SpEcIAL SITUATIONs AND GOALkEEpING - Wellington Floorball

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SpEcIAL SITUATIONs AND GOALkEEpING - Wellington Floorball

Special Situations and Goalkeeping International Floorball Federation Figures used ◄ Moving without ball Passing Moving with ball Shooting G Goalkeeper Offensive player with a.ball Offensive player without a.ball Opponent without a.ball Cone terms used Basic save position • The posture the goalkeeper has when saving a direct shot is individual and based on physical abilities • Also referred to as basic posture or basic position Dive • When the goalkeeper is throwing him/herself to the side to cover a shot from a diagonal pass or a diagonal movement Delayed penalty • • When the team with the ball has been offended but has the chance to continue the attack, the referee will lift the other arm up as a sign of delayed penalty The game continues until a goal is scored or the defending team gains the possession of the ball or the ball is hit out of boundaries Face off • • • Face off is executed at the centre dot in the beginning of a new period as well as to confirm a goal Also executed when ever the game is interrupted and neither of the team’s can be rewarded with a free-hit or a hit-in Is executed from the nearest face-off dot from where the interruption occurred Free-hit • • A continuation of the play after a foul Executed by the team offended Goal area • • The bigger area in front of the goal cage Also referred to as the slot Goalkeeper’s area • • The smaller area in front of the goal cage Also referred to as the goal crease Goal cage • Also referred to as the net Handedness • • • Hit-in • • Handedness is a determining factor during fixed situations, free-hits and hit-ins A player who is holding the stick on the left side (right hand as an upper hand) is referred to as a player playing on the left who is usually a right handed player A player who is holding the stick on the right side (left hand as an upper hand) is referred to a player playing on the right who is usually a left handed player A continuation for the play when the ball is hit out of boundaries Executed by the non-offending team from 1,5 meters distance from the board at the place where the ball left the rink but never behind the imaginary goal line Playing short handed • One or more players disadvantage Power play • One or more players advantage Time out • 30 seconds break which is allowed once for each team during a game including extra time • Should be signalled to the referee when needed (by team captain but also coach can make the request Wall • When defending against a free-hit or a hit-in the defensive team creates a barrier (a tight line with two up to five players) in order to cover the shot

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