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Thursday, April 12, 2021

the extra
I’ve gotten myself into a ripping argument at About.com over NHL playoff overtime rules. Not surprisingly, my online friend David plays the role of instigator.

In my comments there, I allude to previously-blogged opinions on this (over)timely subject. I’ll be re-presenting those here shortly. But not tonight; I’m worn down, and I don’t want to delve into this in a less-than-sharp state. Look for the lowdown this coming weekend.

by Costa Tsiokos, Thu 04/12/2021 11:04:20 PM
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  1. Haha, you know it was funny, I didn’t even realize it was you I was responding to at first, then moused over the “CT” and laughed.

    Hockey-hater ;)

    Comment by David — 04/13/2007 @ 10:15:42 AM

  2. Indeed, I was wondering if you were stalking me on all my hockey-commenting tracks!

    Comment by CT — 04/13/2007 @ 11:03:09 AM

  3. ON PERPETUAL OVERTIME, REVISITED…

    Four years ago, I presented by thoughts on why multiple overtime periods were ultimately a bad idea for the NHL.
    My feelings haven’t changed much. Neither have the opposite opinions, really, despite the major post-lockout change of shootouts dec…

    Trackback by Population Statistic — 04/16/2007 @ 11:30:33 PM

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