2022-23 NHL Rulebook
NHL Rules Articles
The National Hockey League’s Board of Governors met earlier this week to discuss possible rule changes for the upcoming season.
There’s just one change to the NHL Rule Book for 2022-23, but it is a noteworthy one: Referees will now be able to nullify a major penalty after video review.
Montreal Canadiens defenseman David Savard returned a stick to goaltender Jake Allen, while still holding his own. Is this legal, or did the refs miss it?
The Anaheim Ducks caught Carolina’s Frederik Andersen red-handed — or red-stick-taped — when they called him out for illegal tape on his stick
The NHL rulebook calls for goals to be disallowed when propelled into the net by a ‘distinct kicking motion’ — but what exactly does that mean? Here’s a look at the rule, along with the NHL’s video explanation.
The NHL’s cross-checking crackdown is coming. Here’s the video from the league to explain what’s changing for 2021-22.
From the Ref Mailbag: Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy looks huge out there. Can teams request a measurement of goaltender equipment?
The NHL rulebook has been updated for the 2020-21 season with only one update: a change to the offside rule.
The NHL has modified the offside rule to allow a player’s skate to be off the ice provided it has not cleared the vertical plane of the blue line.
Dallas Stars goaltender Anton Khudobin had to make an unplanned equipment change after his stick tape was found to be illegal.