Ok, I just had to get this out there because it seems so obvious to me. If the NHL wants to improve the quality of the games then there is one "rule change" that HAS to be done. Get rid of the coincidental minor penalty rule. Until the mid to late 1980's, when two players were called for a minor penalty at the same time, the two teams would play 4 on 4 for two minutes. This was changed in large part to teams like the 80's Edmonton Oilers who would kill teams 4 on 4 by putting the likes of Gretzky-Kurri out together with all the extra room. Under the current rules, when two players receive a minor penalty at the same time the teams remain at 5 on 5. By getting rid of this rule and going back to the way things used to be, skilled players would get the room they need and that everyone seems to love in 4 on 4 overtime. The other great thing about this is the integrity of the game will not be messed with since this was a rule for many years in the NHL. This is an obvious thing to me and I can't understand why no one has proposed it. Opinions?