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VIOLATIONS


Offensive players may not step in the crease. This violation results in a turnover or penalty.


It is illegal to check a goalie’s stick or body when he and his stick are inside the crease.


It is interference when an offensive player makes contact with a goalie’s follow through.


A goalie can be called for slashing if his follow through on an outlet pass has malicious intent.


Goalies will be called for unsportsmanlike conduct for intentionally moving the goal cage to prevent a shot.


crease violation


OFFICIALS SIGNALS interference


BEST PRACTICES


The safety of using required equipment is paramount. “Goalies are in a vulnerable position while focused on the ball.”


Goalies must to wear goalie specific regulation equipment [see page 35].


PERSPECTIVES


Some coaches will require players to take turns in the goal to experience the position.


Goalies should practice stick skills as well as learning to use angles and their bodies.


Offensive players cannot dive or step into the crease.


The lead official must pay special attention to whether the goalies are in-or-out of the crease, and whether they have possession or not.


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GAME SKILLS GOALIE


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