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  1. Major or minor penalty shall be assessed to a player who:
    1. Body checks
    2. Elbows
    3. Raises broom over shoulders for any reason (no exceptions)
    4. Leaves his/her feet and trip opponent by sliding, diving or falling
    5. Hooking sticks or opponent
    6. Slashes with stick
    7. Uses unnecessary roughness
    8. Throws his/her broom
    9. Trips opponent with point of broom or foot
    10. Cross checks
    11. Any abusive language or unsportsmanlike conduct directed toward referees (major penalty - no exceptions)
    12. Spears or butt ends an opponent with the point of broom
  2. ANY FIGHTING CONSITITUES IMMEDIATE DISMISSAL FROM LEAGUE (NO EXCEPTIONS)
  3. IF A GOAL IS SCORED BY AN OPPOSING TEAM WHILE A TEAM IS SHORT HANDED, DUE TO A PENALTY, THE FIRST OF SUCH PENALTIES IS TERMINATED.
  4. Minor penalties shall be assessed to any player including the goalie who:
    1. Interference
      1. Interferes or impedes progress of opponent without the ball. 
      2. Deliberately knocks a broom out of an opponent’s hand.
    2. Broken Brooms a. Must be dropped immediately
      1. If a broom is broken only that player may receive another form the player’s box. If another player brings or throws him/her a broom, this constitutes a minor penalty (except goalkeeper - player may birng him/her one - not thrown)
    3. Deliberately falls on ball, (except the goalkeeper, within the crease)
      1. Major penalty if the goalkeeper falls on the ball when the ball is behind the goal line and the goalkeeper’s body is entirely outside the boundaries.
      2. Penalty shot when player (except goalkeeper)falls on ball, holds ball into body, picks ball up with hand within the goal crease.
  5. Pick up the ball off the ice
  6. High Sticking - Any contact above the waist with stick & ball (minor)
  7. Illegal use of hands - Any intentional contact with hands to knock down, stop, gain control of ball.