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Keep OT The Way It Is

from Brian Cazeneuve at Sports Illustrated,

There has been talk about ways to shorten OT games—play four-on-four after a period; go to a shootout after two periods; flip hockey cards after three periods. It all seems like the same thing to me. OT is a tradition as glorious as the Stanley Cup itself. Yes, the NHL needs to find ways to market and to modernize, but changing overtime sounds too much like playing with the steak rather than the sizzle. Hey, it’s May. Anyone for steak?


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