Category Archives: Around the NHL

Goaltender Interference Rule Change Has Been Approved

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The NHL’s goaltender interference rules this season have been… let’s say questionable. Coaches, general managers, and players have spoken out against a rule that seemingly changes from game to game. This all came to a head at the general managers’ meetings the other week in Florida where the goaltender interference rules were a hot topic of conversation.

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An Early Look at Who The Rangers Can Target in Free Agency

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The Rangers are in a spot we haven’t seen them in for years, and it’s a strange sight to see. Sellers at the deadline, hoping for them to lose for better odds at the draft, at least I am, and just hoping for a revamped coaching staff come next season. One thing that hasn’t really come up, mainly since we’re not even in the playoffs yet, is free agency.

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Thou Shalt Not Enter The Blue Paint!

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In a season filled with talking points across the NHL, perhaps the biggest point of contention, outside of the Olympics, is goaltender interference. Games have been turned, and one could argue the 2014 Stanley Cup is a prime example, because of a goal that was allowed or disallowed based on the (poor) judgment of the referee. This needs to end, and there are a couple of simple solutions to this problem.

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