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from the Toronto Star,

The inventor of a wireless timing system believes a game-time controversy on the weekend may move the National Hockey League toward adopting his technology next season.
Mike Costabile says his Precision Time System, used for seven seasons in the National Basketball Association, could have prevented confusion in Saturday’s New Jersey-Ottawa game over a Devils goal late in the first period.
“The key is that the officials on the ice control the clock with this system,” said Costabile. “Right now in hockey, the timekeeper has to look through a stack of legs and sticks to see the puck.”

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