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from The Hockey News, via TSN:

While there’s no guarantee the schedule will change, one source close to the board of governors said yesterday there is an appetite to alter a format that sees teams play its division rivals eight times a season and teams in the other conference just once every three years.
‘‘I think the ones who want change will get a vote their way,’’ the source said. ‘‘What will probably happen is that they’ll say, ‘Hey, this matrix isn’t perfect, but it’s a lot better than what we have now.’ ‘’

The league is also expected to discuss the Pittsburgh Penguins situation, but Bettman said yesterday he’s content at the moment to allow the process in Pittsburgh to play itself to a conclusion. Daly said the NHL would likely need to know within a month about the Penguins fate.
Contrary to reports, both Bettman and Daly said there will be no discussion at the meeting about future expansion, making nets bigger or increasing the number of teams in the playoffs to 20. There has been talk that the league might allow 10 teams per conference into the post-season, with the seven, eight, nine and 10 seeds playing a mini-tournament in the first round.

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