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Alton
06-12-2010, 02:03 PM
maybe this is elsewhere in this thread... who sits on this committee?

The 12-member Ice Hockey Rules Committee--

MEN'S DIVISION I INTERESTS:
Forrest Karr (Alaska athletic director), committee chair
John Hill (Minnesota assistant coach)
Derek Schooley (Robert Morris head coach)
Ed McLaughlin (Niagara athletic director)

WOMEN'S DIVISION I INTERESTS:
Sarah Fraser (Brown assistant athletic director)
Robert Wells (St Lawrence head coach)
Claudia Asano (Union head coach)

MEN'S DIVISION II/III INTERESTS:
Chris Salani (Finlandia athletic director)
Frank Millerick (Becker athletic director)
Bill Gorman (Wentworth associate athletic director)

WOMEN'S DIVISION II/III INTERESTS:
Mike Carroll (Gustavus Adolphus head coach)
William Mandigo (Middlebury head coach)

Runninwiththedogs
06-12-2010, 05:14 PM
Why don't you just ask Hakstol if you can give him a blow job and get it over with?

He certainly needs one.

Dirty
06-12-2010, 05:30 PM
He certainly needs one.

Are you volunteering?

Runninwiththedogs
06-12-2010, 05:35 PM
Are you volunteering?

No, he's not Jamie Russell or Mike Eaves or Brett Larson.

Farce Poobah
06-12-2010, 05:35 PM
With the massive increase in the number of faceoffs (shorthanded teams will still ice the puck ... or just fire it into the crowd), teams / players that are good on faceoffs become more valuable.

Oh, and there will be a sharp drop in contact to the head penalties that now become minors for roughing, elbowing and high sticking instead of minors for contact to the head.

Happy
06-12-2010, 05:45 PM
Why don't you just ask Hakstol if you can give him a blow job and get it over with?

you misspelled it, it's Hakstool, idiot. and, besides, that's your job.

Dirty
06-12-2010, 06:54 PM
Seriously, no one gives a sh^t about your obsession with Dave Hakstol. Just write him love letters or shut the **** up.

BC/HE
06-12-2010, 06:58 PM
One thing to remember in this no icing on the Penalty kill is that they are changing the definition of icing. So you can still ice it with the possibility of having the icing waved off if when the puck passes the face off circle the officials decide an attacker will get there first. This will keep the powerplay team from playing too close offensively as they must be ready to race for an icing. What it will stop a lot of are the wild slaps from deep in your own end just to get it out of the zone. The defense will have to play it with more strategy and when they are leaving the zone instead of just icing they will have to hit the redline before dumping it. I am starting to find this proposed rule not as bad as I originally thought.

candycanes99
06-12-2010, 07:03 PM
One thing to remember in this no icing on the Penalty kill is that they are changing the definition of icing. So you can still ice it with the possibility of having the icing waved off if when the puck passes the face off circle the officials decide an attacker will get there first. This will keep the powerplay team from playing too close offensively as they must be ready to race for an icing. What it will stop a lot of are the wild slaps from deep in your own end just to get it out of the zone. The defense will have to play it with more strategy and when they are leaving the zone instead of just icing they will have to hit the redline before dumping it. I am starting to find this proposed rule not as bad as I originally thought.

That means some of the PK unit needs to chase the puck rather than changing though, which means tired players. Not to mention they're usually too tired at that point to chase it anyway. It changes a lot of mechanics of the PK unnecessarily.

BC/HE
06-12-2010, 07:10 PM
That means some of the PK unit needs to chase the puck rather than changing though, which means tired players. Not to mention they're usually too tired at that point to chase it anyway. It changes a lot of mechanics of the PK unnecessarily.

A lot of the penalty kill players are the fastest on the team so it could set up a lot of SHG's as well. Once it is waved off the PK unit would probably change up except for that one player and he too could just reverse directions once the call to wave it off is made as he does not have to officially win the race but just get the wave off. A lot of new strategy here.

Happy
06-12-2010, 07:11 PM
Seriously, no one gives a sh^t about your obsession with Dave Hakstol. Just write him love letters or shut the **** up.

they must be selling some real bad crack up there, since you are the only one to bring up hakstool, and you are the one who keeps bringing him up over and over. idiot.

Yager
06-12-2010, 08:03 PM
He certainly needs one.
Hakstol AND dirty need one. Maybe they can help each other out. ;)

Runninwiththedogs
06-12-2010, 08:13 PM
A lot of the penalty kill players are the fastest on the team so it could set up a lot of SHG's as well. Once it is waved off the PK unit would probably change up except for that one player and he too could just reverse directions once the call to wave it off is made as he does not have to officially win the race but just get the wave off. A lot of new strategy here.

You think your top players will be out there on the PK if this new rule is adopted?

Priceless
06-12-2010, 08:17 PM
Hakstol AND dirty need one. Maybe they can help each other out. ;)

June 9th has already passed.

Driftryder
06-12-2010, 08:32 PM
The 12-member Ice Hockey Rules Committee--

MEN'S DIVISION I INTERESTS:
John Hill (Minnesota assistant coach)


That explains it.


The no icing while shorthanded is the dumbest thing I've heard of why mess with that at all. A crappy PP will probably now be at 20% while a good PP will be about 40% or so.

burgie12
06-12-2010, 10:28 PM
One thing to remember in this no icing on the Penalty kill is that they are changing the definition of icing. So you can still ice it with the possibility of having the icing waved off if when the puck passes the face off circle the officials decide an attacker will get there first. This will keep the powerplay team from playing too close offensively as they must be ready to race for an icing. What it will stop a lot of are the wild slaps from deep in your own end just to get it out of the zone. The defense will have to play it with more strategy and when they are leaving the zone instead of just icing they will have to hit the redline before dumping it. I am starting to find this proposed rule not as bad as I originally thought.
Your understanding of the new hybrid icing is wrong. The puck still needs to pass the opposing goal line to possibly be called. What changes is that this is no longer automatic. If an "attacking" player reaches the faceoff dots before a "defending" player, then the icing will be waved off, because icing should not be called when someone from the attacking team is five strides past everyone else.

So, the puck still has to go the full length, but it can be cancelled by fast skaters. However, as RWTD said, I expect the number of teams that still send out top players for the PK to drop significantly.

Goon
06-12-2010, 11:45 PM
One thing to remember in this no icing on the Penalty kill is that they are changing the definition of icing. So you can still ice it with the possibility of having the icing waved off if when the puck passes the face off circle the officials decide an attacker will get there first. This will keep the powerplay team from playing too close offensively as they must be ready to race for an icing. What it will stop a lot of are the wild slaps from deep in your own end just to get it out of the zone. The defense will have to play it with more strategy and when they are leaving the zone instead of just icing they will have to hit the redline before dumping it. I am starting to find this proposed rule not as bad as I originally thought.

No the rule is bad.

redwing77
06-13-2010, 01:33 AM
COuld someone explain the "recommendations" aspect of the Rules Committee?

So are these things now "law" or is there a process that happens next?

sbkbghockey
06-13-2010, 01:44 AM
is there going to be a rule against flipping the puck over the glass in the D zone?
If there isnt teams may just do that instead of icing the puck on the PK

That's a rule I expected to see, not the icing rule!! It's soooooo freaking stupid!! :mad:

If not bring a baseball glove to games, because pucks are going to be flying off the ice during the pk.

Patman
06-13-2010, 08:08 AM
No the rule is bad.

only because you won't be able to change the skaters.