Assist — a player who passes the puck to a teammate who then scores a goal will be credited with an assist, worth one point in his/her records. A maximum of two assists (one to each teammate who immediately played the puck prior to the player scoring a goal) may be credited on each goal.
Coincidental Penalties — coincidental penalties occur when player(s) from each team receive penalties of equal duration during the same stoppage of play. When occurring, each team is allowed to place an immediate substitution on the playing surface for the penalized player(s).
Goal — when team scores, the player who propelled the puck into the opponent’s goal shall be credited with a goal, worth one point in his/her records.
Off-Ice Official — Officials appointed to assist in the conduct of the game including the official scorer, game timekeeper, penalty bench attendants (2) and goal judges (2). The referee has general supervision of the game and full control of all game officials and in case of any dispute the referee’s decision shall be final.
On-Ice Official — Officials appointed to officiate the game including the referee and the linesman (2)... The on-ice officials have general supervision of the game and will enforce the rules of the game as dictated in the official playing rules.
Penalty Expiration — the time when the penalty is fully served. In some cases, the penalized player may have to remain in the penalty bench until the next stoppage of play after his/her penalty has expired.
Penalty Termination — When a goal is scored upon a team who is below the numerical strength of their opponent as a result of minor or bench minor penalty, the first minor or bench minor penalty (non-coincidental) still being served shall be terminated and the penalized player is allowed to return to the ice.
Proper Authorities — The FHL is the governing body of the teams involved.
The FHL has the jurisdiction to conduct hearings, impose suspensions and review any incident that may occur during the course of the game.
Roster — the roster is the listing of registered players who are eligible to play with the competing team.
Save — when a goalkeeper prevents the puck from entering the goal as a result of the actions of the opponent, he/she shall be credited with a save.
Shot on Goal — When a team directs the puck towards its opponents goal, causing a goal to be scored or the opposing goalkeeper to make a save, the team shall be credited with a shot on goal.
Suspensions — when a player, coach or manager receives a game suspension(s), he/she shall not be eligible to participate in the next game(s) that were already on the schedule of that team before the incident occurs.
Team Official — any person on the player’s bench who is not on the game score sheet as an eligible player or goalkeeper.