Could NHL overtime rules be changed? 

September, 10, 2013

Ken HollandDave Reginek/NHLI/Getty ImagesDetroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland has suggested three-on-three overtime sessions.
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. -- Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland isn't anti-shootout. He's just in favor of letting actual hockey decide games.

So during NHL GM meetings in the past, he's suggested that overtime sessions consist of five (or four) minutes of four-on-four, then five (or four) minutes of three-on-three. If the game is still tied, a shootout would determine the winner.