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Boys' Timekeepers: 
 
1. The first rule is that all games start and finish on time.
 
2. All games are running time. The Clock only stops for time outs or when indicated by the referee for an injury.
 
3. All penalties are stop time. The penalty clock starts and stops on the whistle. Unexpired penalties will carry over to the next quarter/half.  Penalties may be released upon a goal being scored – check with the referee before releasing any penalty.
 
4. There are 2 minutes between quarters and five minutes between halves.
 
5. Two minute rule. For divisions in which this rule applies (all but U9 games), the game clock will stop and start on the whistle in the last two minutes of the final quarter and any overtime period. For example: if the ball goes out of bounds at the 1:59 mark and the whistle is blown, the clock stops and restarts on the whistle, however, if the ball goes out of bounds at the 2:01 mark and the whistle is blown, the clock continues to run. If the slaughter rule is in effect (five goals for boys), the non-winning coach may opt to play running time for the final two minutes of the game.
 
6. Sudden Victory.  If there is overtime, the first goal ends the game.  If no goal is scored during the period, the game is a tie.
 
7. Time Out.  Time outs are two minutes.
 
Boys

 
Division
Game Time
Time Outs
2 Minute Rule Applies During
Overtime
U15
12 minute Quarters
2 per half per team
Fourth Quarter and overtime
One four minute sudden victory period, One time out
U13
10 minute Quarters
2 per half per team
Fourth Quarter and overtime
One four minute sudden victory period, One time out
U11
10 minute Quarters
2 per half
Per team
Fourth Quarter
None
U9
10 minute Quarters
1 per half
Per team
No
None