NHL GMs watch new rules play out on the ice
TORONTO -- NHL general managers and coaches saw the changing face of hockey firsthand.
An entire three-period scrimmage was played with only a handful of stoppages for offsides, as potential new rules were tested Monday -- the first of three days of experiments.
"Could you imagine Wayne [Gretzky] and Mario [Lemieux] playing that kind of game?" New York Rangers general manager Glen Sather said. "They'd have a field day.''
The rules testing began with a look at ...
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