward skating motion

    • A.

      No Goal (distinct kicking motion)

    • B.

      No Goal (skate deflection)

    • C.

      Goal

    • D.

      Penalty Shot

    Correct Answer
    C. Goal
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "Goal." This means that the puck being deflected off a player's skate and into the goal is considered a valid goal. The key point mentioned in the question is that there was no distinct kicking motion involved, only a forward skating motion. This suggests that the player did not intentionally use their skate to kick the puck into the goal, but rather it was a result of the natural movement of their skate while skating forward. Therefore, the goal is allowed.

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  • 16. 

    A fight breaks out between two players. The fight commenced and is broken up. what actions must be taken

    • A.

      Both players receive game misconducts

    • B.

      Both players get 4 minute majors

    • C.

      Both players are ejected and a bench player must serve a 2 minute minor

    • D.

      Both players get 2 minute minors

    • E.

      Both players are ejected with game misconducts, a bench player must serve a 4 minute major (+2 if a instigator penalty is called) and the offending players must be reported to league officer

    Correct Answer
    E. Both players are ejected with game misconducts, a bench player must serve a 4 minute major (+2 if a instigator penalty is called) and the offending players must be reported to league officer
    Explanation
    In the given scenario, the appropriate actions to be taken are that both players are ejected with game misconducts, a bench player must serve a 4 minute major penalty (and an additional 2 minutes if an instigator penalty is called), and the offending players must be reported to the league officer. This means that both players are removed from the game, a bench player serves a penalty on behalf of one of the ejected players, and the incident is reported to the league for further action or investigation.

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  • 17. 

    Who Can Talk To An Official?

    • A.

      Other Officials

    • B.

      Captains and other officials

    • C.

      Captains, Alternent, and Officials

    • D.

      Any player wanting a clarification on a call

    Correct Answer
    C. Captains, Alternent, and Officials
    Explanation
    Captains, Alternent, and Officials can talk to an official. This means that these individuals have the authority to communicate with an official in order to seek clarification or address any concerns regarding a call or decision made during a game or event. Other officials and any player wanting a clarification on a call are not included in this category, indicating that they do not have the same level of access or permission to engage in direct communication with officials.

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  • 18. 

    How many periods are in a UPJSH Game?

    • A.

      One 60 Minute

    • B.

      Three 20 Minute

    • C.

      Two 30 Minute

    • D.

      Three 20 Minute

    • E.

      Three 15 Minute

    Correct Answer
    E. Three 15 Minute
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Three 15 Minute". This means that in a UPJSH game, there are three periods, each lasting for 15 minutes.

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  • 19. 

    When is NOT a time to stop play?

    • A.

      After Goal

    • B.

      When Puck leaves Play

    • C.

      Line Changes

    • D.

      Penalty Called

    • E.

      Official blows whistle

    Correct Answer
    C. Line Changes
    Explanation
    Line changes are not a time to stop play because they are a normal part of the game and do not require a stoppage in play. During a line change, players from one team leave the ice and are replaced by players from their team who are coming off the bench. This is done while the play continues and does not interrupt the flow of the game. Therefore, line changes do not require a stoppage in play.

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  • 20. 

    What players can choose not to wear skates?

    • A.

      Forwards

    • B.

      Defense

    • C.

      Goalies

    • D.

      Any Player

    Correct Answer
    C. Goalies
    Explanation
    Goalies can choose not to wear skates because they have the option to wear specialized goalie pads that provide protection and support for their feet. These pads are designed to slide easily on the ice, allowing goalies to move quickly and effectively without the need for traditional skates. This allows goalies to have more stability and control in their movements while still maintaining the necessary protection for their feet.

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  • 21. 

    What is the UPJSH Mercy Rule?

    • A.

      5 Goal Lead Any Time

    • B.

      5 Goal Lead in 3rd Period

    • C.

      10 Goal Lead Any Time

    • D.

      10 Goal Lead in 3rd Period

    • E.

      No Mercy Rule

    Correct Answer
    D. 10 Goal Lead in 3rd Period
    Explanation
    The UPJSH Mercy Rule states that if a team has a lead of 10 goals or more at any point during the 3rd period of a game, the game will be ended early. This rule is implemented to prevent one team from excessively running up the score and to ensure fairness in the game.

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  • 22. 

    A BOARDING call in enforced when...

    • A.

      A player in forced and held against the boards

    • B.

      A player is hit and violently thrown into boards

    • C.

      A player checks an other player into the boards

    Correct Answer
    B. A player is hit and violently thrown into boards
    Explanation
    A boarding call is enforced when a player is hit and violently thrown into the boards. This penalty is called to protect players from dangerous and potentially injurious hits. When a player is forcefully thrown into the boards, it is considered a violation of the rules and can result in a penalty for the offending player.

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  • 23. 

    A SLASHING call in enforced when...

    • A.

      A player uses his stick to hit the body or legs of an other player

    • B.

      A player usues his stick to hit another players body, legs, or stick.

    • C.

      A player uses his stick to hit the body legs or skates of an opponent that impedes forward movement

    Correct Answer
    C. A player uses his stick to hit the body legs or skates of an opponent that impedes forward movement
    Explanation
    A slashing call is enforced when a player uses his stick to hit the body, legs, or skates of an opponent that impedes forward movement.

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  • 24. 

    What penalty is called for a player who does an action seen to be unnecessary

    • A.

      Unnecessary Roughness

    • B.

      Unsportsmanlike conduct

    • C.

      Roughing

    • D.

      Game Misconduct

    Correct Answer
    B. Unsportsmanlike conduct
    Explanation
    Unsportsmanlike conduct is the appropriate penalty for a player who performs an action that is deemed unnecessary. This penalty is given when a player engages in behavior that is considered unsportsmanlike, such as taunting, trash talking, or intentionally trying to injure another player. It is meant to discourage actions that go against the spirit of fair play and sportsmanship in the game.

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  • 25. 

    What is NOT a violation (Violation: A stoppage of play with no penalty time issued)

    • A.

      Defensive player freezes puck

    • B.

      Hand pass

    • C.

      Kicking puck into goal

    • D.

      Slashing

    • E.

      Stick thrown for any reason

    Correct Answer
    D. Slashing
    Explanation
    Slashing is not a violation because it is a penalty in ice hockey. Slashing refers to the act of swinging the hockey stick at an opponent with excessive force. It is considered a violation and results in a penalty, usually a minor penalty, where the player must serve time in the penalty box. Therefore, slashing cannot be classified as a violation where play is stopped without any penalty time issued.

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