Get used to it. The NHL is considering eliminating the redline [bonus points on that link for the girl in the cowboy hat in the left column] for purposes of allowing two-line passes. Suddenly every blueliner will think he's Paul Coffey and the game will slow to a snail's pace as bad pass after bad pass leads to icing after icing. Quite simply, most NHL defensemen do not have the skill needed to take advantage of such a rule change, but that won't stop them from trying.
The other thing that canning the redline will do is it will eliminate any forechecking and neutral zone pressure. Teams will lineup on their own blueline so as to not get burned by a long pass if they try to pressure the puck. The game will turn into dump-and-chase every time down ice, and that doesn't make for interesting hockey either.
Bottom line: keep the two-line pass. The game could use more speed and action, but eliminating the red-line isn't the way to do it.