Found August 22, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
PLAYERS: Colin Campbell
#NHL met today to discuss rules, namely obstruction. Looks like they’re going to tighten things up a bit for next season.— George Popalis (@SNGeorgePopalis) August 22, 2012 Yzerman doesn’t see a problem: “Game can’t live up to the standard it was seven years ago, you gotta allow players to compete 1-on-1” #NHL— George Popalis (@SNGeorgePopalis) August 22, 2012 Yzerman “systems have changed to combat a more wide open game, that prevents offense more than calling more penalties for interference #NHL— George Popalis (@SNGeorgePopalis) August 22, 2012 Overall feel is that level of calling infractions has slipped. Especially with consistency late in games, OT or playoffs. #NHL— George Popalis (@SNGeorgePopalis) August 22, 2012 Colin Campbell says the major area of concern in today’s meeting was hold-ups and interference on forechecking. #NHL— George Popalis (@SNGeorgePopalis) August 22, 2012

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