In the NHL, the Voice Judge is a challenge where a player can speak for a player and then a judge can evaluate his or her performance.
Here’s how to take part in this week’s Voice Judge Challenge: The first step to becoming a voice judge is to get your voice heard.
So, here’s a checklist of things to consider when making your voice a part of your game.
Here are the judges, their responsibilities, and who they are.
Do you have the skills?
How many years have you played?
What is your favorite skill?
Do YOU have the right to speak on behalf of your team?
Do you know of any coaches who have a say in the call-ups?
Who would you like to see play the next game?
Are there any teams that have a great record and have a strong voice?
Do there exist any coaches that would be a good fit for the role?
The Voice Judge has a few criteria, and these will determine who is allowed to be a judge.
If you want to make it, you need to have the necessary skills and experience to be the right fit for your role.
Are you in your right mind?
Have you played in an NHL game or coached a team before?
What was the last time you had an opportunity to work with a player?
Are there some other players who might be interested in joining your voice?
Is there a player that has experience in the game that could lend a voice to your game?
What is the current status of the game?
Can you provide feedback on the game, your team, and other players?
How much is the price?
Can it be paid for by you?
Can your voice be heard by the other players on the ice?
What are the rules for your challenge?
Are they set in stone?
Do the rules specify which players can and cannot participate?
How much will the prize be worth?
What do you expect from the challenge?
Do YOU expect the judges to be able to give a good voice?
Do they have the experience to judge the game on their own?
Do the judges have any other skills that would help them?
Do other players know of coaches that can be a voice for the team?
Are the judges allowed to wear a mask, goggles, or a special helmet?
Are they required to wear helmets during games?
What type of equipment is required for the challenge and what kind of equipment does the judges use?
What kind of training is required?
Is it required for all players?
How long does it take for them to learn?
What if there is a dispute about who should be the Voice judge?
If there is, how do you resolve it?
What happens if a judge is injured or needs to be hospitalized?
Do they need to be in a uniform during games and do you have any special gear or equipment?
Are players allowed to take breaks during the game and during the Challenge?
Is it OK to use your voice during the games and during any challenges?
What happens to the equipment during breaks?
Are referees allowed to interfere with the game during a challenge?
What are their rules?
Are all players allowed on the bench during a game?
What about the officials?
Do all players get to wear gloves during a Challenge?
Are judges allowed off the ice during a break?
What type and frequency do they use?
Are gloves required during the break?
Can they be taken off?
Are whistles and whistles allowed during the Break?
Can you wear a helmet during breaks, at any time during the Game?
How does it work?
What does it mean when the team is in the penalty box?
Are penalty shots and goalies allowed during breaks in the games?
Can the goalie take a penalty shot or goal?
What makes the Challenge different from the other challenges?
Are coaches allowed to play the game with players from other teams?
What will that mean?
Are penalties to be given in the second and third periods?
Are goaltenders allowed to give their goaltender an extra assist?
Are goalies given two chances to score during a Break?
Can a goalie give two shots during a timeout?
Are teams allowed to use different goalscoring styles during the Games?
What style does each team use?
Do teams have to score on every goal?
How do they decide?
Do players have to stop for penalties during the first period?
Can goalie stop for the goalie and take a faceoff?
Do referees have to call penalties in the first and second periods?
Can teams play the Game with penalties?
Do penalty shots have to be called in