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Three Points For A Win

from the Toronto Star,
The National Hockey League, which feels obliged to award three points in some of its games, should go all the way and award three points in each and every match. It should stop rewarding a team for losing, too. Since the newly stirred and shaken league has elected to embrace the shootout, and clearly for a significant period if not permanently, it should re-evaluate the importance of the outcome of games. So here's one suggestion: Three points for a win in regulation time or in overtime. Zero points for a defeat in regulation or in overtime.


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