Little scoring, but lots of entertainment

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There have been so many complaints about scoring being down in the NHL and I have lost count of all the changes that have been made to try and boost the offense.

But, if I could see more games like the scoreless Edmonton/Vancouver game on Nov. 14th, I would be just fine with low scoring in the NHL. It was one of the most exciting and fast paced games I have seen in a long time.

Who says you need a lot of scoring to provide entertainment?

Robert Weber, Chesapeake, VA



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