Found the specific reference to the 29.9 whistle. It’s in the Standard Practices document,...

Found the specific reference to the 29.9 whistle. It’s in the Standard Practices document, specifically talking about duly deputized jam timers whistling for delay of game penalties when queued skaters are not on the track for the next jam.

Does the same thing apply to all DoG penalty whistles?

“If that Skater is not on the track at the 29.9-second mark, the JT should blow four whistles, timed so the fourth whistle ends at the 30-second mark, and make the Official Timeout hand signal. They then should make the penalty call with the proper verbal cues and hand signals.”

It’s still not humanly possible to blow four distinct whistle sounds in less than 0.1 seconds.

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