Sign Petition

Preserving The Integrity of NCAA Division I Hockey

36 Signatures Goal: 100

We the undersigned believe that the introduction of shootouts as a method to determine the winners of NCAA Division I hockey games is an affront to the integrity of the sport. We say: A 65 minute sporting contest which ends in a tie is a valid result. It means that neither team deserved to win and neither team deserved to lose. Introducing a measure which utilizes a minor (albeit exciting) aspect of the competition directly threatens the integrity of the game we love. A one-on-one contest between a shooter and a goaltender is an event in the normal play of a game which occurs infrequently enough to make it wholly unrepresentative of the game. Using such an infrequent event as a representation of the whole contest is pure folly. We must therefore decry its inclusion in our game. We ask: That those entrusted to nurture our favorite sport through their administration give exceptional consideration (in light of our beliefs) when deciding the future of this potential change to the game we love.

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  • 6 years ago
    Al Haugen United States
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    Tim Lufkin United States
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    Steve United States
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    Stephanie C. Buck United States
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    erik carlson United States
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    Norm Silta United States
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    Jeff Yoder United States
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    Christopher Riley United States
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    Terrence Rood United States
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    Jason Sullivan United States
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    Michael Linehan United States
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    Chad D. Olson United States
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    Cole Garner United States
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    Chris United States
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    Bill & Dorothy Ojala United States
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