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NHL BoG Conditionally Approves Modifications Around Goal Net

From TSN:

Hockey fans could see modifications around the goal net before the puck is officially dropped on the 2011-12 NHL regular season.

The NHL Board of Governors met in New York on Tuesday and received conditional approval for the use of the verification line; a three-and-a-quarter inch line that sits behind the goalline.

The Board also received conditional approval to use thin mesh along the top of the net and a plastic skirt along the bottom.

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It’s about time.

Posted by Kaneone from NYC on 09/20/11 at 04:29 PM ET

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