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Another hockey season is well under way and with it, The Dreger Report makes its season debut today and will be posted post every Friday on TSN. NFL From China .ca. Extra Time Issues Is it merely a matter of time before the National Hockey League moves to 3-on-3 overtime, or is jeopardizing the future of the shootout too risky? The American Hockey League is currently testing an overtime formula that begins with the dreaded dry scrape before three minutes of 4-on-4, followed by four minutes of 3-on-3. Through Friday, the AHL has had six overtime games - with three decided in the first three minutes and three decided in the new 3-on-3 window. Yes, its a small sample size, but not one AHL game this season has required a shootout to decide a winner. The NHL, unwilling to embrace 3-on-3, is watching the AHL experiment closely. And while its interested in the early returns, the league understandably needs to see more games and more data before making (another) overtime change the top agenda when NHL general managers meet in March. NHL sources suggest the 3-on-3 success in the American Hockey League will generate a larger debate. If games are overwhelmingly decided in overtime, it will naturally minimize the shootout. And many believe that league brass doesnt want to see that happen. For that matter, a good percentage of NHL fans may not want to see that happen, either. Now both the NHL and AHL are both using the dry scrape and long change. The dry scrape, a.k.a. The Buzz Kill, was introduced to provide a better playing surface in hopes of generating goals and curbing shootouts. While arena crews manning two Zamboni machines have cut their time to a reasonable four-and-a-half to five minutes, there are some in both leagues who are still irked by the halt in momentum. The long change strategy - where teams switch sides in overtime to encourage defensive mistakes - is generating positive reviews, but the changes at the NHL level arent collectively having any impact. So far this season, the NHL has produced 17 games going beyond regulation with four of those games decided in overtime. Last season, there were 17 games beyond regulation played over the same stretch, with seven decided in overtime. So as the season rolls on, NHL decision makers (as will we) will continue to monitor the AHLs testing with the dry scrape, long change and 3-on-3 overtime - as heavily scrutinized as its been along the way. World Cup Update The NHL, NHL Players Association and International Ice Hockey Federation met on Wednesday in New York regarding the 2016 World Cup of Hockey. While the meeting was described as productive, its still believed an announcement is at least a month away. Toronto will host the event in September of 2016, but its still unknown as to which countries - or how many - will participate. For now, the World Cup of Hockey will remain in North America and is expected to generate a bidding war between potential future host cities, including those in Europe. On The Marc With The Senators And our daily Marc Methot watch continues in Ottawa. The Senators defenceman remains on the sidelines and hasnt been able to resume skating. His prognosis is expected to be updated early next week. Based on the play of young forward Curtis Lazar, the Senators will have a tough decision to make when Methot is lifted off Injured Reserve. The Senators have 23 players on their active roster, so based on a stalled contract negotiation, trade possibilities involving Methot could kick into high gear when he returns to good health. Until next week...look forward to our next edition of Insider Trading on TSN and on Tuesday. 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Canada had to stay strong in their own end, as the Czechs managed 12 shots on net in the first period. The Canadian squad scored its first goal 1:42 in the second period, when Bach cracked the scoreboard on an assist from Breanne Wilson-Bennett. Wildfang followed up with her first goal just over a minute later tto make it 2-0 going into second intermission. NFL Jerseys Cheap. "The team (had) been working really hard all game, and we knew that we needed to stay focused," Wildfang said. "My first goal came from a beautiful pass from my linemate, Rebecca Leslie, and she couldnt have made a more perfect pass to me, and it found the back of the net." Canada kept up its momentum in the third as Lalancette added a goal at 4:06 in the period, Potomak scored a power-play goal at 8:16 and Wildfang added her second of the game with three minutes to go. "The second one, I got another beautiful pass from my D-partner Ainsley MacMillan, and I had a great line standing in front of the goalie to block her eyes," Wildfang said. "Were proud of our accomplishment tonight a Now we have to get refocused for whats to come." Canada will play one of two winning teams from Thursdays quarter-finals on Saturday. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' ' 

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