Dave Lozo’s Bag Skate: Expanding Video Review Could Solve a Lot of NHL Problems

March 17th, 2015 by Dave Lozo Leave a reply »

There are some very powerful older men in Boca Raton, Florida, this week. No, these aren't the ones who live next door to your retired parents and decide when the Elks Lodge will hold its pancake breakfast and mixer with the Retired Ladies of Boca Canasta Club. These men won't install a puppet regime at the condo board elections.

These are the NHL's general managers, and they are deciding on potential changes that could affect the games you watch next season, although they could be planning a pancake breakfast too. You never know. Pancakes are great.

The biggest items on the GMs' agenda are tweaking overtime to introduce three-on-three and expanding video review to allow for goals scored as a result of goaltender interference to get a second look. Diving also seems to be a big deal for some reason, although that's like caring deeply about some chin acne when you're about to have heart surgery.

From the sound of things Tuesday, three-on-three is on the horizon, as is coaches' challenges for goaltender interference.

If expanding video review is on the table, why is goaltender interference as far as t ...

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