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ANY player can be given a penalty.

A teams bench may be assessed a penalty for certain infractions as well, whether it was committed by the players, coaching staff or trainers, and are usually considered minor penalties, but that decision is left to the discretion of the officiating staff.

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Q: In hockey what team personnel may not be assessed a penalty?
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