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by Paul on 10/09/11 at 10:44 AM ET
“When you have guys racing to the end-boards, you’re always going to have legs tangled and skates tangled with sticks, no matter how careful the players are trying to be so that they don’t hurt one another. And they don’t try to hurt each other. Players get hurt mostly because of accidents and there are too many accidents.
“I just don’t think it’s worth it anymore. I’m not in favor of the no-touch rule that’s used it in the Olympics. I’d like to keep the race in our game, but the risk would be taken out of it by having the race stop at the dots.
“That’s what I’d like to see.”
-Glen Sather, President and GM of the New York Rangers via Larry Brooks of the NY Post where you can read more on this and other hockey topics.
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