NHL GMs will discuss changing shootouts to follow international rules

Shootouts in the NHL might be changing in the near future. Doug Armstrong, GM of the St. Louis Blues, proposed altering the shootout to follow the rules currently used in international hockey. The new rules would allow a team to use any shooter they would like – even if that means using the same shooter over and over again – should the shootout last beyond the first three...
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November 15, 2016  |  Discuss

NHL’s 3-on-3 overtime is bananas and a total blast

When the NHL announced they’d be changing the overtime format from 4-on-4 to 3-on-3, I was excited. I’m not as lukewarm on the shootout as other people seem to be, as it totally eliminated the tie, which made hockey games feel like they had a certain degree of pointlessness. But, it didn’t seem all that fair to go to a shootout, where goals weren’t officially scored to decide...
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October 21, 2015  |  Discuss

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