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Don and Ron.
They've all opined on no-touch icing: that it should be banned; that it should be ridiculed as a barbaric law that has hung above us for far too long; that it should be modified.
All points have validity, but modification fits most with me.
We fear for the back-checking D - sliding, ankle-first, into the boards.
He fears the loss of the puck.
When his legs crumple behind the net, we feel uncomfy but untroubled; he feels like a million unicorns are jabbing him in the knee.
We must do away with this clown-show by-law
We need a new rule!
And here it is:
If a puck is active in a disputed Icing call, the first player to seek said puck must tap the boards with his stick twice, but with both hands on it - just to make it fair. It could be like Riverdance in a few years.
Think of the revenue.
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