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BOCA RATON, Fla. -- NHL general managers spent the first day of their three-day meetings discussing overtime and shootouts, expanded video reviews and goalie interference. The opening session Monday featured three breakout groups of 10 general managers, with each group assigned particular topics. There appears to be some concern that too many games are being decided in shootouts instead of during the flow of play. Of the 135 of 963 games played through last Saturday, 14 per cent were decided in a shootout. And 40 per cent that went to overtime were decided in a shootout. Among the suggested changes being discussed are a 3-on-3 element instead of four skaters apiece in the extra 5-minute session; extending the overtime; or requiring teams to switch ends of the ice, creating a longer change on line changes. But there doesnt seem to be a strong consensus toward any particular direction -- or even if overtime needs to be changed. Colin Campbell, the NHL executive vice-president and director of hockey operations, viewed the overtime issue as both an official and a hockey fan. "I think what the challenge is to maybe not have as many shootouts," Campbell said. "A lot of people in the game would rather see the game decided (not) in a skills contest. "I would, too, but Im the last one to leave the room when theyre doing the shootout. I like watching to see whats going to happen. So Im kind of torn in that direction." The discussion of expanded video review seems weighted on when to start reviewing the tape and how much time a review takes. "I will say there wasnt a lot of consensus on the criteria," said Craig MacTavish, Edmontons general manager. "Theres a lot that goes into it when youre trying to evaluate the specific criteria, like how long from the incident are you going to reel it back? "There was no resolution in our group in terms of making many changes to video review." The increase in activity around the net has also led to an interest in goalie interference at this weeks meetings. "Theres so much play around the net now, the way our game is now with everybody collapsing and boxing out and blocking shots," said Bryan Murray, Ottawas GM. "All the plays now that are goals, in most cases, theres some kind of foot in the crease. Im not interested in that. But if the goaltender is not allowed to make a play on the shot, then we should we get the call as correct as we can." Also on the agenda is kicked-in goals. "I think there is an appetite to have directed goals be allowed," said Tim Murray, Buffalos general manager. "I know it says distinct kicking motion, but (with) a blatant lift-your-foot-off-the-ice kick type of thing not allowed." On Tuesday, members of the breakout groups will report to the whole meeting.
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.com) - Its fair to call Mike McCarthy one of the best coaches in the NFL but its also more than objective to point out that the veteran mentor bookended the Green Bay Packers season with two, truly awful game plans in Seattle. WINNIPEG -- Weston Dressler was feeling pretty pumped after scoring a 75-yard touchdown on a second-quarter punt return in the Saskatchewan Roughriders 30-24 win over the Blue Bombers on Sunday. It didnt last long. The veteran receiver, who just re-signed with the club last month and was playing his second game, held his breath when he saw quarterback Darian Durant writhing in pain after taking a hit 5:38 in the third quarter. "Your heart just sinks," said Dressler, who re-signed after being cut by the NFL Kansas City Chiefs. "You never want to see a guy go down on the field, especially a guy like him. Hes our leader. Hes our guy. Hes our man that we follow. "Hes the guy that I followed for the last six years so its tough to see, but you know what type of guy he is, what type of fighter he is and hell get back on the field." Durant left the game holding his right throwing arm after being knocked to the turf by Bombers defensive end Bryant Turner on a play that had been whistled down in front of a sold-out crowd of 33,234 fans at Investors Group Field. Early reports said its an elbow injury, which isnt good news for the defending Grey Cup champions, who moved into second place in the CFL West Division with their seventh straight victory and 8-2 record. Saskatchewan head coach Corey Chamblin said he heard the officials whistle, but it was part of the positive and negatives that happen in a game. He didnt know the extent of Durants injury, but said it motivated the players to hang on to the lead with backup Tino Sunseri at the helm. "The guys knew that our leader was down and we have faith in Tino. Weve seen him before, but guys took it as a slight, they got a little pissed, but we finished the game," Chamblin said. Winnipeg (6-5), which has lost four of its last five games, had led 7-1 after the first quarter before the Riders exploded, outscoring the Bombers 26-1 in the second, including 17 points in a four-minute span. Defensive back Rod Williams started the second quarter with a 60-yard fumble return for a TD 15 seconds in after Bomber Lirim Hajrullahus 41-yard field-goal attempt was blocked by Weldon Brown. Running back Anthony Allen scored on a 13-yard run at 13:27 and Dressler missed some tackles and ran down the sidelines for his TD with 38 seconds left in the second quarter. Sunseri went in for Durant and led the Riders on a drive that ended with Chris Milos 35-yard field goal to make it 30-15.dddddddddddd Sunseri said a quick prayer Durant would be all right and then started warming up. "Whenever youre up by that many points, you want to establish the line of scrimmage, you want to run the football, understand the clocks in your favour and you dont want to turn the ball over," Sunseri said. "I felt like our offensive line and running backs did a great job of getting on their man and making sure they were opening holes, able to get first downs and making sure that we were able to put enough points on the board to win the game at the end." Sunseri completed two of five pass attempts for 30 yards. Durant was 8-of-9 for 77 yards before his injury. Winnipeg quarterback Drew Willy attempted his fifth late-game comeback of the season, hitting Aaron Kelly with a 29-yard TD pass with 2:27 left in the game to make it 30-24. Riders fullback Jerome Messam then carried the ball and fumbled, with Bombers defensive back Maurice Leggett picking it up and breathing new life into the Bombers at Saskatchewans 45-yard line with 1:36 left. The joy was brief as Willys next throw was intercepted by Williams with 1:26 remaining. Willy said he wished he had that throw back, but there was some positive in the team battling to the whistle. "The low obviously is the loss. Any time you lose a game, it stings, but we just need to look at the corrections, get better," Willy said. "We have a big game this week against B.C. (6-4)." Willy completed 26 of 38 pass attempts for 360 yards with two interceptions and two TDs. The victory gave the Riders a three-game sweep of the Bombers this season, following a 23-17 win in Winnipeg on Aug. 7 and a 35-30 victory last weekend in the Labour Day Classic game. Saskatchewan also came away from the 11th annual Banjo Bowl with its sixth victory in the tilt. One again, the Riders running game shone, chalking up a total of 196 yards compared to Winnipegs 94. "They scored one touchdown against our defence. They scored 16 (points) on our special teams," Bomber head coach Mike OShea said when asked about the rushing numbers. "We took too many penalties, gave up too many points on special teams Winnipeg had 13 penalties for 158 yards, compared to Saskatchewans six flags for 70 yards. One players from each team was ejected. à thats what Im concerned about." ' ' '
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