## FAQ: How Much Time Between Periods In Hockey?

Play shall be resumed promptly following each intermission upon the expiration of fifteen minutes and thirty seconds (15:30) (or seventeen (17) minutes for nationally televised games) or a length of time designated by the League from the completion of play in the preceding period.

## How long are the periods in a NHL game?

The standard length of an NHL hockey game is 60 minutes, or 3 periods of 20 minutes. If the score is tied after sixty minutes, the game will extend to a 5-minute overtime followed by a shootout. During the playoffs, teams will play sudden-death overtime to settle a tie which is also made up of 20-minute periods.

## How long is halftime in hockey?

A match ordinarily consists of two periods of 35 minutes and a halftime interval of 5 minutes. Other periods and interval may be agreed by both teams except as specified in Regulations for particular competitions.

## How long is it between overtime and third period?

How long between regulation and overtime? When a game ends in a tie and goes to overtime in the regular season there is no intermission. The play resumes after a two minute stoppage in time and 3-on-3 overtime will then begin.

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## How long is the second intermission in hockey?

NHL intermissions are 18-minutes long for all regular season games. The intermissions take place at the conclusion of the 1st and 2nd period. During the playoffs, each additional intermission prior to the overtime period(s) are 15-minutes long.

## What is the icing rule in hockey?

Icing is when a player on his team’s side of the red center line shoots the puck all the way down the ice and it crosses the red goal line at any point (other than the goal). Icing is not permitted when teams are at equal strength or on the power play.

## How much time is between overtime periods in hockey?

In the Stanley Cup playoffs and in all tiebreaker games, overtime periods are played like regulation periods – teams are at full strength (five skaters, barring penalties), there is no shootout, and each overtime period is 20 minutes with full intermissions between overtime periods.

## How long is ice hockey played?

A regular game consists of three 20-minute periods, with a 15-minute intermission after the first and second periods. Teams change ends for each period. If a tie occurs in a medal-round game, a five-minute sudden-victory overtime period is played.

## What time does a 7pm hockey game end?

if a game starts at 7pm, what time does it usually end if it doesn’t go to OT? 9:45pm +/- 15 minutes depending how many goals, penalties, fights, or other stoppages in play there are. Usually about 3 hours is the max.