NHL Rule Book

2019-20 NHL Rulebook

Download the 2019-20 NHL Rulebook

 

Rule changes for 2019-20:

  • Expansion of Coach Challenges to allow challenge of situations where play should have been stopped, including pucks in the netting, pucks played with high sticks, and hand passes.
  • Coach’s Challenges no longer require a timeout. Any failed challenges result in a delay of game penalty – 2:00 for the first failed challenge and 4:00 for subsequent failed challenges.
  • Referees can review major/match penalty calls and high-sticking double-minors.
  • Players who have lost their helmets must retrieve and replace or head directly to the players’ bench for a change.

More details on rule changes for 2019-20.

 

NHL Rules Articles

Objects Thrown On The Ice? Yeah, That’s a Penalty.

Throwing things on the ice is near the top of the list of things of which fans might be told, “You can’t do that.” It’s dangerous for fans, players, and officials, and could cost the home team a penalty.

NHL Rule Changes for 2018-19

The NHL Rulebook has been updated for 2018-19 with minor changes, including new requirements for goalie gear and a clarification on empty net awarded goals

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