Day Date Time Level Referee Referee
Expectations of Officials
As an On-Ice Official
You are expected to conduct yourself professionally at all times on the ice and off the ice at the rink.
You are expected to be at the rink 30 minutes prior to your scheduled game time. Warm-ups begin five minutes prior to the scheduled start time.
Two officials must be on the ice prior to pre-game warmups.
You are entrusted with enforcement of USA Hockey rules and guidelines.
You are entrusted with punctual game time starts. Games may start 15 minutes prior to their scheduled times.
You are entrusted with game time management based on other influences. ex. Run-time
You are in charge of game time starts and ensuring you communicate game times if they vary from scheduled start times.
You are expected to tip nets between games after signing your scoresheet or pushing nets to the resurfacing access doors after the last game of the day.
You must notify MYHA of any incident and game reports within 24 hours.
If an official has to file an incident report or game report, please contact Bryan. MYHA doesn't ask for a copy of the report, but wants to be notified. Remember, you have 24 hrs to file the report. If you need instructions on how to file, go to usahockey.com link on the right - instructions are in the officials' section for incident/game reporting. Please contact Bryan if you are unsure of how to file the report.
2022-23 Officiating Pay Scale
|Level 2 or Higher