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Offline bjmacke

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Single NSO Paperwork
« on: October 31, 2011, 05:34:04 pm »
A couple of yesterday's scrimmages were notably short on officials, so I got the chance to test run a theory on how to concentrate as many NSO tasks into a single person. Under normal circumstances we'd just have the one NSO tracking penalties and have the refs JT and have the skaters do some other task for their penalties. The theory of operation is that a single person, during a scrimmage, can handle multiple positions with the ultimate goal of having all tasks covered enough that any eligible skating refs can stay on skates.

My guess is that this is not a new thing and that other folks have made similar efforts, and I'm interested to hear how others have done this. But before getting into that deeper question, I'd like to see if anyone actually assembled a worksheet to use for this. I'll probably have my own version completed within the month, but if anyone else has something to work from, that'd be awesome.

Oh, and the hope is that the single sheet can cover for the following positions:
- Penalty Track
- Jam Time
- Penalty Box
- Scorekeeping

Thank you!
also known as Apron, if you didn't know already.

Offline Auntie Bellum

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Re: Single NSO Paperwork
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2011, 03:55:07 pm »
This will not do exactly what you want, but it is a start

It only covers penalty tracking (with the practice scrimmage rule of three minors and you go to the box) and score because that is generally all we need to write down

The jam timing is usually handled by the refs and the penalty box is usually a skater who is sitting out with an app.


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