The NHL General Managers are currently at their yearly meetup in Boca Raton, Florida, and the agenda is filled with discussions on how to make the game better and more appealing to fans. Goaltender interference reviews were one of the biggest issues heading into the meetings, and one brought up today in a long discussion behind closed doors. Out of that meeting, several reports surfaced that the general consensus was to work towards centralizing the decision making to a league office or war room, though Chris Johnston of Sportsnet adds that no final decisions have been made. Interestingly though, Emily Kaplan of ESPN tweets that NHL Executive VP Colin Campbell believes there is a growing problem with goaltender embellishment and that it is being coached into them.
Goaltender Interference Dominates GM Meetings
Pro Hockey Rumors | Mar 19