SBD/November 29, 2017/Leagues and Governing Bodies

NHL Players, Coaches Believe Scoring Spike To Start Season Due To More Slashing Penalties

Goal-scoring is up 12.4% after the first quarter of the NHL season, and many players and coaches "believe there’s a direct correlation between the slashing crackdown" and the increase in goals, according to Eric Duhatschek of THE ATHLETIC. Only once in the past 12 years have "mo...

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