The home team manager will check that
referees are present at least 30 minutes before the game
Penalty boxes shall have an adequate
number of people to man all stations such as penalty
doors. All persons manning the penalty box/timekeeper
stations are expected to act in a professional and
impartial manner under the direction of the Referee.
All players who have been ejected from a
game should be escorted by a team representative to the
dressing room to prevent further altercations.
Ejected players or team officials must
stay in the arena lobby for the remainder of the game.
Suspended players or team officials are
not permitted in the dressing room, timekeepers/penalty
box or within 50 feet of the players benches during a
Coaches are responsible for the team
players and fans. Unsportsmanlike conduct whether on the
ice, in the stands or outside the arena will result in a
coach suspension being issued.
In the event of DAMAGE TO THE ARENA
before, during or after a game, the coach is responsible
for the team. If the individual player or players can be
identified, they will be dealt with by the League. If
they cannot be identified, the coach is responsible and
damages and/or suspensions may be issued.
Harassment is not acceptable. Referees
have been asked to have Zero Tolerance for harassment
under the ERBHL Harassment Policy.
A Game Sheet is documentation of the
game and must show all players and coaches/bench staff
present at the game and on the bench.
If a player or coach/assistant
coach/trainer is absent or suspended, mark “ABS” or
“SUSP” beside his/her name.
Mark all Affiliate Players present at
the game and on the bench as “AP” next to their name on
the game sheet.
Mark a Substitute Goaltender as a
“Substitute Goalie” next to his/her name on the game
sheet. Note that Substitute goaltenders are only to be
used as back-up and can only play in the game if the
team’s goalie or affiliate goalie is injured or ejected
from the game.
Only players, affiliate players, and
coaches/bench staff listed on your HCR-generated roster
may be listed on a game sheet. You should have an
up-to-date HCR-generated roster with you at all times.
Game sheets are to be filled in
accurately and legibly. If pre-printed team labels are
used, put a label on each page of the gamesheet.
Be sure to enter the proper ERBHL game
number on the gamesheet.
Use the ERBHL Standard Penalty
Abbreviations on game sheets.
Game Misconduct penalties are to be
entered on a separate line and shown as 10 minutes.
Online game summary to be completed by
the home team within 24 hours of game being played.
Game sheets to be faxed to
1-877-801-2693 or emailed by noon of the next business
day . Emailed copies are to be sent to the ERBHL
President, VP Discipline and League Administrator.
Scan and email is the preferred method
of sending a game sheet. If faxing, only the white copy
is to be faxed.
The home team is responsible to give or
send a copy of the game sheet and any Referees Reports
to the Visiting team by noon of the next business day.
Online Game Summary
Game summary to be completed by the home
team within 24 hours of game being played.
Home team is responsible to ensure that
all scoring stats, goaltending stats and penalties are
If a team notices a mistake on the game
summary, the home team must make the online correction.
If advising by email, cc: the League Administrator.