615 a or d game misconducts result in a one game suspension plus a $200 team fine.
615 f game misconducts result in a 3 game suspension (per USAH rules) plus a $200 team fine.
601 d game misconducts result in a one game suspension and a $200 team fine if a player is assessed the penalty; 1 game suspension, but no fine if a coach is assessed the game misconduct.
601 e is an automatic match penalty per USAH rules. No fine with the match penalty.
Two misconducts (10 min penalties) by the same player in the same game result in a game misconduct. The game misconduct is given in place of the second ten minute misconduct. The second misconduct must be entered as "Second Misconduct (same game).
Rule 403 b
Two major penalties in the same game by the same player result in a game misconduct. This is in addition to the second major and is a 2 game suspension.
Rule 411 b
If a team receives 3 or more major penalties in a single game the head coach will receive a one game suspension.
Add Up Those Penalties
4 penalties in a game by the same player results in a game misconduct for the player. 12 penalties in a game by one team results in a game misconduct for the head coach.
Double minors and two and ten penalties count as two separate penalties.
There are no longer any stand alone 5 minute major penalties - each 5 minute major is to be accompanied by a game misconduct penalty (the 5 and ten also counts as two separate penalties).