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11-27-2008, 04:39 PM
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Originally Posted by lxzred View Post
I don't get your logic...
If the crossbar was perfectly aligned with the goal line then any puck you could clearly see pass the crossbar would be clearly a goal.
Rendering the angle useful.
The crossbar is larger than the goalline, thus hiding a little bit in front and behind the goalline. Plays that comes to cm of going in or not could not be judged from that angle. Matter of fact, on that goal that was rejected, we probably could not have seen the puck from that angle.

I did not create that **** up by myself, why you think everyone in the NHL does it, for the heck of it?

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