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RADICAL Rule For Offense

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Suggested this before..Stick a dot smack dab in the high slot, little higher, maybe-but between the two FO circles, in each team's end. Use it for pk icings(allow 1 icing per penalty); so defenders gotta' make a choice, whenever they get control. Also use this FO dot for icings in the last 2 minutes of any period. Lastly, give offensive teams a lot of creative-leeway in these FO-formations; but strictly enforce the defensive set-up for them. This makes late-period minutes more intense/interesting, while also highlighting the importance of good strategically-offensive coaching.

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That'd definetly make for some interesting offensive set ups. Don't see it happening but still a very intriguing rule.

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I thought you were going to say play without goalies.

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Interesting and somewhat realistic, but I don't like the one icing per PK rule.

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The games in the Sharks series would have been all been something like 50-4 if they had this rule during last years playoffs.

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The games in the Sharks series would have been all been something like 50-4 if they had this rule during last years playoffs.

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yes because the sharks would have scored over 2 times per powerplay

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That'd definetly make for some interesting offensive set ups. Don't see it happening but still a very intriguing rule.

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Suggested this before..Stick a dot smack dab in the high slot, little higher, maybe-but between the two FO circles, in each team's end. Use it for pk icings(allow 1 icing per penalty); so defenders gotta' make a choice, whenever they get control. Also use this FO dot for icings in the last 2 minutes of any period. Lastly, give offensive teams a lot of creative-leeway in these FO-formations; but strictly enforce the defensive set-up for them. This makes late-period minutes more intense/interesting, while also highlighting the importance of good strategically-offensive coaching.

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C'mon, let's spice things up at the end of every period. It's entertainment, is it not?

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The easiest solution is getting rid of offsides

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