Please answer the following questions after first reviewing the following documents

Floor Hockey Coaching Guide, Quick Start Guide
Special Olympics Inc. Floor Hockey Rules
SOKS Basic General Information

This exam needs to be completed every 4 years.

Sport-specific Quiz: Floor Hockey

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1. Official Special Olympics floor hockey competitions include which of the following events?
2. True or false: During Special Olympics floor hockey practices and competitions, all athletes are required to wear helmets with full face masks, protective hockey gloves, shin guards, and proper athletic footwear.
3. During Special Olympics floor hockey competitions, a team on the playing area must consist of _____ players.
4. True or false: At any time during Special Olympics floor hockey competitions, the goalkeeper may be replaced for an extra forward/player.
5. Special Olympics floor hockey teams shall start a competition with a minimum of ____ players and an maximum of _____ players.
6. During Special Olympics floor hockey competitions, if two goalkeepers are designated on a roster they must ______________________.
7. True or false: During Special Olympics floor hockey competitions, athletes? parents/guardians, siblings and friends are allowed to sit on the team bench at the discretion of the head coach.
8. During Special Olympics floor hockey competitions, a face-off shall occur after which occurrence?
9. True or false: It is legal to kick the puck during play, including attempts by the offensive team to score a goal.
10. During Special Olympics floor hockey competitions, a minor foul will be called if a player/goalkeeper holds the puck longer than _____ seconds.
11. During Special Olympics floor hockey competitions, referees may impose a minor or major penalty if a player?s/goalkeeper?s stick rises above ____________________.
12. During Special Olympics UnifiedĀ® Sports floor hockey competitions, the line-up can contain no more than _____ partners on the floor at any one time.
13. The most important skill for floor hockey athletes to master is _______________.
14. The easiest way to regain possession of the puck is to __________________.
15. The most efficient way to regain possession of the puck is to __________________.