I don't know the actual stats, hopefully someone can fill me in on this, the first penalty of the game is 50/50 meaning it could go to either team. Now, is the likelihood of the 2nd penalty of the game going to the same team? I would think the team who got the first penalty would get the power play in the game's 2nd penalty. If the odds are NOT 50/50 for penalty #2, is that something that bothers you from an integrity standpoint? I know you can write it off as "part of the game" and each team essentially "takes turns" getting power plays, but that give the games an air of being staged and none of us want to think these games are staged, even if its just perception. The standard of officiating gets higher and higher for a team who has had consecutive or 3 power plays in a row....it seems that refs are essentially "looking" to be fair and give the other guys a power play, but wouldn't the game be better if that wasn't the case? Is this a "Fair" system of officiating?