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Non-Stop Shootout Action

The Hockey News Charile Teljeur discusses the stick measurement during the shootout.
This is where it starts to get tricky. In essence they want the referees one step ahead in the shootout. They don't want a delay in the spectacle, nor do they want officials chasing unmeasured players to the net. By alternating like this, fans at one end of the building will see the dramatic one-on-one while fans at the other will be treated to a man in a striped shirt brandishing a protractor (Go Obtuse Angle!).
more...god for a laugh...

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