7) Borrow the concept of team fouls from basketball. Each team will be allowed five minor infractions per period—hooking, holding, interference—before a player sits in the penalty box. If a player is fouled in the act of shooting, a penalty shot will be awarded. A player committing a violent foul—slashing, boarding, charging, roughing—will be sent to the penalty box, regardless of how many team fouls his side has.
8) Discourage, but not ban, fighting. Everyone knows hockey fights attract fans who might otherwise be watching Wrestlemania, and I, the commish, do not want to alienate loyal patrons. But fighting with skates on is dangerous. Those blades are as sharp as knives. So during my term any player who fights without first removing his skates will forfeit the use of his skates for the rest of the game.
9) Reduce the number of players a team can dress, from 18 skaters and two goalies to 16 and two. Fewer players will mean fewer goons trying to play after their skates have been confiscated.
10) Remove the Forever Tawny tanning machine that is sitting in the league's New York office. Mine will be a very different era from the prez's. I prefer to do my work from a hot tub.