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02-04-2013, 11:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Lshap View Post
A protracted season makes every game count for more, which makes every bad call count for more. There are fewer games for the screw-ups to hide.

Also, there were some subtle rule changes that players and refs are still unsure about.

But yeah, on the face of it, I've also noticed a lot of suspect penalties, goals that should've been, etc...

PS: I see your 37 years and raise you a 42. Nice to see some guys in my age bracket around here! Stick around.
OP is right.

There's no rhyme nor reason to a number of calls.

And my first season of watching hockey regularly was 1965-66, when Henri Richard slid into Roger Crozier and scored the Cup winning goal in OT.

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