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sports dictionary Ice hockey - RED LANTERN


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Ice hockey RED LANTERN a special "beacon" that signals when a goal is scored. This attribute first appeared in 1945. Two colored lanterns were installed outside the gate. If the red light came on, it meant that the puck hit the target. The green lantern was lit when the projectile did not cross the goal line. Such an innovation was largely focused on improving the comfort of the viewer. Watching the game even from an impressive distance, the fan learned about the goal synchronously with all the participants of the match. The red light turns on the referee who is working behind the goal. It is he who determines the goal taking and gives the corresponding signal. The electronics are adjusted in such a way that after the end of the game time, the referee cannot turn on the "red light". This prevents a goal from being recorded after the timer is stopped. Almost all hockey leagues have already moved away from using the red lantern. A goal is marked with an audible signal.