I have thought of this many times. As far back as ten years ago I've played in online sim leagues where I've lobbied to get OT scoring removed from tiebreak aggregate, basically treat an OT win as a win by 0 points. Simple really, winning a game in OT is a closer game than a 1 point win in regulation.
For instance: this season there has been one OT game, Sask beat Ottawa 35-32. The game was tied at 32 after 60 mins. Sask has 375 points scored for and 424 points against for an aggregate of -49. But if it wasn't for the fact that they FAILED to beat Ottawa outright they would not have had the opportunity to gain those extra 3 points. So for the purposes of tiebreakers, the Riders should have 372 points for and an aggregate of -52. Because if those extra 3 points were juuuuust enough to eliminate (lets say Winnipeg) from the playoffs (won't happen this year but just suppose) why punish the Bombers because the Riders FAILED to get the job done in the alloted 60 mins?
When a hockey game ends 2-2 and one team outscores the other 3-1 in the shootout is the final score 5-3? Hell no! Same with soccer and penalty kicks.
I've also argued that regulation wins should outweigh OT wins in tiebreaks. If team A finishes 9-9 with all 9 wins in regulation and team B finishes 9-9 with 8 reg wins and 1 OT win, team A should win the tiebreak because they got the same job done without needing OT. Conversely if team C finishes 9-9 with one of their LOSSES in OT they should win tiebreak over team A and B because they took a little extra finishing off. They were tougher to beat.
I've been through these arguments LOTS in at least 2 sim leagues over the past 10 years.