Boarding - Rule 520
Striking the clenched fist of one hand into the open palm of the opposite hand in front of the chest.
Butt-Ending - Rule 521
A cross motion of the forearms, one moving under the other. Upper hand is open and the lower hand a clenched fist.
Player Change Signal - Rule 412
The Referee allows a five second period to the visiting team to make a player(s) change. After the five seconds, the Referee shall raise his arm which indicates that the visiting team shall no longer change any player and the home team has five seconds to change players.
Charging - Rule 522
Rotating clenched fists around one another in front of the chest.
Checking from Behind - Rule 523
A forward motion of both arms, with the palms of the hands open and facing away from the body, fully extended from the chest at shoulder level.
Clipping - Rule 524
Striking leg with either hand below the knee from behind, keeping both skates on the ice.
Cross-Checking - Rule 525
A forward and backward motion of the arms with both fists clenched, extending from the chest at a distance of about a half a meter.
Delayed Calling of Penalty - Rule 514
Extending the non-whistle arm fully above the head. It is acceptable to point at the player once and then extend the arm above the head.
Elbowing - Rule 526
Tapping either elbow with the opposite hand.
Puck in the Net - Rule 470
An extension of the arm pointing at the goal to indicate the puck has entered the net
Hand Pass - Rule 490
Use open palm of hand in a pushing motion.
High Sticking - Rule 530
Holding both fists clenched, one immediately above the other at the height of the forehead.
Holding - Rule 531
Grasping either wrist with the other hand in front of the chest.
Holding the Stick - Rule 532
Two stage signal involving the holding signal followed by an indication you are holding onto a stick with two hands in a normal manner.
Hooking - Rule 533
A tugging motion with both arms as if pulling something from in front toward the stomach.
Interference - Rule 534
Crossed arms with closed fists stationary in front of the chest.
Kneeing - Rule 536
Tapping either knee with the palm of the hand, while keeping both skates on the ice.
Match Penalty - Rule 507
Patting the palm of the hand on top of the head.
Misconduct Penalty and Game Misconduct Penalty - Rules 504, 505
Both hands on the hips.
Penalty Shot - Rule 508
Arms crossed above the head. Give the signal upon stoppage of play.
Roughing - Rule 528
Fist clenched and arm extended out to the side of the body.
Slashing - Rule 537
A chopping motion with the edge of one hand across the opposite forearm.
Spearing - Rule 538
Jabbing motion with both hands thrusting out immediately in front of the body and then hands lowered to the side of the body.
Time Out - Rule 422
Using both hands to form a "T" in front of the chest.
Too Many Players on the Ice - Rule 573
Indicate with six fingers (one hand open) in front of the chest.
Tripping - Rule 539
Striking leg with a moving follow through motion with either hand below the knee keeping both skates on the ice.
A sweeping sideways motion of both arms across the front of the body at shoulder level with palms down;
Checking to the Head and Neck Area - Rule 540
The side movement of the open palm of the hand towards the side of the head.
Women Body Checking - Rule 541
The palm of the non-whistle hand is brought across the body and placed on the opposite shoulder.