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The Lowest Common Denominator

from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,
Let's get right to it. Despite scheduled discussion about the issue at the post-season Board of Governors meeting, there's very little likelihood that the NHL will adopt a three-two-one-zero format for games next season - regulation wins worth three points, OT or shootout wins worth two, OT or shootout losses worth one, regulation losses worth zero - because such an approach will dramatically tilt the standings in favor of the league's most powerful teams, and if there's one overriding theme to which the NHL is committed, it's its commitment to the lowest common denominator.
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