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04-12-2012, 12:11 PM
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Originally Posted by FlyersMania2 View Post
No mention of the missed icing call though? I mean say both of those whistles happened, though the outcome might be different it's not as though the missed icing whistle was less obvious.
There are 2 things about the missed icing call that, to me, make it not as bad as the non-offside:
  1. The closer linesman (opposite side of ice at Flyer blue line) waived it off. Not the best way to signal, but it's not as bad as if there was just the icing signal then not called.
  2. As the TSN panel said, you play until the whistle blows. Coburn touched the puck in a poor defensive position, and was therefore unable to battle for the puck.

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