yea, you go to a special referee class. for example, if you wanted to ref soccer you would go to that class
once a year.
You take classes to become a referee yourself, work hard at it until you are a higher grade, then you go to more classes to become a referee assessor. Only then is one qualified to properly evaluate another referee.
the referee goes to the center ice face off dot and a player from each team go to the face off dot and the referee drops the puck and the two players at the center battle for the puck e
go to "my nhl 11" and go on save,load,delete and click on the team and delete it
you go to the website and report about the game
where do the badges go on the referee shirt for hockey
The road to the nhl is to play AA hockey until high school, become an accountant and from there play college hockey to go to the AHL and from there to the NHL.
Roughly 4-7% go straight to the NHL
After they complete one full NHL season.
boston or wisconsin