The rules of hockey games provide for different penalties, a judge decides on disciplinary action. A hockey player who has violated the rules can be penalized with a small bench penalty. Or, a large fine, a disciplinary penalty with a substitution, removal to the end of a game with a substitute after 5 minutes, or a free throw.
A small penalty involves removing a player from the field for two minutes. In the event the goalkeeper breaks the rules, then elimination is indicated for one of the substitute pitch players.
A game in the minority can end ahead of time only if the other team, taking advantage, scores a goal for the opponent. If a player from the penalty bracket breaches the rules during a disciplinary penalty, the umpire may dismiss another player
A small bench penalty, unlike a minor penalty in hockey, is not applied to a particular player. However, the team as a whole for some general violation or violation that the perpetrator does not immediately can be set. After that, a player called by the coach can be eliminated.
Large fines mean removing the offending player or goalkeeper from the court until the end of the game. The player can be substituted after only 5 minutes.
Disciplinary penalties apply for violations of disciplinary rules requiring the removal of a player for 10 minutes and not for goalkeepers. A repeated disciplinary penalty for the same player implies removal until the end of the game.
Hockey free throws
The appointment of penalties punishes teams whose athletes violate the rules to deprive an opponent of scoring goals. Alternatively, a penalty may be awarded for an intentional hit on the ball. Or, a game of hands, for an attempt to obtain the ball with an abandoned club or another object.
This can be for an intentional change of goal or a violation of the number of players on the pitch during the last two minutes of the match. The purpose of a free throw does not preclude serving one sentence on the penalty frame if required by the rules.
A free throw is taken by the player against the rules breached. If he is injured, the right to attack is transferred to another player with no penalty. To hit the ball, the ball is placed at the center opposite the center. Only the player taking the free-throw and the opponent’s goalkeeper remains on the field.