Star GWS spearhead Jeremy Cameron hopes the AFL's new 6-6-6 rule will see the return of 100-goal seasons.
Cameron says the rule, dictating each team must start with six players in attack, midfield and defence for each centre bounce, will increase the number of one-on-one contests.
"I think it's a great rule personally," he said on Tuesday.
"I know the defenders would like one back there but it's great I think, for that period of time around the ball.
"If you've got guys on top you can isolate them on that defender ... and take that advantage."
Dubbed "the beast" rule, it is designed to allow for more open centre-bounce clearances.
Cameron hopes it will also reignite excitement for fans with a return to the kind of high-scoring games he remembers from his childhood.
"Growing up watching football, seeing someone edge and close the gap and close on 100 goals - the rule will help with that."
"Hopefully kick goals quicker," he added.
The last player to reach triple figures in the home and away season was Lance Franklin in 2008, with four of the past six Coleman Medal winners failing to reach the 70-goal mark.
Cameron led the Giants' goal-kicking outright in six of the club's first seven seasons in the AFL, and tied for the honour in the other.
The key forward says he has pulled up well after the opening-round clash against the Bombers on Sunday.
"I was a bit surprised, usually round one it's a bit unknown so to pull up really well, it's a bit surprising," he said.
Cameron kicked four goals as GWS won by 72 points and sent a humiliated Essendon packing.
After an injury-plagued 2017, and a five-game suspension from round 14 of 2018, behind him, Cameron says his return to peak form comes off the back of a strong pre-season.
The next challenge for the Giants is a road trip to Perth to take on West Coast, who began their premiership defence with a chastening 44-point loss to the much-improved Brisbane Lions.
"They weren't themselves on the weekend so we're expecting them to come out fired up," said Cameron.
"It's a good challenge and it's great to play the good teams early in the year."
Australian Associated Press