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The NHL general managers voted Tuesday in favor of changing the application of the offside rule to allow for players to be considered onside as long as one of their skates is above the vertical plane of the blue line regardless if it is in contact with the ice. The GMs will diy sports iron on transfersput a recommendation to the NHL/NHLPA Competition Committee to permit for the Calgary Flames diy decal stickermore liberal interpretation of the rule, hoping the change will lead to fewer coach's challenges for offside and more goals allowed to stay on the board. 

If approved by the Competition Committee, the change then must be approved by the NHL Board of Governors before it could become official as soon as next season. The NHL reported that 18 coach's challenges through 1,015 games played this season have been for skate in the air plays, and of those 14 led to goals being removed. There were 26 skate in the air challenges through 1,015 games last season leading to 16 goals removed. This is a change in opinion for the general managers, who have been debating the merits of this change in the offside rule for four years. They previously did not want to make the change because they worried about skates being up in the air and resulting in player safety concerns, and they thought it would make it tougher for linesmen to determine Soccer Iron On Transfersif the skate was onside whether or not it was touching the ice or in the air. However, King said the linesmen he has spoken with stated it would be easier for them to determine if the skate is usually above the blue line rather than determining if a piece of the blade was still in touch with the ice before it completely crossed the leading edge of the blue line.

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