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GMs approve concepts for rule changes regarding player safety, offense
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George Parros, NHL senior vice president of player safety, said the League is the only one in the world that doesn't currently have a rule governing players losing their helmets in the flow of play. We'll figure out what that rule will look like, draft up some options and push it through the proper channels."Video: Waddell on changing overtime rules, Hurricanes seasonParros said the NHL is also looking into having a rule that would force players to wear their helmets during warmups, but the key now is to enforce one that would prevent players from putting themselves at risk in the game by playing without a helmet. It makes total sense."The GMs will also propose a rule that will allow the team starting a power play to choose which side of the ice they want to have the face-off. Video: Polie on improving player safety and making tweaks"When you get into a big game, it's important which side of the puck is going to be dropped on," NHL senior executive vice president of hockey operations Colin Campbell said. These things come to a head in the playoffs, in key games."Our guys were overwhelmingly in favor of this."The GMs were also in favor of recommending a rule change to keep the face-off in the end zone when a puck is shot out of play by an attacking player.

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