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Rule 19.    Ice surface markings / creases
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1. There are three creases on the ice: one for each goaltender in front of either goal net and one at the boards by the scorekeepers bench for on-ice officials.

2. The red, on-ice officials crease must be marked on the ice in a semi-circle 5 cm wide with a radius of 3.0 metres immediately in front of the scorekeepers bench. Players are not allowed in this area during stoppages of play when on-ice officials are in consultation with each other or reporting to off-ice officials.

3. In front of each goal net a goal-crease area must be marked by red lines all of which are 5 cm wide.

4. The goal-crease area must be painted light blue, but inside the goal-net area from the goal line to the back of the goal net must be white.

5. The goal crease is a three-dimensional space and includes the air above the markings on ice up to the top of the crossbar.

6. The goal crease must be created as follows:

  • 1) 30.5 cm from each goal post a line must be painted perpendicular to the goal line, extending 137 cm towards centre ice. This 30.5 cm includes the width of the line and the width of the post, and the 137 cm includes the width of the goal line.
  • 2) A semi-circle 183 cm in radius must be painted, using the centre of the goal line as the centre point and connecting both ends of the lines that form the sides of the crease. This 183 cm starts at the back of the goal line and includes the width of the crease line.
  • 3) 122 cm from the back of the goal line along each of the two lines that form the sides of the crease, a red line 13 cm long must be painted perpendicular to these lines, extending into the crease. This distance of 122 cm does not include the width of the line.
  • 4) In all, the width of the crease must be 244 cm , including the width of the lines.
  • 5) The distance from the back of the goal line to the top of the crease is 183 cm , including the width of both lines.

    7. The goal crease is a three-dimensional space and includes the air above the markings on ice up to the top of the crossbar. The goal- crease area includes all of the space outlined by the crease lines and extends vertically 122 cm to the level of the top of the goal frame.


  • Ice surface markings / creases



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