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  1. If the NHL chooses to go “woke” they will lose another fan. I do not watch NFL, NBS, or MLB, due to their politics.
    I am sure that I am not the only one who feels this way. Stay out of politics and play the game.

  2. As an avid NHL fan, watching teams that are tied with 5 minutes left in the game skate for the tie to ensure at least 1 point is boring and not very competitive. I think it’s time to revamp the points again to put a premium on regulation wins. Since tie games no matter who wins are worth 3 points, make every game worth 3. For example if a team wins in regulation, they earn 3 points. Overtime points would remain the same, 2 for the win and 1 for the loss. Or zero points for a loss of any kind and 3 for a regulation win and only 2 for an overtime win. As a fan, seeing teams, mostly in out of conference games have more incentive to win outright would encourage tougher competition in what is already the best league on the planet.

  3. Why can't I "get asll out of town games" as Center Ice advertises (and I thought I paid for (again this year)? Direct TV says it "has no control over ESPN+"; therefore I can't get those games even with the Center Ice package. Are you making us also buy ESPN+. That is not fair.

  4. I am not sure I understand why Dylan Larkin was suspended for one game, when Mathieu Joseph hit Dylan Larkin from behind into the boards first. Is the NHL condoning hitting from behind? Why aren't you making a greater effort at removing this from the game? He could've have given him a spinal injury or concussion. It's not like Larkin turned his back at the last instant.
    I know Larkin's reaction was not acceptable, however he did not hit Joseph directly in the face, if that counts for something, probably because of the angle he was skating by Larkin.
    To sum up, if you were to give a one game suspension to Larkin; you should be giving a one game suspension to Joseph.

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