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NEW YORK, N. Ryan Suter Wild Jersey .Y. - Repeat offenders for diving and their coaches will face harsher punishments as part of a series of rule changes the NHL announced. Under rules in effect for the upcoming season, a player will receive a warning for his offence, be fined US$2,000 for his second, $3,000 for his third, $4,000 for his fourth and $5,000 each for his fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth embellishment penalties. His coach will also get fined: $2,000 for the players fourth offence, $3,000 for his fifth, $4,000 for his sixth and $5,000 each for his seventh and eighth. The goal is to cut down on what general managers agreed at their March meeting was a league-wide epidemic of embellishment, with certain teams being more guilty than others. Other rule changes focus on overtime, shootouts, penalties, video review, faceoffs and the trapezoid behind the net. In an effort to cut down on shootouts, there will be a dry scrape of the ice before overtime, something that was previously done before shootouts. Teams will also change ends in overtime to play like the second period when its hard to make line changes from the defensive zone. In shootouts, coaches no longer have to submit a list of their first three shooters. Players are also no longer able to do a "spin-o-rama" on penalty shots or in a shootout, a particular change that caught the eye of Florida Panthers goaltender Roberto Luongo. "Can we keep the spin-o-rama and ban the shootout instead @nhl?" Luongo tweeted from his twitter account (@strombone1). On video review, the "Situation Room" now has "broader discretion" when it comes to deciding on goals. The hockey operations department can give referees more "guidance" on plays that include a blown whistle or intent to blow. Kicked-in goals will also have a more liberal definition as the league encourages more offence. Another effort in that area is keeping faceoffs in the offensive zone if a shot breaks the glass, goes off the side of the net and out of bounds, goes off the boards or glass and out, is tipped or deflected out by a teammate or gets stuck on top of or on the outside of the net. The trapezoid behind the net in which goaltenders can touch the puck will be expanded by two feet, something the NHL Players Association recommended to make it safer for defencemen. Faceoffs after icing calls will be different, too, as the NHL attempts to curb teams intentionally delaying the game to get extra rest. The player in the circle will be given a warning for his first violation, but instead of being replaced, the second will mean a minor penalty. As for penalties, two offences of clipping, charging, elbowing, interference, kneeing, head-butting or butt-ending with the stick will lead to a game misconduct. Tripping is also clarified to be a penalty if a player dives with his body, arm or shoulder to interfere with an opponent, even if he gets to the puck first. Moving hash marks on faceoff circles from three feet to five feet, seven inches apart will be experimented with in the pre-season before being voted on by the league and Players Association. Eric Staal Jersey .com) - Manu Ginobili capped off a 26-point night with a go-ahead layup with 24 seconds left in overtime, with the basket giving the San Antonio Spurs a much-needed 95-93 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans. Marcus Foligno Wild Jersey . Jeff Green and Jordan Crawford each scored 19 points, Bass added 15 points and had a game-saving block in the closing seconds Saturday, and the Celtics held on for a 103-100 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers. http://www.authenticwildpro.com/Marcus-foligno-wild-jersey/ . Case in point: LeBron James vs. Ben McLemore. James was driving to the rim in the first quarter and McLemore decided to try to take the charge, which was quite admirable and predictably futile.GLENDALE, Ariz. -- After withstanding an early flurry by the Phoenix Coyotes, the Anaheim Ducks cruised to a victory. Dustin Penner scored two goals as the Ducks handed the Phoenix Coyotes their first home loss in regulation this season, 4-2 Saturday night. Sami Vatanen had a power-play goal and Corey Perry also tallied for the Ducks in the win over the Coyotes, who were 9-0-2 this season at Jobing.com Arena. Anaheim is the last team to remain undefeated at home in regulation. "After we stopped them early, we started to play our game," said goalie Jonas Hiller. "It was good they didnt score and that gave us some confidence." Following a shutout at Tampa Bay on Friday night, Jonas Hiller earned his second straight victory and improved his season record to 9-3-2. In the two wins, Hiller stopped 73 of 75 shots. The Coyotes dominated play at the start but had nothing to show for it -- they outshot Anaheim 8-0 in the first five minutes. The Ducks first shot came 8 minutes in, when Andrew Coglianos shot bounced off goalie Mike Smith in the crease. Shane Doan scored on a tip-in with 4:20 remaining in the third. He also assisted on Mike Ribeiros second-period goal and has at least a point in each of his last eight games. The Ducks extended their record to 3-0 against Pacific Division rivals Phoenix. Two games remain between the teams this season. We talked about getting off to a good start," said captain Ryan Getzlaf, who picked up a point in his fourth straight game. "We have a great deal of depth on this team and guys stepped up during important points in the game." The Coyotes had 15 shotts on Hiller in the first, two short of their season high for a period. Luke Kunin Jersey. . But the Ducks scored first. On the power play, Penner positioned himself in front of Jeff Halpern and easily converted a pass from Nick Bonino from the right side into his fifth goal of the season at 11:11 of the period. Despite having the second-best home power-play percentage, the Coyotes were 0 for 3 with the man advantage in the opening period. The Ducks had an opportunity to increase their lead five minutes into the second but Smith stopped Emerson Etem on a penalty shot. Just over 2 minutes later, Ribeiro tied it 1-all when he poked in a rebound at 7:27 of the second. The Ducks then countered with two goals in less than 3 minutes. Penner scored his second of the night on a 2-on-1 break with a shot through Smiths pads at 8:03. Perry then beat Michael Stone in the slot and flipped a wrist shot behind Smith at 11:01. Vatanen converted a pass from Mathieu Perreault at 12:43 for his second goal of the season and a 4-1 lead. "Look at how they scored," Phoenix coach Dave Tippett said. "The first one was on a power play, the second and third on giveaways and the fourth on the power play. We lost battles in front of the net and along the wall. Weve been losing those battles lately and its a concern." NOTES: At the start of the third period, Thomas Greiss replaced Smith. . Coyotes Martin Hanzal left in the first period with a lower body injury and did not return. ... Perry appeared in his 600th NHL game. ... Coming into the game, the Coyotes and Ducks were tied for third in goals with 76. Chicago has 85, San Jose 77. ' ' '

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