NHL and AHL numbers show 3-on-3 OT is only way to reduce shootouts

By Ken Campbell

Playing 3-on-3 would reduce the chances of seeing shootout beauties such as David Schlemko's winner against Tuukka Rask, but it would also reduce the marathon shootouts we've seen this season. And the numbers show 3-on-3, and not the NHL's half measures, are the only way to do it. More

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