An Incident Report is official documentation of an issue that happens before/during or after a game. This report is to be filled out by the official after a game recording the penalty ruling, and the officials description of the incident. The 1660 Incident Report has 3 copies, one that stays with the official, one goes to the home manager, and one to the visiting manager.
It is the manager's duty to ensure that incident reports are filled out correctly. This can be done by reviewing the incident report at the arena. If clarification is needed, the manager is to go to the other manager then proceeds to discuss with the official. Managers/people are not permitted to enter the referee room, and shall not approach the official without the other manager present. The discussion can only be regarding clarification of the recordings written on a game sheet or incident report. NO DISCUSSION at all is to be had with the official regarding his/her assessment of a penalty issued.
It is the team manager of the impacted player's responsibility to complete this form after an incident has occurred during 1660 Hockey League game. The home manager is to upload the electronic. pdf, .jpg version of the incident report as they are inputting the stats and game sheet, but the manager of the player which is named on the incident report is to fill out the form with the information from the completed Incident Report. This is the fasted way for the information to reach the Discipline Coordinators for a ruling.
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