Saturday format- 1 5 Minute Timed Period. Game ends in tie if still tied
Sunday Format 1 3 Minute Full Field Overtime. Second Overtime will be Non- Timed Braveheart
If the schedule must be strictly adhered to and a decisive result is not required, it is recommended that games tied at the end of regulation be declared tie games. However, when a decisive result is required, the following tiebreaker may be used:
• Each team fields a goalie and a field player.
• Officials may inspect field crosses before the tiebreaker begins; no coach-requested checks.
• Teams defend the same goal they defended in the second half.
• Teams must use the goalies on the field at the end of regulation.
• The field players face off at center.
• Goalies must be behind their restraining lines during the faceoff.
• The goalies may not cross midfield.
• The first team to score a goal wins.
• There are no timeouts or substitutions permitted except in the case of injury (in which case the opponent may also substitute a player).
• If a team commits what would normally be a timeserving penalty during the tiebreaker, play is restarted with the offending player in his defensive half of the field (Mid Line for a technical foul) or in his defensive restraining area (Restraint Line for a personal foul) and the offended team’s field player in possession just outside the attack area (Box Line closest to goal).
• All other standard rules apply, including counts.