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10-26-2012, 10:25 AM
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Hybrid icing in AHL

Seems that the AHL has adopted Hybrid Icing. Great concept, lets hope it makes its way to the big league in the future. Taylor Fedun is mentioned in the article by Jim Matheson...


http://blogs.thescore.com/nhl/2012/1...-a-novice-now/

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Yeah I have watched all the Barons games with the hybrid icing. I have to say it seems to be working pretty seamlessly. I have no problems with them adopting it. This is a test run by the AHL (often a test run for the NHL) to see how it works out.

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I love it. Any change that speeds up game flow and lowers injuries while not negatively effecting the game is fine by me

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