Fewer Hockey Players Means Better Overtime
The National Hockey League tried to add some pizazz to the game in 2005 when it decided games still tied after one overtime period would be decided by shootouts. And while commissioner Gary Bettman insists the fans love one-on-one contests, the league's general managers seem to have soured on them.
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