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08-24-2010, 05:21 PM
Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Hermitage TN
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I don't mind the trapezoid as much as the puck over the glass rule, but there is no way to realistically put it in the hands of the officials to determine intent. I would be open to experimenting in the AHL or a summer league with changing the puck over the glass rule from a minor penalty to a violation whereby the offending team would not be allowed to change as with icing, but honestly I'd be keeping a close eye on the number of pucks that go out of play then.
Under the current rules, far fewer stoppages are caused by pucks over the glass...which is also a safety issue as well...
True. Hadn't thought of that aspect. So maybe any puck that goes out of the rink should be penalized.
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