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10-26-2010, 07:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Timmer44 View Post
This is true.

Something similar that has always bothered me is that to negate a delayed penalty, you need to get possession of the puck. You can touch it but if it's deemed you didn't actually have possession or control, it doesn't matter. But, if a puck touches your left pant leg on the way into the net it counts as your goal.
Those two things are completely separate and unrelated. What if it was swapped and deflection goals didn't count, but a delayed penalty was blown dead on a blocked shot? It's just the way it is. No need to be bothered by it. The last player on the scoring team to touch the puck gets the goal. They can't all be coast to coast highlight reel goals.

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