The act of a player, coach, or official manipulating a competition by interfering with its unpredictable nature.
The following four situations of manipulating competition are forbidden by the IIHF, and IHFT.
Athletes, officials, and other staffs cannot put up a bet on ice hockey competitions.
It is forbidden for athletes, officials, or other staffs to act in a way that would unfairly influence competitions.
Players, officials or other officials cannot share information they have about their teams or competitions (team tactics, injuries, etc.) with others due to their profession or relationship.
Players, officials or other officials must always report any suspicious behavior related to competition manipulation.
You can find the IIHF competition manipulation rules here: IIHF Competition Manipulation Code
The IIHF monitors all IIHF Competitions around the world through cooperation with sports experts from the following institutions, betting operators as well as local organisations.
(1) IOC INTEGRITY BETTING INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM (IBIS)
What Can Be Reported?
Any violation of the Contest Manipulation Rule or suspicious circumstances may be reported. We encourage you to report any instances of cheating that you have seen, experienced, or knowledge of, as well as any solid suspicions of cheating.