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03-07-2013, 08:50 AM
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Hardyvan123
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Originally Posted by SaintPatrick33 View Post
The current state of dead-puck hockey isnt going to last forever either. The worm will eventually turn: It always does. People thought the high-flying days of the '80s was going to last indefinitely too.
The puck has never been dead they still treat it the same way they always have.

Unless there is a drastic change to goalie equipment and coaches are removed from the game or other drastic changes like that scoring isn't going to increase in any dramatic fashion any time soon.

If we look at objectively, we know why scoring is down and it's not a lack of skill or talent.

The game quite simply has changed and the conditions will not allow for a legend or god like Wayne, Orr or Mario to exist in terms of domination any more at the NHL level.

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