if the coach does a penalty against the referee or the other team. if the coach mouth talks to much to a referee he could get a bench penalty
Never. There are no Umpires nor are there Penalty Strokes in hockey.
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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yes, the coach cannot serve a penalty
If you are in the penalty box, you are playing hockey. Hockey is the only major U.S sport that does not have fouls. When a foul or fight occurs in hockey, you are subjected to the penalty box for a certain amount of time. If you are in a fight in hockey you are allowed to continue to fight until at least one player has hit the ice then it must stop, and once that is over with both players must go to the penalty box.
In USA Hockey sanctioned games, any player or team official can receive a Match penalty according to rule 405(a). According to the glossary of the rulebook, a team official is: "Any person on the players' bench who is not on the game scoresheet as an eligible player or goalkeeper."
A power play is when the opposing team has a penalty. a penalty is when you have a penalty and are trying to kill it off.
Because they are too ashamed to be sitting on the bench