BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) - The NHL general managers have wrapped up three days of meetings with a discussion about increasing video review in the game.
NHL vice president Colin Campbell mentioned that one concern regarding an increase in video review is that there is not a unified standard for video review. The number of cameras, and different camera angles available, varies throughout the franchise arenas.
The majority of the meetings this week focused on concern over head hits and the desire to decrease the risk of players getting concussions. There was no change of rules regarding head shots, but tighter enforcement of rules on charging and boarding were recommended.