IIHF OFFICIAL RULE BOOK 20182022

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94


Rule 94.    Scoring a goal
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1. A goal is scored when a team has shot or directed the puck into the goal net and entirely over the plane of the goal line between the posts during game action and is deemed legal by the referee and/or video- goal judge (for exceptions to this rule, see Rule 99-7).

2. A goal is scored when the puck is put between the goal posts below the crossbar and entirely across the plane of the goal line.

3. A goal is scored when the puck is shot, kicked, directed, or put into the goal net in any way by a defending player.

4. A goal is scored when the puck is deflected into the goal net by accidentally striking the helmet or any part of a players body from a shot by any player on the ice.

5. If the puck is directed off a helmet or any part of an attacking skaters body the goal will not count.

6. The puck must be whole when it crosses the plane of the goal line between the posts.

7. Any puck shot into the goal net during a stoppage in play is not considered a goal.

8. A goal is considered official once a faceoff has taken place at centre ice following that goal. Video evidence obtained after the ensuing faceoff which indicates the goal should not have been allowed is not admissible.

9. Only one goal can be awarded to one team at any single instance during a game. In the case of a goal being scored without a stoppage of play and subsequently another goal is scored by either team, at which time video review shows the initial play to have been a goal, the second goal is nullified, the first goal is counted, and time is put back on the scoreclock (both playing time and, where applicable, penalty time) to indicate when the first goal was scored.

10. If, upon further review in situation Rule 94-9, the initial goal is ruled illegal by the video-goal judge, the subsequent goal will count and the scoreclock will not be adjusted.

11. Any penalties which occur during the two goals in Rule 94-9 or after the whistle after the second goal will be assessed except the first minor penalty to the team scored upon (as per rules regarding the nullifying of penalties when a goal is scored during a delayed penalty).

12. The lacrosse-like manoeuvre (whereby a skater cradles the puck on the blade of his stick) is permitted provided he does not raise his stick above the height of his shoulder at any time during the motion (see also Rule 75-9).

13. If the goaltender is in his crease and the puck is deflected into the goal net by the stick or body of an attacking skater who has established position in the crease, the goal will not count and the ensuing faceoff will take place at a faceoff spot outside the blue line.

14. If a skaters skates are not in the goal crease in Rule 94-13, but his stick is, then any goal scored off the stick will be allowed provided the stick is not interfering with the goaltenders ability to play his position. If the stick is interfering, the goal will not count, and the ensuing faceoff will take place at a faceoff spot outside the blue line.

15. A player can be fully in the crease when the puck enters the net either by his means or any other players so long as the goaltender is out of the crease by his own doing.

16. For a goal to be legal, the puck must cross the plane of the goal line prior to the expiration of a period. If the scoreclock is not functioning, the video-goal judge can be consulted. In all other cases, the decision by the on-ice officials is final.

17. If the penalty-box attendant fails to open the penalty-box door at the expiration of a penalty, thus delaying a skaters re-entry to the ice, and during this time the opposing team scores a goal, the goal will count.

18. If the puck enters the net prior to the buzzer sounding the end of a period and the referee allows the goal to count, it is not necessary to conduct a faceoff at centre ice. The referee will ensure that the scorekeeper records the goal at 19:59 on the official game sheet.

19. When goals are scored in the final minute of a period where tenths of seconds are shown on the scoreclock, the time of the goal must be rounded down to the nearest second on the official game sheet.


Game situation 1: During a video review for a goal, if the referees are notified that the scoreclock was not running when the puck entered the goal net, the goal will still count provided it is determined that the period had not expired. The referees, in discussion with the linesmen, timekeeper, and video-goal judge will determine the length of time that the clock was not running and make the necessary adjustment. If neither the referee nor the off-ice officials can determine the time adjustment, the game will continue using the present time on the clock.

Game situation 2: If a defending player puts the puck into his goal net while an attacking skater is in the goal crease, the goal will count.


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