I agree, no coaching:Just to clarify I read it right there is no coaching at all from either pits or spectator side?
The coin flip comes after having a draw, going into overtime and still having a drawYea the coin flip is pretty lame, thats really the only thing that's meh to me in the whole thing. The rest is basically the Mills rules.
In order to keep things running, extra OT points and 1v1s add time to schedules, Ideally, I'd like to see an OT point, if that results in a stalemate, then either 3 or 5 1V1s, like a penalty shoot-out, but that would add even more time! When scheduling you have to allow for stalemates and null points, or schedules will run hideously behind (think original CPPS!).I'd rather it go down to:
OT ends in a draw, most bodies alive wins, same amount of bodies? Furthest down the field wins. That's still a draw? 1v1 sudden death. Normal 1v1 rules apply. That'd add time, but it would be such an incredibly rare circumstance that I don't think it'd be a problem.
Plus if you let the German refs run things like they did in Puget, games were 3 hours ahead of schedule.