Kevin Hayes is not especially concerned about the NHL’s crackdown against faceoff violations. But the Blueshirts’ center told The Post he does have an adjustment to make regarding the league’s decision to enforce the visor regulation to the letter of the law in an effort to advance player safety. Rule 9.7 of the NHL code...
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