«face-off (or faceoff) is the method used to begin
play in ice hockey and some other sports»          
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In each game, there are one or two referees, who make on-ice decisions regarding penalties, goals and other matters. They wear striped jerseys with orange bands on the arms. There are also two linesmen, who wear striped jerseys with no orange bands; they keep track of offsides, passing and icing; and offer opinions to the referee if he asks. Other officials include the timekeeper, the official scorer, two goal judges (one behind each net) and the video goal judge. The latter official conducts video reviews of certain plays to see if questionable goals count or not.


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