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RULE 166 – TOO MANY MEN
DEFINITION: A team is allowed a maximum of one goaltender and five skaters or six skaters on the ice. However, a bench-minor penalty for too many men can be incurred any time a team has one or more skaters on the ice than it is allowed.
i. “On the ice” means that both skates must be on the ice. If a player has one skate on the ice and one over the boards or off the ice, at his players’ bench or the penalty box, he is considered off the ice. However, if he is off the ice under this definition, he is not allowed to play the puck, make contact with an opponent, or participate in game action in any way.
ii. A player coming onto the ice must wait until the departing player is within 1.5 metres (5') of his respective players’ bench.
iii. Player changes during game action and during stoppages must take place only at the players’ bench. Changing on-ice manpower using any other entrance or exit is illegal and will result in a bench-minor penalty for too many men.
iv. A team which has on the ice more than the number of players to which it is entitled during game action will be assessed a bench- minor penalty for too many men.
v. If, during a player change during game action, a player coming onto the ice or coming off the ice plays the puck, makes contact with an opponent, or participates in game action while both the departing and entering players are on the ice within the 1.5 metre (5') zone, a bench-minor a penalty for too many men will be assessed.
vi. If player changes are made during game action and (1) the changing players are within 1.5 metres (5') of the boards across the width of his respective players’ bench and (2) the changing players are not involved in game action in any way, no penalty for too many men will be assessed.
vii. A bench-minor penalty for too many men must be served by a skater on the ice at the time of the whistle to assess the penalty.

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