Overtime or not?

That was the question when the Lords of Hockey convened at Manhattan’s Park Lane Hotel on December 11th, 1952. And it was an important issue; especially to teams in Boston, New York and Chicago.

It was special for me as well. I had been 10-years-old when OT was abolished and I very much wanted to see it again. We all had expected that it would have been revived with the end of World War II in 1945 but it didn’t happen. Frankly, I was a very frustrated hockey fan at the time and aware of the problems.

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