1. Reduce Rosters to 18.That's 3 forward lines, 2 lines of "D", 2 extra forwards, 1 extra D, and a backup goalie. In the new hockey news Phil Esposito suggests that 3rd and 4th line players can "sprint for 30 second shifts" and harass the star players. In his day guys took 2 minute shifts so the stars got to shine, the pests couldn't keep up. Real "checkers" like Bob Gainey were great players as well, not just velcro. Totally agree with Espo. 2. Fire Gary Bettman, and name Wayne Gretzky President of the NHL. Not Commissioner that's the title the little dick-taitor Bettman gave himself. Gretz would get a major TV contract...he made hockey popular in LA didn't he? 3. Move the Florida Panthers to Quebec and the Columbus Blue Jackets to Winnipeg. You don't need 2 teams in Florida or a team in Ohio. Never, ever move Buffalo or Pittsburgh anywhere...ever. 4. NO MORE EXPANSION, when Deron Quint makes 1 million because he is the best offensive defensemen available I would say the talent pool is alittle diluted. 5. After rosters are reduced allow those players to sign with the new "WHA" which should start with teams in Seattle, Portland Or., Victoria BC, Sacramento, Montana, & Columbus. Goalies need other good goalies to press them to play better, the NHL NEEDS a rival league to make it better. 6. No salary cap, players should be traded for players, not for salary reduction like in baseball. Reduce ticket prices across the board by 20%, and players salaries by 20%. AND LETS GET PLAYING AGAIN. 7. A good publication to promote the league. Someone tell The Hockey News to give out information again like they stopped doing in 1990 and not just their one line opinions. A nice complete magazine once a month filled with photos put out by the NHL. Promoting the games young stars (the future) like the NBA does (and with only 2% of their criminal record) and not a worship rag for overblown, pompus windbags like J.R. or Brett Hull, and drunks like Eddie Belfour. I'm talkin' Iginla, Richards, & Luongo here. That's it...it'll never happen but I had to get it out there.