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Saturday Headlines involve Avs trade rumors and All-Star talk

Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman and Damien Cox discussed several topics during their "Saturday Headlines" segment, and they stated that:

1. The NHL's concussion-spotting system was reviewed, and it may move to the Department of Player Safety;

2. There are both rumors of Patrick Marleau going to Colorado and the Avalanche having to rid themselves of Tyson Barrie, and there are rumors about Patrick Wiercoch going to Colorado as well;

3. Cox noted that Martin Brodeur believes that the NHL is going toward larger nets, and that people won't notice them;

4. And Friedman stated that the NHL will decide on whether the All-Star Game has a 3-on-3 format sometime this week.

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  Tags: all+star+game, colorado+avalanche, martin+brodeur, patrick+marleau, patrick+wiercioch, tyson+barrie

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Slumpy's avatar

Larger nets, sigh. Over-expansion from 1980s and players much bigger in todays game. Thinned out talent over league and goalie equipment and jerseys waaaaaaaaaaaaaay to large for them.
How about getting rid of that stupid trapezoid rule first NHL before you try another radical change like larger nets. Put the red line rule back which would force more creativity instead of lame shot attempts constantly from point that have no hope of getting through.
angry

Tyson Barrie not valued by Patrick Roy? 53 pts last season and 24 yrs old. Overpaid Johnson and Beauchemin IMO.

Posted by Slumpy from Under My Wheels on 11/14/15 at 11:13 PM ET

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