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FlagDUDE08
04-19-2018, 03:28 PM
2018's off-season is going to be a rule change year. What sort of things are under consideration this time around?

Hopefully it won't be as bad as 2010 was.

joecct
04-19-2018, 03:36 PM
what I'd like to see:

"Aggressive" and "Dangerous" fouls are non releaseable - you must serve the full 2 minutes.
Can't ice from the defensive zone on the PK.

D3 men have the option of RRL as an officiating system.

Ma#1ne Hky
04-19-2018, 04:34 PM
Go to a 10 minute overtime instead of 5 minutes....BUT NO Shoot-Outs....

UMICH
04-19-2018, 04:40 PM
Go to a 10 minute overtime instead of 5 minutes....BUT NO Shoot-Outs....

10 minute OT sounds good but then you'd have to resurface the ice after the 3rd period. I agree on the no shootouts thing as far as the NCAA is concerned but if a conference wants to do them for conference standings only so be it. I'm not a fan of them but for conference points they are tolerable. I like the idea of a 1o minute OT but there is the resurfacing issue though.

BC/HE
04-19-2018, 04:44 PM
So at how many minutes would they have to resurface if at 5 they don't and 10 they do? Would 6,7 or 8 minute OT's be OK?

FlagDUDE08
04-19-2018, 04:45 PM
what I'd like to see:

"Aggressive" and "Dangerous" fouls are non releaseable - you must serve the full 2 minutes.
Can't ice from the defensive zone on the PK.

D3 men have the option of RRL as an officiating system.

2010 called, and they want their terrible ideas back. :p

UMICH
04-19-2018, 04:54 PM
So at how many minutes would they have to resurface if at 5 they don't and 10 they do? Would 6,7 or 8 minute OT's be OK?

IMHO you shouldn't go beyond 25 total minutes of play without resurfacing for safety reasons. Even in the NHL they do a dry scrape just prior to the Shootout. They used to do a full resurface down the center (2 passes only) but that took too much time and ruined the flow of the game. Like I said I like the idea of going 10 minutes but you'd need to add an if necessary intermission. That would be ify.

*Please note, that is just my opinion based on conversations with players over the years.

joecct
04-19-2018, 06:50 PM
Back in the dark ages (pre mid 90s), all NCAA overtimes were 10 minutes.

Then the evil CCHA went to 5 minute OTs and the rest of the NCAA soon followed.

And nobody resurfaced

UMICH
04-19-2018, 08:19 PM
Back in the dark ages (pre mid 90s), all NCAA overtimes were 10 minutes.

Then the evil CCHA went to 5 minute OTs and the rest of the NCAA soon followed.

And nobody resurfaced

Sure, blame it on us....

J.D.
04-19-2018, 09:38 PM
The more and more i see linesman try to decide what icing is, the more confusing it gets. The "new" icing is probably here to stay but i would look to try and improve it if there's a way.

pdt1081
04-19-2018, 09:44 PM
As much as I hate slowing down a game, review replay before a major is called. Major for "contact to the head" should at least involve contacting the head.

And redefine interference. If pick plays are acceptable a the rule needs to reflect it.

FlagDUDE08
04-20-2018, 05:14 AM
As much as I hate slowing down a game, review replay before a major is called. Major for "contact to the head" should at least involve contacting the head.

And redefine interference. If pick plays are acceptable a the rule needs to reflect it.

They already review them in the playoffs, so it was probably a pilot; wouldn't be surprised if it comes to the regular season. I do agree, especially with the whole league forcing timeouts during the game, that games are getting long. I remember when it was a nice 2 hours.

pdt1081
04-20-2018, 09:09 AM
They already review them in the playoffs, so it was probably a pilot; wouldn't be surprised if it comes to the regular season. I do agree, especially with the whole league forcing timeouts during the game, that games are getting long. I remember when it was a nice 2 hours.
Along with that, media timeouts need addressed as well. If a team calls a timeout, do a media timeout. Reviewing a play, do a media timeout. There's no reason to have these long delays for reviews, injuries, and team timeouts, to then turn around and have a media timeout at the very next whistle. Happens almost every game and drags them out even longer.

Split-N
04-20-2018, 09:53 AM
Along with that, media timeouts need addressed as well. If a team calls a timeout, do a media timeout. Reviewing a play, do a media timeout. There's no reason to have these long delays for reviews, injuries, and team timeouts, to then turn around and have a media timeout at the very next whistle. Happens almost every game and drags them out even longer.

This!!! Yet another factor corroding the appeal of our game and, in turn, contributing to the steady decline in the numbers of butts in the seats.

FlagDUDE08
04-20-2018, 11:44 AM
Along with that, media timeouts need addressed as well. If a team calls a timeout, do a media timeout. Reviewing a play, do a media timeout. There's no reason to have these long delays for reviews, injuries, and team timeouts, to then turn around and have a media timeout at the very next whistle. Happens almost every game and drags them out even longer.

And for crying out loud, no media timeouts after goals!

TigerFan86-87
04-20-2018, 11:50 AM
And for crying out loud, no media timeouts after goals!
They're not supposed to have them after goals.
Of course it never fails that the next whistle is mere seconds later, so all the momentum is lost anyhow.

Timothy A
04-20-2018, 01:11 PM
Ban media timeouts (burn them all between periods, pregame and post game), 20 minute OT (who doesn't want to watch more free hockey, what's the rush to get home?), call all interference, review no plays (didn't have reviews for how many years and the game survived just fine).

FlagDUDE08
04-20-2018, 01:31 PM
They're not supposed to have them after goals.
Of course it never fails that the next whistle is mere seconds later, so all the momentum is lost anyhow.

Haven't been to a game at RPI lately, eh?

cetihcra
04-20-2018, 01:36 PM
Ban media timeouts (burn them all between periods, pregame and post game), 20 minute OT (who doesn't want to watch more free hockey, what's the rush to get home?), call all interference, review no plays (didn't have reviews for how many years and the game survived just fine).

Gonna make them use wood sticks also?

r

SpauldingSmails
04-20-2018, 01:41 PM
Gonna make them use wood sticks also?

r

Yes. And go back to having rules about the size of curves...maybe even flat sticks to increase the use of backhanded shots.