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Three man mechanics updated 2 6 12

Three Man MechanicsUpdated 2/6/12


The mission of our mechanics

The Mission of our Mechanics

  • To put us in the best position to make the calls that allow us to keep the game safe and fair.

  • To use methods that are easily applied in a consistent manner by officials of various levels of ability in games of various levels of skill.


Ncaa points of emphasis 2012

NCAA POINTS OF EMPHASIS 2012

  • Sportsmanship

  • Targeting the Head / Neck

  • Pinning the Body or Crosse on Face-Offs

  • Stalling

  • Buckled Chin Straps


Nfhs points of emphasis 2012

NFHS POINTS OF EMPHASIS2012

  • Players calling attention to themselves after a goal

  • Deliberately grabbing the ball with the hand on the faceoff

  • Illegal Checks

  • Equipment Inspections


Zones of the field ncaa nfhs

Zones of the Field (NCAA/NFHS)

DEFENSIVE ZONE

ZONE 3

ZONE 4

C


Pre game

PRE-GAME


Pre coin toss

Pre-Coin Toss

OO

XX

Get to corner of box

before you call for

Captains.

Note: Crew should be available

for equipment checks.

1) Introduce Captains

to Referee

U

R

FJ


Coin toss

Coin Toss

1) Home Team faces bench

2) Visiting team calls toss prior to

toss

3) Catch coin (Don’t flip)

4) Rotate players backs to goal

they are defending

5) Tap shoulder for Alternating

possession

6) Left shoulder to goal for line-up

Note: Use a coin at least the

size of a half dollar.

XX XX

OO OO

U

FJ

NOTE: Coin Toss winner gets choice of goal to defend or first alternating possession.

Speaking captains

R

Note: Home team leaves first, and Visitor is about 5 steps behind

Note: U and FJ checks nets after

the coin toss. Check for balls.


Line up

Line-up

Note: U and FJ should line up

5 yards apart, and have

teams line up on them

1) Teams should have their left shoulder

towards the goal they are defending

2)Don’t talk very much here as the

players just want to play.

U

OOOOO OOOO G

R

FJ

G XXXXX XXXX


Face offs

FACE-OFFS


Face off official

FACE-OFF OFFICIAL

  • Keep free arm at your side. Keep the whistle in your mouth, or get it up there as soon as you say “down”!

  • Position yourself where you are safe and can see sticks.

  • FREEZE once players are down. Put players down together. Get whistle to mouth as players go down. Say “SET”. Vary cadence!

    • The pause between “Set” and Whistle should vary between ½ to a full second.

    • The pause between “Down” and “Set” may be longer. Be sure players are SET.

  • If there is a violation and you haven’t blown your whistle yet, don’t. Signal (but do not say) illegal procedure, verbalize exact violation, and award possession.

  • Conduct the restart after a violation.

  • Stay “home”. No need to rush to goal- your partners have it. Watch face-off action. Watch for “pinning” with stick or body.


Face off wing officials

FACE-OFF – Wing Officials

  • Along the wing-line as close to center as necessary (or use new optional positioning).

  • Don’t move between “Down” and whistle.

  • Move toward your goal on the whistle.

  • Cover restraining line, goal, end-line.


Left hand up

Left Hand Up


Face off standard position

HOME

VISITOR

Face-Off Standard Position

XXXXX

OOOOO

F/O Responsibilities

- position as needed

to be safe, see sticks

- neutral zone

- stick heads

- handles of crosse

- feet position

- gloves on crosse

- most violations

- most possession calls

B

F/O

SS Responsibilities

- butt end facing him

- wing line jumps

- goal line coverage

- move on whistle

- some possession calls

- line violations

- 30/20/10-second counts

B Responsibilities

- wing line violations

- goal line coverage

- move on whistle

- some possession calls

- beeper to start play

- time outs

- line violations

SS


Face off 1 ball stays

HOME

VISITOR

Face-off-1 (ball stays)

XXXXX

OOOOO

Bench official

- Move toward goal on whistle

- cover restraining line, goal

B

F/O

Face-off official

- conduct face-off

- Say “SET”. Vary cadence.

- IF BALL STAYS, YOU STAY,

- but keep out of harm’s way

- take 90% of post-whistle F/O violations

Single-Side Official

- Move toward goal on whistle

- 30/20/10-second counts

- cover restraining line, goal

- stay until called off by Lead

SS


Where s the ball

Where’s the Ball?


Where s the ball1

Where’s the Ball?


Alternate face off position

HOME

VISITOR

Alternate Face-Off Position

XXXXX

OOOOO

F/O Responsibilities

-Whistle the F/O-STAY AND WATCH

B Responsibilities

- wing line violations

- Split vision between wings and F/O

Avoid the “I” formation

B

F/O

B & FO- BREAK FOR GOALS ON POSSESSION

SS

  • SS Responsibilities

  • - wing line violations

  • - Split vision between wings and F/O

  • 30/20/10-second counts


Face off ball away

HOME

VISITOR

Face-off (ball away)

XXXXX

OOOOO

Bench becomes Lead

- has goal line, endline

FO becomes Trail

- conduct face-off

- say “SET”. Vary cadence.

- determine possession

- sweep box

- jog into play

- If FO violation, restart play quickly, follow violator to box, make sure sub is clean.

B

FO

Single-Side Official

- don’t stop at cone!

- 30/20/10-second counts

- help on questionable goal

SS


Face off ball towards

HOME

VISITOR

Face-off (ball towards)

XXXXX

OOOOO

  • Bench becomes Trail

  • - secondary offside

  • - substitutions

  • sweep box

  • time-outs

  • jog into play

  • - If FO violation, monitor the substitution.

B

FO

FO becomes Lead

- conduct face-off

- say “SET”. Vary cadence.

- stay outside of passing

lanes getting to GLE

- get to GLE

- verbally call off SS

Single-Side Official

- GET TO GOAL LINE!!

- 30/20/10-second counts

- help on questionable goal

- stay until called off by Lead

SS


Settled situations

SETTLED SITUATIONS


Coverage during settled situations

HOME

VISITOR

Coverage during Settled Situations

XXXXX

OOOOO

Trail is helping on crease,

watching shooter, has sideline, and

has all substitutions.

Lead has the front of the crease,

and is off official.

Note: Single & Lead -

communicate on and off ball.

T

L

X

Ô

SS

Single-Side has the ball, and is

the ON official.


Settled situations ncaa

HOME

VISITOR

Settled Situations-NCAA

XXXXX

OOOOO

Lead--be close to crease, and

keep ball in front of you. Move

in and out with ball.

Trail-- after sweeping box, jog to

5 yds. off, and 5 yds. in.

T

REMEMBER “GET IT IN/KEEP IT IN” IF OFFENSE CAUSES BALL TO GO INTO THEIR DEFENSIVE HALF, THEN GAINS POSSESSION

L

SS

Single-Side- about 5yds off & 5 yds. up

Must move in as Lead gets pushed

off the goal line, EVEN IF THERE IS A PLAYER BEHIND HIM.

30-SECOND TIMER IF “O” GAINS POSSESSION IN “D” HALF (w/ no “Get-it-In”)

Updated 7/6/11


Settled situations nfhs

HOME

VISITOR

Settled Situations- NFHS

XXXXX

OOOOO

Lead--be close to crease, and

keep ball in front of you. Move

in and out with ball.

Trail-- after sweeping box, jog to

5 yds. off, and 5 yds. in.

T

L

SS

Single-Side- about 5yds off & 5 yds. up

Must move in as Lead gets pushed

off the goal line, EVEN IF THERE IS A PLAYER BEHIND HIM.


Settled situations how close

HOME

VISITOR

Settled Situations – How Close?

XXXXX

OOOOO

Stay outside of line to “next pass”

T

Next Pass

X

L

X

w/ ball

SS

X

Next Pass


Contested subs later in a possession

HOME

VISITOR

Contested Subs Later in a Possession

XXXXX

OOOOO

XO

Trail must watch any contested subs on the fly.

Watch for any advantage gained by going early, or fouls.

Open up and let the subs go in

front of you. Close in behind.

T

L

X

O

X

O

X

O

SS


Stalling

HOME

VISITOR

Stalling

XXXXX

OOOOO

-Communicate discretely- all 3 go up at once.

-No specific time frame

“GET IT IN/

KEEP IT IN!”

T

L

-Give them a brief “feeling-out” period, but look to put it on early.

-Allow for on-the-fly subs, as long as they don’t “dally”

SS


Transition

TRANSITION


Goalie save fast clear

HOME

VISITOR

Goalie Save – Fast Clear

XXXXX

OOOOO

Lead (now Trail)- Signal for SS to

start timer on possession.

Take4 second goalie count.

Come up w/ball.

If slow clear, stay as deep as ball.

Trail (now Lead) breakout on save

look before you get to the midline,

if still coming get to goal-line

look

T

L

T

L

SS- Start timer on possession- 10-second visual count begins when timer sounds.

SS

look

Note: new Lead should not get

beat to midfield, to top of

offensive box area, goal line or

endline.

Single-side starts timer, breaks for

cone w/save. Take a few strides,

take a look. Straddle cone.

Check offside.


Slow clear

HOME

VISITOR

Slow Clear

XXXXX

OOOOO

Trail (old Lead) stop at 1st cone, watch subs

Lead (old Trail) stop here, watch substitution area until ball position demands that you get to the goal.

T

L

O

SS


Re starts

RE-STARTS


Sideline out of bounds

HOME

VISITOR

Sideline out of bounds

XXXXX

OOOOO

Lead has goal-line

Trail has beeper, and

any substitutes.

T

L

Single-Side has whistle. Look for “GO” from L and T

SS

ball


Gle out of bounds

HOME

VISITOR

GLE Out of Bounds

XXXXX

OOOOO

ball

T come to sideline and down to make the OOB call.

T

L make sure T is on the field before giving up the call.

L

SS

SS covers goal


Gle restart

HOME

VISITOR

GLE Restart

XXXXX

OOOOO

T blows it out, move into position on restart

L

X

T

L- Blow it in, thenfollow ball to goal

SS

3-way communication on restart- T -> SS -> L

SS- Stay on goal until ball turns away from goal


Endline out of bounds far side

HOME

VISITOR

Endline out of bounds- far side

XXXXX

OOOOO

Lead has goal-line.

Note: remember goalie

count if he chases.

T

L

Communicate with Single-Side on who puts the ball back in play.

*If ball is double-teamed on endline, T must move inside box.*

Single-Side has whistle and count

Need to talk with Lead on this

X

SS

ball


Endline out of bounds bench side

HOME

VISITOR

Endline out of bounds- bench side

XXXXX

OOOOO

L

T

Trail has subs.

X

Lead has restart. Follow ball to goal.

SS

SS covers goal.


Sub area out of bounds

HOME

VISITOR

Sub Area out of bounds

XXXXX

OOOOO

Trail brings the ball in 5 yds

has the beeper. Sweep box

after starting play. Be ready

for ball changing directions.

L and SS need to communicate.

Lead has goal.

T

X

L

Single-Side will take 30-second count.

Be ready for midline jump play.

You have offside.

NOTE: be sure where the

ball went out of bounds!

SS


Time out procedures

HOME

VISITOR

Time-Out Procedures

XXXXX

OOOOO

Try to have at least 1 official where the teams are crossing.

L

X

ball

T

O

Watch the “cross” here.

X

X

O

X

O

O

SS

After all clear, meet at center. After discussion, official w/ restart at ball, others 20 yards off benches.


Penalty situations

PENALTY SITUATIONS


Flag down

HOME

VISITOR

Flag Down

XXXXX

OOOOO

Trail move to corner of box upon “flag down”.

T

L

SS

“Flag down”


Penalty relay 1

HOME

VISITOR

Penalty Relay #1

XXXXX

OOOOO

Trail move toward SS in the open,

stop and take penalty. Don’t be in a

hurry. Turn to table, stop, and relay

the penalty. Put your beeper on, and

return to the play.

T

Report Only:

Color, Number, Foul, Time

L

NOTE: Officials not involved

in reporting penalty, be sure to

get the ball ready for play!

SS

Flag down here

NOTE 2: When play is halted with ball in box, restart FAR SIDE!

Single-Side calls out “flag down” stops

play when appropriate. Gets out to

an open area, and stops. Then signals.


Penalty relay 2

HOME

VISITOR

Penalty Relay #2

XXXXX

OOOOO

Trail be sure to inform your

partners of the foul BEFORE

telling the table.

Trail has flag

flag down here

T

come in and give call

L

SS

NOTE : When play is halted with ball in box, restart FAR SIDE!

Lead and Single-Side to get ball ready for play when Trail

returns.


What stops a slow whistle in ncaa play goodie

What Stops a “Slow Whistle” in NCAA Play?“GOODIE”

  • Goal

  • Out of the box/ out of bounds

  • Offensive foul

  • Defensive possession

  • Injury

  • Expiration of the clock


Equipment checks

EQUIPMENT CHECKS


Equipment check

HOME

VISITOR

Equipment Check

XXXXX

OOOOO

Note: meet the players at the

wing area. Take stick,

with you to “X”

T

NOTE: Watch player as you ask

him for his stick!

L

R

FJ

U

SS

Single-Side get ball, bench officials get stick that comes to you. (NFHS ONLY!- Tap shoulder for pad, ask to see palms.) Meet at midfield. Hold stick for Referee to measure.

Referee to measure “both”

sticks. FJ & U face benches

on either side of midline


Random stick check goal

HOME

VISITOR

Random Stick Check- Goal

XXXXX

OOOOO

Discuss ahead of time-

-When to grab

-Who grabs which stick

NOTE: Watch player as you ask

him for his stick!

T- stand back and watch everything else

T

L

GOAL!

SS

Closest official- grab scorer’s stick.

Other official- signal GOAL, then grab defender’s stick. Grab ball

Make sure you communicate and get a stick from each team!

Updated 1/23/08


Fight procedure

HOME

VISITOR

Fight Procedure

XXXXX

OOOOO

Note: Coaches are to assist

in freezing benches.

FREEZE BENCHES

Take #’s

T

L

X fight

O

SS

NOTE:

Be careful handling players.


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