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  1. Shortened Games: All high school games, including the consolation round of the state tournament, will be shortened after two periods or during the third period by using running time when a team leads an opposing team by six or more goals.




  1. Minnesota Goal Crease Rule

The NFHS Ice Hockey Rules Committee has approved for use in all games played in Minnesota an experimental rule relating to goals scored when a player is illegally in the goal crease.  This rule will count those goals which are scored when an offensive player or player's stick is illegally in the goal crease but, in the opinion of the referee, the player or stick illegally in the goal crease had no impact on the goalkeeper's ability to defend the goal when the puck entered the goal. 
A player illegally in the goal crease impacts the goalkeeper's ability to defend the goal when:

  1. The player makes physical contact with the goalkeeper; or

  2. The player prevents the goalkeeper from moving freely in the goal crease; or

  3. The player screens the goalkeeper or otherwise interferes with the goalkeeper's ability to defend the goal, even though no physical contact is made with the goalkeeper. 

A goal may not be scored by a shot, deflection off, or tip-in by a player who is initially illegally in the goal crease.


This rule does not allow players to position themselves in the goal crease, skate through the goal crease, or otherwise interfere with the goalkeeper in the goal crease.  In those situations, the referee should still blow the whistle to stop play and conduct a neutral zone face-off.  This rule is NOT the same as similiar NHL and NCAA rules, which do permit offensive players to position themselves in the goal crease.
This rule only addresses situations where a player is illegally in the goal crease.  It is important to remember that the following are all situations where a player may legally be in the goal crease:

  1. The puck is in the goal crease;

  2. The goalkeeper is out of the goal crease;

  3. The offensive team does not have possession of the puck; or

  4. A defensive player has pushed the offensive player into the goal crease and the offensive player has not had sufficient time or ability to get out of the goal crease;



Lacrosse, Boys’


  1. Suspended Games: Once a contest has begun either the officials or Tournament Manager may suspend a contest, and cannot be overruled by the other party. When in doubt error on the side of safety. If it is determined that play cannot be resumed at the end of the suspension, and three (3) periods of play have been completed, it shall be considered a complete game with a winner determined. If a game is suspended before the completion of the first three (3) periods, or if it is tied at the point of suspension, the game shall be continued from the point of interruption.




  1. Doubleheaders: It is conceivable that under some conditions, such as power failure, the first game of a doubleheader may be suspended with a winner determined and, if conditions change, the second game of the doubleheader may be played in its entirety. Every effort should be made to play each game in its entirety. If lightning, game must be suspended. See Rules and Policies Manual-Lightning/Threatening Weather.



Lacrosse, Girls’


  1. Suspended Games: Girls Lacrosse will use the US Lacrosse Rule Book. In addition, the Tournament Manager may suspend a contest, and cannot be overruled by the officials. If 80% of the playing time has elapsed and the game is tied, the game shall be continued from the point of interruption.




  1. Doubleheaders: It is conceivable that under some conditions, such as power failure, the first game of a doubleheader may be suspended with a winner determined and, if conditions change, the second game of the doubleheader may be played in its entirety. Every effort should be made to play each game in its entirety. If lightning, game must be suspended. See Rules and Policies Manual-Lightning/Threatening Weather.



Soccer, Girls and Boys



A. Official Scorekeeper:

The Official Scorer may be located in one of three areas:

1. At a scorer’s table located at the halfway line, which is a distance of 10 yards from the start of each bench.

2. In the press box.

3. In a position on the end of the team bench closest to the halfway line.
The host school must inform the official prior to the start of the game as to the location of the official scorer.
Substitutions will report to the halfway line. Entry onto the field of play by a substitute is prohibited until approved by the referee.


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