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03-02-2012, 02:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Modo View Post
I've said all along that the best route is to just keep it simple.

2 points for a win.
0 for a loss.


A win is a win, and a loss is a loss. Since the NHL wanted to do away with ties, wins can happen at later stages of the game, but they're still wins.

A narrow shootout victory should hold just as much weight as a blowout win in regulation. And a loss 10 seconds into overtime shouldn't earn you a charity point when you get nothing if you lose 11 seconds earlier.
I hate the idea of a shootout resulting in a two-point swing. It's a crap shoot and is kitsch at best. I understand wanting to make it simple but I would definitely be against a system like that.

I like piqued's system. More points for a real win (regulation) than for OT or Shootout. Scoring a real goal in OT is still legit hockey and should be rewarded by the point system to show that.

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