NHL GMs reach consensus on visors
TORONTO -- The NHL's 30 general managers reached a consensus Wednesday on grandfathering visors, hybrid icing and further reducing the size of goalie equipment.
All of the potential changes still need approval from the NHL Players' Association.
Easily the lead item was the NHL moving one step closer to making visors mandatory for first-year players entering the league and grandfathering existing players.
"Our managers are for grandfathering visors," said Colin Campbell, ...
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