Minnesota Inline Hockey follows the rules of USA Inline. Unlike ice hockey, inline hockey does not allow any contact except incidental and accidental and it is up to the referees to determine otherwise. Please click on the following link for USA Inline rules. USA Inline does not actually exist anymore but the framework they established is still the rule of thumb on the rules.
Here's the big three to remember:
1. No fighting and be respectful of the refs (don't be surprised for a penalty for swearing at the refs, what league allows that?). Both USA Inline and USA Hockey have tightened up their rules on contact with other players. Inline has always been more restrictive than ice hockey so a lot of contact that happens in ice may be called in inline games.
2. Must play in three regular season games to be eligible for playoff (who wants to get to a championship game and find out the other team has brought in ringers, seriously)
3. We all have to work the next day, if your not here for fun, please don't play
4. If you play in the Premier league, you can't play in the bronze league.